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Hi,THis looks awfully like an HP42/45 and if it is, and you are in the midst of a build project it might be well worth contacting Team Merlin who are or will be building a full size one and have pretty well completed the historical accumulation and compilation of documents and plans. Their website is Team Merlin - MenuContact the team leader on: firstname.lastname@example.orgOr one of the rest our team will be ready to helpwith your enquiry on: email@example.comJames
Oh nooooo! Not more delays for the 262 I hope
Hi Ian,As well as being an Axis warbird freak, I love 1920-1930's air liners. Now I know, hidden in my Mum's loft a book about this one. I will have to find a reason to go to the farm and dig it out.Phil Gould.
guys, you must watch bbc4 on saturday 7th feb at 8pm.. high flyers, how britain took to the air...... insight into the golden age of air travel during the 1920s and 1930s
I assume no chokes, points and condenser behind the flywheels unless the latter 22's changed? I'm running one (purchased in the 80's new £249) on a 15 X 8, tried a 16 X 6 but found it had less pull. What props are you going to use on that monster?
Was this enlarged from the Ken Williams plan?If so i new him great modeler. built everything from scratch, a real master. He built many designs but would never publish them, far to medest i think. ! The HP $" was the onley one that ended up being available as a plan. Unfortunatly a unknowen master of modeling who is no longer with us.If it was or was not his design, it looks really good ian!!
A Big one of these flew at our last couple of fly-in'sBy the looks about the same size - I think he had glows in origionaly but now gone to crrc pro 26's Bit of a beast to be fair - but seemed to fly on 2 3 or 4 engines....Dont think he ever got down to 1 though..Chris
You hoped for Cosford is that still a possibility.Simon