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Concord. Simple all-sheet delta pusher model, for Cox .020 power.
Quote: "WHEN WE SAW this futuristic delta flying at the 1964 South Midlands Area Rally, we tracked down the flyer and are pleased to be able to publish full size drawings for quite a remarkable little model. A Cox 'Pee Wee' engine was used on the prototype, set at an angle. This engine is most convenient because of its reed induction, which allows it to run in a clockwise direction, and thus does not need a special pusher propeller which is otherwise necessary for any rotary valve engine. Being all sheet construction, it is very tough and will withstand many a hard knock, although in fact, it is a docile model, having inherent stability. No claim is made for it to be a true scale model. The shape of the real Concord has yet to be defined, so we will ignore the curly tips and changes of nose profile for the sake of simplicity. Here is a Concord that you can make to fly in 1965 and thus be well in advance of the Anglo-French supersonic jet-liner project..."
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