Marklo Posted October 4, 2021 Share Posted October 4, 2021 I know I shouldn’t be starting any more projects but as I’m almost back in check on my various builds and I really wanted to get this one in to the high wing GB and it will be a relatively straightforward build I thought I’d press on with it. Built as a prototype scout in 1917 i think the key design was to position the upper wing to maximise the pilots view. I think it looks as if it were startled The first step was to scale the plans. Unfortunately no record exists of the actual size of the aircraft, it was powered by a clerget engine, so I’m scaling it on the basis of the diameter of the cowling on other clerget powered machines. The spares box has supplied a cowl that with a little remedial work will fit the bill, so the next step is to start cutting out some blanks and fabricating the fuselage. 3 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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