Ghana - Radio control slope soarer.
Quote: "DESIGNED for single channel operation but easily adaptable for multi, reed or proportional. A complete set of materials for this model is available from Complete-A-Pac, of Earlston - see advertisement for details...
Not, perhaps, a model for the absolute beginner, Ghana is a high-speed soarer designed for the really strong winds experienced up in the North-east of England. If you have had trouble keeping that lightly loaded model from disappearing backwards over the ridge - only to be found later as a heap of wreckage on the other side - then it's time to build yourself a Ghana.
Fuselage: Pin the 3/16in sheet balsa fuselage sides cut to the thick outlines onto the plan, cementing the two parts of each side together as indicated. Next build up the crash-resistant nose section. With the 1/4in ply keel piece, F5 as a basis, slot F9 and F10 into position..."
Ghana, Radio Modeller, July 1967.
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