We first featured Ian Turney-White’s impressive WW I biplane a few years ago in Model Airplane News, and we were thrilled to see it fly in a recent video shot at a Large Model Association meet at in Elvington, England. Powered by a 425cc JPX engine, the 19-foot-span scratch-built model weighs in at 195 pounds. In addition to highlighting its great flight characteristics, this video by Dean and Pete Coxon shows a lot of the plane’s scale details. Enjoy!
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