Quote: "Designed by Ray Booth this is an accurate 36 inch wingspan scale model for 0.75 to 1.5 cc engines (get the Mills out lads). The article gives a detailed description of the heritage of the original and mentions it's success in the Lympne Air Trails of 1928. In fact it really is a pretty little model and I would love to see photo's of one that someone had built (or maybe I wait until I'll retire then I can build one to escape from the rubbish on the soap box).
As always if you do decide to build from my plans take care and ensure you measure well before cutting." This is a modern redrawn plan in PDFvector format.
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