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AeroModeller Annual 1963-64
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"Until now there have been comparatively few new constructional systems used in model aeroplanes. Expanded polystyrene, however, is rapidly becoming an interesting additional modellers' material."

AeroModeller Annual 1963-64
AeroModeller Annual
D.J. Laidlaw-Dickson & R.G. Moulton (Eds.)
Model Aeronautical Press Ltd., Watford, Herts
1963
Book, 83 pages

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"A review of the year's aeromodelling throughout the world in theory and practice; together with useful data, contest results and authoritative articles, produced by staff and contributors of the AEROMODELLER"

Contents

INTRODUCTION
EXPANDED POLYSTYRENE CONSTRUCTION
AURORA: All-sheet Wakefield by Bob Hatschek, U.S.A.
LAIKA: Contest Power Trainer in two sizes, U.S.S.R.
CONSTIPADO: Coupe d'Hiver by E. Gouverne, France
CMELAK: R/C Sports Power for rudder only, Kubala, Czechoslovakia
MISS DIANE: 1/2A Combat Winner, C. R. Sackett, Canada
ROCKET DELTA: for Jetex 150/200 by Larry Conover, U.S.A.
K-5: R/C Glider by Werner Thies, Germany
GLADIATOR: A/2 Sailplane by F. Carucci, Italy
ALL-SHEET A/1 by L. Szucs, Nuremberg, Germany
CHAMPION V.66: A/1 O.Vitasek, Czechoslovakia
CHAMPION GERMAN A/1: G4 by F. Griepenurg, Germany
CHAMPION A/2 OF FRANCE by J. C. Graditzky, Haute Savoie
KITS VERSUS CONTEST DESIGNS
LE PETIT ANDRE: Lightweight Rubber Helicopter, F. Boreham
PENDENT III: A/2 by John Wordin, U.S.A.
WHICH WAY FOR "UP" - Switch-blade Aircraft Review
READY-MADE COVERING - MELINEX
HI-FI: Belgian Champion Team Racer by R. Leloup
SHOW-OFF: R.O.W. Power for .15 and .23 by Ron St. Jean
KNOW YOUR "DRY" BATTERY - Most Valuable Summary ever
KISKOCSAG: A/1 Sailplane from Hungary
LIGHTWEIGHT RADIO CONTROL
SCHOOLBOY: Lightweight R/C by Ken Willard, U.S.A.
SQUARE HARE: Simple R/C by Galloping Ghost, Northrop, U.S.A.
SKY BARON: Rudder only R/C, R. Poppe, Belgium
CAPRI: Pusher Powered Flying Wing, S. Kubit, Poland
SKYLARK: Stunt Control Line for .35, J. Pailet, U.S.A.
HOPPER: F.A.I. Power, Ken Groves, Canada
UNNECESSARY WEIGHT
MORAVA 200: Twin-engined Flying Scale C/L, H. Schmidt, Germany,
MORAVA 200: 1/72 scale drawing 3-view G.A.
JET TRAINER by D. Kennedy, New Zealand
OLYMPIC MK. VI: Stunt Control Line, R. C. Gialdini, U.S.A.
SIMPLE SAM: 1/2A Contest Power - Bill Dunwoody, U.S.A.
GLOW PLUG, GLOW!
DORMOY BATHTUB: F/F Scale Power by Walt Mooney, U.S.A.,
TALON ZEPHYR: R/C Pylon Racer - W. Smith and R. Baldwin, U.S.A.
BIG BOY II: Power - V. Horcicka, Austria.
WIRE BENDING AND FORMING
WAKEFIELD CHAMPION OF ITALY - Dino Pelizza
GLOBE TROTTER: A/2 Champion of France - Lucien Braire
FALCO: 2 1/2 c.c. Combat - Mario Crespi, Italy
SUPER XX: French Power Champ - Claude Zimmer
JOTTU: A/1 Sailplane by MarkkU Tahkpaa, Finland
NORDIC A/2 by Dick Colonna, U.S.A.
1962 WAKEFIELD by Auky Faykun, U.S.A.
SOARCERER: A/2 by D. Thompson, U.S.A
BASIC FACTS ABOUT AIRFOIL SECTIONS


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