AeroModeller 1941/01 January (RCL#1569)

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"It is probably widely known that satisfactory fillets can be made from chewing-gum, though personally I prefer plastic wood; but realistic wheels for small models may also be made from it. The resulting wheel has a 'rubber' finish."

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AeroModeller 1941/01 January
D.A. Russell (Ed.)
Model Aeronautical Press Ltd., Leicester
January  1941
Magazine, 67 pages

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Vol. VI, No. 62

Langley's Early Plane Models
Gadget Review
Model Aviation In 1950
The Mechanics Of Gas Engines
Contra-Prop Gearbox
Retracting Undercarriage
Build the "Courier"
Designing for Duration
Aerodynamic Formulae, 3
Crash-Proof Wing Fixing
Automatic Retractable Undercarriages
Designs for the Scale Model Builder XII
Build a Half-Inch Scale Flying Model of the Blackburn "Roc"
A 3cc Petrol Engine
The Uses of Chewing Gum in Solid Modelling
Why Not a Spot of Pole Flying?
Amos Breaks a Record
SMAE Report
Club News

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