Conqueror (oz10208)


Conqueror (oz10208) by JW Kenworthy 1933 - plan thumbnail

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Conqueror. Rubber competition model. Wakefield winner, 1933.

Quote: "J W Kenworthy was declared the 1933 Wakefield Cup Champion. Kenworthy flew a beautiful aeromodel, which had high aspect tapered wings and tail, all balsa wood, weighing 2.8 oz total. Kenworthy had the longest flight of 5 minutes, 21 seconds, OOS, breaking the GB record for longest flight ROG. A Willis was second, and Gordon S Light's aeromodel flown proxy by J Pelly-Fry was tied for second, with a 2 minute, 23.2 second flight." - see for more Wakefield Cup history.

Scan from DBHL, cleanup by theshadow.

ref DBHL-5567.

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