This pretty biplane of which the Shuttleworth Collections example is the only survivor of the original three aircraft, has several features which make it attractive as a model subject. Apart from been a well-proportioned swept wing biplane of unequal span - which makes it unusual to say the least - it has constant chord wings of quite thick section for this era, an upright engine and most interesting of all, Parnell's strut based wings which almost eliminate troublesome wires and makes the model very easy to assemble. The wings are transported as complete assemblies and fit to the fuselage by two wire pins each side, the wings can however be easily dismantled when required.
75 inch span (1:5 scale) for 75-90 4 strokes.
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