Divider (MkI and MkII) - RC sport stunt model.
Quote: "The Divider, as the name implies, divides the big airplanes from the small ones. This is a small sport-stunt ship using the miniature proportional equipment, and it is capable of doing the full stunt pattern. You have to see it fly to believe it ...The Divider has a 41-1/2in wing span and the wing area is about 349 sq in. The first model was built as a tail dragger, and the second has tri-gear, prop spinner, and a moulded canopy for those who like the modern look... " Hi Steve - Here is Lou Weihs' Divider from RCM magazine issue 12-74. Model # pl-581.
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