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(...) [To make the Blizzard] My first step was to adapt a version of my HI-Tee and Executioner open power models from the 60's. I rescaled them to 36 inches projected and this is what I came up with....
(...) [To make the Blizzard] My first step was to adapt a version of my HI-Tee and Executioner open power models from the 60's. I rescaled them to 36 inches projected and this is what I came up with. The fuselage is of 1/16" triangular section with carbon longerons. The wings are based on the Hi-Tee planform with Executioner semi Geodetic structure.
Hardware is coming from Hobby King (various Escs motors and batteries).
Fuselage is complete but I left it with a bit of nose overlength to...
Windy Joe was designed by Bill Winter for the April 1952 Model Airplane News Magazine. It has a 54-inch wingspan with a relatively thin airfoil which allows a gentle flight with a.09 glow engine. When powered with a .15 glow engine the author of the article (see attached) claims it's a competent flying RC airplane for the advanced flyer. Speaking about the article that's attached I apologize for the photography as it appears that this article has been scanned the copied and reproduced countless...
One One One is a competition free flight "Wakefield" model, designed in the early 1950s by Austin Hofmeister. In his hands, the model performed quite well in US FAI F3B team trials, earning a trip to FiFAInland to compete in the 1952 FAI Free Flight World Championships. The model sports a most unusual technical feature, a gearbox to handle the torque of dual rubber motors, that worked well with the F3B motor limits of that time. The model would be a good sport free flight model if...