Lange-3 (oz10323)


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Lange 3. Twin Pusher. Rubber competition model.

Quote: "Lange Twin Pusher. Winner 1st Mulvihill Trophy, St Louis, MO 3rd Oct 1923 [see more pics 003 & 004]. 4 min 22-4/5 sec. EDW Lange IMAC. First ten places won by IMAC no other competition existed. The design reflects the high point of modelling of the day. Old Timer Models, 1972 (ref 130). From drg by W Brook, IMAC."

Scan from DBHL, cleanup by theshadow.

ref DBHL-5883.

Direct submission to Outerzone.

Update 09/08/2018: added chapter on this model from 'Building & Flying Model Aircraft' by Paul Edward Garber, thanks to Pit.

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Correct name is Lange-3, designed by Edward Lange of I.M.A.C ( Illinois Aero Club of Chicago) an organization founded in 1912.
Pit - 08/08/2018
Got it, thanks Pit.
SteveWMD - 08/08/2018
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