Double Duty Skylark (oz4320)


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Double Duty Skylark. Free flight or tether control model.

Quote: "Here's the Double Duty Skylark, a 32 inch model by Charles H. Grant that I scanned from the July 1951 Air Trails. It's touted as a ff/ukie/tether job, but it sure looks like a power ff to me. That cutaway drawing really impresses me. I'd have liked to see how it was done. No CAD back then. I wonder how much is constructed and how much is TLA? (i.e. that looks about right). The cutaway drawing is a remarkable contrast to the incredibly sloppy illustration for "Russia - Colossus of the Air Part III" that appears earlier in the issue. But that's propaganda and the Skylark is art. "


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