Cloud Copter D-2 (oz6625)
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Cloud Copter D-2. half-A gas free flight helicopter by Roy Clough, 26 in dia rotor, kitted by Berkeley.
Quote: "The Cloud Copter D-2 was designed for Berkeley by Roy L Clough Jr who is considered as the authority on model helicopters. Mr Clough has built dozens of sucessful model helicopters. This model is the simplest of all his designs. In addition, Berkeley has further simplified the design and building by incorporating newly designed fittings and rotor mast."
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BigRon Harris - 08/12/2020
The link to modelresearchlabs site? It has clearly moved. That happens a lot. But we will not be editing/removing that link, because what we are doing here is recording the facts of when and where the plan was found. In 2015. If you want to view the old page, use the Wayback machine. If you just want the plan, use the download links on this page.
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