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We enjoyed the flying and marvelled at the pylon racing aircraft speeds but the smooth and authentic performance of the North American Texan, called the Harvard, here in Canada was impressive, so much so that the flight characteristics mirrored precisely the sort of things one sees with the real aircraft.

Several helicopters were present and their intricate mechanics demonstrate the skill and hard work that the builders have to put into these projects.

The only crash of the day was a take off accident that resulted in the total destruction of a beautiful deHaviland Chipmunk. On departure a wing struck the ground as the model was reduced to three piles of painted scraps as seen moments after the crash lower right.

Below right is a DC-3 nearing completion this balsa project will be powered by two electric motors.