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MIKE ROACH’S SOPWITH AVIATION COMPANY

 

Bristol Scout

My favourite among all the "other" aircraft of the period.  The model was built to be a light as possible (6oz for a 30" span model) and was slightly fragile, especially after it attacked the rope round the local cricket pitch one morning!  It was a fine flier and I very strongly recommend it to any modeller. There are some excellent plans of IC versions (easily converted to electric power) in the FSM plans list

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