BA Swallow (oz9360)
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BA Swallow. Free flight scale power model, for .5cc motor.
Quote: "THE ancestry of the Swallow II can be traced back to the German Klemm L.25, several of which were imported into this country during 1930-31. In 1933 the type was manufactured over here by the British Klemm Aeroplane Co Ltd of Feltham, the forerunners of the British Aircraft Manufacturing Co Ltd.
The final version produced in 1935 proved extremely popular in civil aviation and by September 1939 over 150 machines had been registered in this country alone. A number were privately owned, but the majority belonged to various schools and clubs.
Building Instructions: Lay plan side view over 1/32 in sheet and trace through the complete flat side view including slots for C/S, LE and spars. Repeat for other side of the fuselage. Cut out F12 and glue into position on side sheets then install all uprights
Prop up sides over plan view and install cross pieces, remove from plan, cut out and cement all formers with the exception of F1. Cut to length, drill for engine bolts and install engine bearers..."
Published in Aeromodeller Annual 1954.
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Article pages, thanks to Mary at https://rclibrary.co.uk/title_details.asp?ID=1787
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by John Coasby
from Aeromodeller Annual (ref:FSP-560)
Scale IC F/F LowWing Civil
all formers complete :)
got article :)
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