Model airplane engines

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Make your own balsa 'plane instructions (or print out and have a cool paper 'plane!)

Make your own balsa 'plane instructions (or print out and have a cool paper 'plane!

Youngsters! Model airplanes are the pre-school of aviation. Build flying models! (1951 - cca. 55 x 84 cm)

Budapest Poster Gallery is based in Budapest, Hungary, dealing in all kinds of original vintage posters and ephemera, offering worldwide shipping.

joelmccrea:   lars134:   Jimmy Stewart at home working on one of his model airplanes, 1938  inessentialhouses

joelmccrea: “Jimmy Stewart at home working on one of his model airplanes, 1938 ” inessentialhouses”

The following photographs were taken by Richard Trevithick. He accompanied the successful British Wakefield Team to Wayne County Airport in Detroit where the 1936 American National Championships were also taking place.

The following photographs were taken by Richard Trevithick. He accompanied the successful British Wakefield Team to Wayne County Airport in Detroit where the 1936 American National Championships were also taking place.

Nice Vintage 1939 Ohlsson Gold Seal 56 Spark Ignition Model Airplane Engine | eBay

Nice Vintage 1939 Ohlsson Gold Seal 56 Spark Ignition Model Airplane Engine | eBay

Little Dynamite vintage ignition model aircraft engine Jim Brown | eBay

Little Dynamite vintage ignition model aircraft engine Jim Brown

Vintage 1940 Photo Album of a Young Man and His Model Airplanes. This image came from a leather bound album that was on eBay containing photographs of a young man in 1941 who along with his father had a passion for building powered model airplanes.

Vintage 1940 Photo Album of a Young Man and His Model Airplanes.

This engine was first advertised in 1939 by "International Models [Products]" of New York as the "G9". The ads quoted a bore of 7/8" and stroke of 15/16". Later, the manufacturer seems to have moved to Boston, changed their name to "Belmont Miniature Motors" and the engine became known simply as the Belmont. No ad we've been able to trace ever stated the capacity, only the bore and stroke.

This engine was first advertised in 1939 by "International Models [Products]" of New York as the "G9". The ads quoted a bore of 7/8" and stroke of 15/16". Later, the manufacturer seems to have moved to Boston, changed their name to "Belmont Miniature Motors" and the engine became known simply as the Belmont. No ad we've been able to trace ever stated the capacity, only the bore and stroke.

The Australian McCulloch 5cc Red Special engine has variable compression via a compression screw and brass contra piston fitted to the cylinder. Less obvious is the shortening of the conrod and other alterations that allowed a reduction of engine height. This aspect was specifically mentioned in the 1948 MAI catalogue. The Red Special is 88mm tall and weighs 251g, compared with the Gold Crown Drone's 99mm and 270g (with tank).

The Australian McCulloch Red Special engine has variable compression via a…

ONE OF THE FIRST AND BEST LOOKING "SMALL" ENGINES PRODUCED BEFORE WORLD WAR II . PRODUCED BY SYNCRO DEVICES OF DETROIT, MICHIGAN -WHO ALSO MADE THE FAMOUS SYNCRO ACE AND SYNCRO "SPECIAL" .

ONE OF THE FIRST AND BEST LOOKING "SMALL" ENGINES PRODUCED BEFORE WORLD WAR II . PRODUCED BY SYNCRO DEVICES OF DETROIT, MICHIGAN -WHO ALSO MADE THE FAMOUS SYNCRO ACE AND SYNCRO "SPECIAL" .

1947 Pierce Super “J” 29 Spark Ignition Model Airplane Engine | eBay

1947 pierce super “j” .29 spark ignition model airplane engine

1947 Pierce Super “J” 29 Spark Ignition Model Airplane Engine

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