Halton HAC-2 Minus (oz11457)
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1928 Halton HAC-2 Minus (Bristol Cherub Engine). Free flight scale model for rubber power.
Quote: "The Halton HAC-2 was originally constructed as a biplane. To increase speed, for racing purposes, the lower wing was removed. Henceforth the craft was called the 'Minus'. With its tiny 35 HP Bristol Cherub engine, it was able to achieve a speed of 80+ mph."
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Halton HAC-2 Minus
by Tom Nallen
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