Martin MO-1 - Control line model. Class I Navy Carrier, 1921 vintage.
Quote: -"ONE of the most rewarding aspects of this hobby is the designing of a model and then following through with the building, perfecting, flying, and winning with this aircraft. I tremendously enjoy flying in competition and am always looking for something different, something original that I can call my own.
While going through the books in a library 400 miles from home, I found the first bit of information which led to the design of this model. The book, ?Air- planes of the World ? 1490-1962? by Doug Rolfe and, of all people. Bill Winter, showed a small drawing of the plane, and gave the information that the MO-1, de- signed in 1921 as a shipboard observation plane, was the first all-metal plane de- signed and built in the United States. The word ?shipboard" was all the incentive that I needed."
Scan from dfritzke, cleanup by rchopper56.
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Article pages, thanks to hlsat, from scans by Pit.
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