Aries III (oz11062)


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Aries III. Wakefield competition model.

Quote: "Aries III, 1948 Wakefield by Roy Clements, Luton & District MAS.

Roy Clement's original notes state: Rubber motor was 12 strands 1/4 in Dunlop x 48 in long. This was changed to 14 strands x 43 in long x 3-1/2 oz lubricated. The prop was usually 18 in dia, 17in dia was used as well. The fuselage was black Modelspan, wings and tail white. Jap tissue with black tips, two cotas of 60/40 dope/thinners. The second coat containing some castor oil and banana oil. Finished weights were fuselage 1-3/8 oz, wing 1-1/8 oz, tailplane and fin (with fixing bands) 1/2 oz, undercarriage 9/16 oz, prop assy 1-1/16 oz, motor 3-1/2 oz. Total 8-1/8 oz.

Roy Clement was a member of the 1949 Wakefield Team. This plan was drawn from Roy's original 1948 drawing, by Terry Rose, October 1987."

Scan from DBHL, cleanup by theshadow.

ref DBHL-5434.

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  • (oz11062)
    Aries III
    by Roy Clements
    46in span
    Rubber F/F
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 28/03/2019
    Filesize: 383KB
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    Credit*: DBHL, theshadow
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