Able Gull - Control line team racer model.
Article quote: - "As an advocate of all-metal Team Racers for several years, Granger Williams decided to build a Team Racer of wood for a change, in order not to get into a construction rut. He wanted an aeroplane that was small, light, fast, maneouverable and with the clean lines of a racer. All of these requirements were realised in Able Gull, so named because of its gull wings and ability to live up to its designer's needs..."
Quote: - "Hi Steve and Mary ...more for the library: Able Gull - 22in span biplane class 'B' control line team racer by Granger Williams. Published in Aeromodeller April 1963. Regards, stormin."
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