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1976 Control Line Aeromodelling World Championship
12 - 19 July 2000, Utrecht, Holland

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1976 Control Line Aeromodelling World Championship


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Aerobatics World Champion 1976 - Les McDonald - "Stilletto" - ST 46


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Peter van Doesburg produced an attractive twin-boom design


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First appearance in Danish team for Robert Peterson


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Ex British team member now resident in Canada, Geoff Higgs - original design


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Modified foam-wing 'Nobler' by Espinoza of Mexico


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Israel's Ben-Arie with ST46 used clockwork timer to cut engine


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Largest model was Australian Doug Harlow's 'Atlantis"


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USA's Gene Schaffer takes the strain at the pull test


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USA's Bob Gieseke - still with pipe and modified Nobler -


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This 'Hurricane' design is kitted in Japan - flown by Sasaki.


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Small model from USA's Bill Werwage - developed from


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Australian Dallas Hanna's huge machine


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UK's Pete Tindall and semi-scale Chipmonk


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1976 Control Line Aeromodelling World Championship


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Highest placed Australian - Doug Harlow, a creditable 20th place


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Doug with his Atlantis at Moorabbin prior to World Champs

 



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