Two Ber. Unlimited / Wakefield rubber competition model.
Quote: "If you are already a proficient model builder and crack up gas jobs the way I do, then try building a rubber one for a change. (You experts need read no further.) I build all types, but have so much success with the Two-Ber that I can almost always count on being in contention in a rubber event. The Two-Ber now holds the open and senior records in Unlimited Rubber. Ronnie Young flew the Wakefield ship to a senior Unlimited record - his first rubber job.
I wanted a simple Wakefield ship with a minimum of gimmicks and developed the first Two-Ber with a dual-pin position for various motors. This ship qualified for the Wakefield elims the last two years and was high time in the 1961 qualification trials at Sepulveda, California. I realized that too many of the rubber ships flown in the Unlimited event are overpowered Wakefields. The Unlimited rules allow up to 300 square inches of wing area, so why not help that glide? I added sixty more square inches to the wing in the center, a little larger stab, used light materials, more power, and a larger prop for a better prop-power combination - and wow, what a difference! It climbs fast and steep for forty-five - fifty seconds, and outfloats the Wakefield by far... "
Two Ber, MAN, October 1963.
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