Arrow Model F - Rubber scale model.
Quote: "With Wheels Or Pontoons. A Flying Scale Model of the Arrow Sport Plane The Arrow Model F by Alan D. Booton ...This month, Air Trails presents the Arrow Model F. The Arrow, powered with a converted Ford V-8 engine rated at 82 h.p. at 3,075 r.p.m., climbs 500 ft. per min., does 90 m.p.h. full out, cruises at 85 m.p.h., and lands at 45 m.p.h. with flaps down or 48 m.p.h. without flaps. The model is of conventional design and is very easy to build. After the model was tested and the stolid stability noted, the author decided to include the scientific float design for the readers' benefit."
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