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Rohma. Radio control cabin model. For 3.5cc power. Aeromodeller April 1954.
Quote: "TWO years continuous flying through all weathers has proved the 'Rohma' as a tough sport radio model of the first order. Rough landings in ploughed fields have been taken in its stride and a spiral dive into hard earth under full power did not incur even as much as a tear in the tissue covering. In the only contest entered, the Northern Heights Gala Spot landing Competition, it placed a good third under fairly windy and poor conditions. Using a 3.5 cc engine, it is fast, though lightly loaded (13 02. sq/ft) and will penetrate any moderately strong wind. Though fast, it is not in the ''guided missile" class, and is perfectly safe to fly even tor a beginner in Radio Control. It can be put in any position even near the deck with excellent recovery, especially if one assists by keying the transmitter at the right time. As a cyclist, Sid Miller had to consider the convenience of packing, so the model was constructed in units. Every part fits easily into a box 42in x 9in x 9in, including meter, fuel, repair requirements and all the other odds and ends..."
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by S Miller
IC R/C Cabin
all formers complete :)
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