Dec 2015 No.193
Just for starters
6 RYAN PT-22 ‘RECRUIT’ PART 3
Concluding the construction of an electric powered, 52” span sport scale model designed by Peter Rake and built by Pat Lynch.
12 BLOHM & VOSS BV141
A 1:5.5 scale, 108” span asymmetrical model of a unique Luftwaffe WW2 aircraft, for 40-50cc petrol power. A satisfying and unusual ‘large scale’ project designed by KEN SHEPPARD
21 BV 141 SCALE DRAWING
1:80 general arrangement three-view
22 SEEING IS BELIEVING!
See how Ken Sheppard’s Blohm und Voss Bv 141 flies!
24 BV141 TYPE HISTORY
It seemed to break all the rules of aeronautics, but it was in fact an entirely workable answer to the task for which it was designed. Only the unavailability of the specified engine prevented its introduction into front-line service.
28 MASTER MODELS:
armstrong whitworth fk 10
Twice a Bipe, more than a Tripe! Alex Whittaker admires Tim Hooper’s mightily impressive four-winger
34 Armstrong Whitworth FK 10
1:40 fine-line three-views
36 A.W. FK 10 TYPE HISTORY
A look at one of the most extreme examples of the constant attempts, during the WW1 period, to provide aircrew with a fighter that gave the practical parameters they needed in
combat – but which was an extreme too far
38 FEATHER number two!
Gordon Whitehead describes the techniques to service an engine-out emergency on a multi-engine scale model
44 subjcts for scale: AUSTER J-5
In the immediate post-WW2 years and into the mid-1950s, ‘Auster’ was the almost universal collective term used for the British light and private flying machine. This one is, perhaps, the most attractive of the line
48 AUSTER J-5 SCALE DRAWING
1:50 fine-line three views
New products for scale modellers
52 scale from scratch
PART 10: Flying the Dornier Do.335!
56 free flight scale nationals
Alex Whittaker enjoys two bonus evenings of F/F fun at the
60 the QUIET ZONE
Peter Rake presents fee size plans for a micro-model Martin