Confessions of Rubber Power Flyer

I fly Rubber Free Flight.  I do not fly r/c.  I do not fly gas.

However, I have wanted two engines for a long time, just to have, not to fly or even run.  Now I have them.  They will sit on my shelves as display models.  They are: the tiny Cox TeeDee 0.010 and the vintage Morton M-5 ignition pushrod radial.

No more gas motors for me, my collection is complete, I am done.


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3 Responses to Confessions of Rubber Power Flyer

  1. Henry Toews says:

    I can see why you wanted the Morton. What symmetry! A beautiful engine- not many people get that.

    Quick question- for “the notcher” ? Whst glue do you ise to hold the sandpaper to the “boards”?

    Thanks in advance, I’m glad you got your collection completed.

  2. Frank Scott says:

    That is indeed a most beautiful collection of a pair of classics.

  3. Michael Smith says:

    Oh man, you gotta get that Morton started. Just to hear it run!

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