Morgan Wakefield (oz11204)


Morgan Wakefield (oz11204) by Richard Morgan from Popular science 1940 - plan thumbnail

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Morgan Wakefield. Rubber competition model.

Quote: "Richard Morgan's (Canadian) Wakefield rubber model, Popular science 1940. Later kitted by Easybuilt Model Aeroplane Co of Toronto, CA.
I scanned this from the Flightmasters Newsletter."

Scan from dfritzke, cleanup by rchopper56.

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Update 30/05/2019: Many thanks to JeffMac for identification on this one: This is a duplicate of the Fred Bowers Wakefield design, published June 1940 Popular Science, see Bowers Wakefield (oz2565).

Will tidy this up later. We have three versions of this plan now. Three is at least one too many :)


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  • (oz11204)
    Morgan Wakefield
    by Richard Morgan
    from Popular science
    June 1940 
    48in span
    Rubber F/F
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 21/05/2019
    Filesize: 546KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: dfritzke, rchopper56

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