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Half-scale MC-15 Cri-Cri – Dean Copeland’s incredibly detailed model of the ’70s homebuilt

Dean Copeland’s incredibly detailed model of the ’70s homebuilt
A favorite at scale events, Dean Copeland’s MC-15 Cri-Cri is a 50% scale version of the world’s smallest man-carrying, twin-engine aircraft. Designed in the early ’70s, the full-scale Cri-Cri’s engines are close to its centerline, so if one goes out the aircraft just makes a gentle turn. Dean built his electric-powered model after scaling down full-size plans, so his version is an exact replica of its bigger brother. The unusual model has a detailed, functional...


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