Stahlwerk R-IIIb (oz2408)
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Stahlwerk R-IIIb. Scale rubber model, built around some handmade Fulton Hungerford spoked wheels. The Stahlwerk R-IIIb at 15in span. A Polish homebuilt from the 1920s.
Quote: "I built this model in 1988 and gave it to a friend before leaving to move to Singapore. A few months ago he came to visit me and brought the model back - it had been sitting on his bookshelf all that time. I recovered it and have attached a photo. The text is worth reading for Walt's unique method of tightening the monofilament rigging. After installing the lines, he holds the model over the kitchen stove, and the heat shrinks them, hopefully without igniting the airplane! I've never heard of that one before". Direct Submission to Outerzone.
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