ON THE COVER
Don Billingham's immense HP W-10 airliner was built to 1/4-scale, spans 15ft (4.6m) and uses two Laser 360V twins for power. Seen at a notably bigger and better Cosford show in July, it was one of many models that left a lasting impression and RCM&E was there to capture all the action.
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Picture: Alex Whittaker
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