Jumping Jiminy (oz4159)

 

Jumping Jiminy (oz4159) by Ron Moulton from Aeromodeller Annual 1952 - plan thumbnail

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Jumping Jiminy. Free flight Autogyro.

Quote: "Finally from the Aeromodeller Annual we have the Jumping Jiminy, a really nice looking designed by Ron Moulton. This design was influenced by the Ro-dart, which has been shown on this thread and is also available through the Outerzone web, and an effort to improve performance. The article does go into some detail about autogyro flight design and performance. This particular plane was designed around the Dart 0.5cc diesel. As with all my drawings please take care using them and if you notice any anomalies please let me know."

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