[WWI] Air Dept Scout

Steve Cox steve at oldglebe.freeserve.co.uk
Wed Aug 4 08:20:52 EDT 2004


on 3/8/04 3:34 pm, Eduard Werner at edi.werner at gmx.de wrote:

> Wutoru 03 awgusta 200416:38, Diego Ferneti pisaše:
>> Edi!
>> 
>>> after a long glance at the marvelous models I was especially fascinated
>>> by Karen's Air dept scout. I've only seen one photograph of that bird in
>>> Lamberton's book. I guess it would make a great peanut or R/C model. Does
>>> anyone have pictures, 3-views and technical data of the Air Dept Scout?
>> 
>> It's called AD sparrow!
>> There is an article in a very old Windsock datafile, including drawings. I
>> saw a few pictures of this machine and also of the internal structure.
>> About flying... I doubt that this would be an easy model!
> 
> Neither do I, but I'd love the challenge. I'm sure already building it would
> show up a lot of problems. What are these Windsock datafiles? Maybe you could
> mail me the pictures?
> 
> Cheers
> 
> Edi
> 
If you think flying it won't be easy the landing will be even worse. The
undercarriage is extremely narrow. The original design conept used only one
wheel.
Remember to video the first flight so we can all see.
regards
Steve
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