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Aeromodeller April 1946

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Aeromodeller April 1946




Highlights of this issue

The Bobcat Control Liner with Plan – Designed by GW Worthington, one of the best vintage control line model at the time

Elementary Aerodynamic Desigh for Sailplanes Part 4

American Post War Plans for Aviation – facinating insite. Like authorising the manufacture of model aircraft engines which during the was was very restricted due to use of material for the war effort.

AVRO XIX Civil Airliner

Gadget Review – Yes Gadgets were cool on the 40’s too

The Model Aero Engine Ignition System by LA Walker

DeHavilland Vampire – Full size review

Classified Ads – I wonder how many of these companies are still going today


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Aeromodeller May 1945

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Aeromodeller July 1945

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Aeromodeller June 1945

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Aeromodeller August 1945

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Aeromodeller Jan1948

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The highlights of this issue as far as I can see are:

  • Plan of the EROS designed by J.W.Coasby and also the GH27b  by GWW Harris which I’m sure someone will blow up and have a go at building the model.  Hopefully someone will post images of their builds
  • Some really interesting articles on indoor free flight & aerodynamic design
  • At the time with Europe primarily using Diesel Engines there’s an interesting section on page 128 detailing the rise of glow engines in the US
  • The Western Wyvern TF Mk 1 is looked at on Page 134
  • Finally the last page an ad for Keil Kraft kits which in various guises are still available today