Westland Whirlwind

Rittinger, Mark
March 2002
Model Airplane News;Mar2002, Vol. 130 Issue 3, p76
Features construction of Westland Whirlwind airplane. Specifications of the plane; Assembly of the fuselage and nacelles; Flight performance of the plane.


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