Belle Air - Free flight rubber cabin model.
Quote: - "This model has erved me well, through several rubber motors and breaks with only minor damage. Sadly I have now lost both the prototype and the final version. The latter model, as per plan, made a last flight of the day with max turns on an old motor, the prop was s shop plastic affair. The climb was vertical to the low cloud base, flattening out and circling in wide right hand circles till it was a dot. Like a good champagne bottle it was non-returnable..."
Scan from DBHL, cleanup by theshadow.
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Update 14/08/2017: added article, thanks to Pit.
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