Bristol M1D (oz2991)

 

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Bristol M1D - Scale rubber model racer.

Quote: "...a very nice scale rubber model of the Twenties racer the Bristol M1D from Bill Dennis. This has long been a popular scale subject and the M.1D version was powered by a Bristol Lucifer engine saving the making of an enormous spinner and giving the opportunity to add a little bling up front. Bill designed it for rubber but suggests it would also be very suitable for CO2 power with useful weight savings to be made."

Update 22/06/2016: Added alternate scan, thanks to MikeWight.

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Alternative scan, not stitched, in greyscale.

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Here are a couple more photos of another model, this time the Bristol M1D by Bill Dennis from Aeromodeller, oz number oz2991 [more pics 005-008]. A bit of a change here, I built this model as the WW I Fighter that it was to start with, not as the later racing version, mainly to try out some coloured tissue I had recently bought that I thought may look the part. It turned out to be one of the nicest models to build, cover and fly. Eventually of course, the tissue started to deteriorate so I sold the model along with the proviso that they re-covered it!
John&Kath_French - 11/02/2019
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