The Champ - F. Lajeunesse 45 inch wingspan FF power model from Model Aircraft May 1947. Plan produced by kind permission of J Guillemard. For diesel engines from 1.2 to 2.8 cc.
Quote: - "This machine has established a sound reputation as a first-class contest model by its consistent performance during the eliminating trials and by winning the finals of the French Championship Contest in 1946 and it gave confirmation of its abilities during its visit to England on the occasion of the International Week, held at Eaton Bray. While it has a semi-scale appearance, its performance is of a high order and it has shown itself capable of holding its own with the more extreme designs. It has been designed to employ diesel engines of from 1.25 cc to 3 cc and it is therefore particularly suited to the Mills, ED, Majesco and similar engines..."
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