Streamlined Cyclone (oz15319)


Streamlined Cyclone (oz15319) by Bob Jeffery 1938 - plan thumbnail

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Streamlined Cyclone. Free flight power model. Wingspan 82 in, wing area 800 sq in.

Note the Streamlined Cyclone was first published in the Zaic 1938 Yearbook (pp 145). This here is a later drawing.

Update 29/5/2024: Added later article thanks to Pit. This is part of a biography of Ninetto Ridenti, and includes some excellent pics of his Streamlined Cyclone.

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Article Ridenti.


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Streamlined Cyclone (oz15319) by Bob Jeffery 1938 - model pic


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Photo of Streamlined Cyclone by Bob Jeffery. OS40FS engine, 81in span [main pic].
Trevor Boundy - 29/05/2024
Attached some photos of the Streamlined Cyclone taken by me at a contest [pics 003-007].
Pit - 29/05/2024
During a visit to Ninetto’s apartment (laboratory) I had the opportunity to see the Cyclone in person.
TomRyan - 29/05/2024
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