Originally Posted by PeterH
This one appeals to me immensely. Lots of shapes, not many straight or parallel lines, round engine, and - - - on the plans - - - r/c conversion modifications (one piece wing, dihedral braces, empennage).
I don't think anyone's mentioned this one yet. Be good company for the Mam'selle.
Other posts hereabouts mention that this model was originally kitted/advertised in 1950-1951. Safely before the cutoff date.
Er - Peter, problem is that this Ladybird (as opposed to the Aeromodeller plans of biplanes called the Ladybird - rubber - and Ladybird Special - power) was never a published PLAN, only a Keil Kraft KIT. This would have been fine for last years Britkit build off, but unfortunately doesn't qualify for this one. I hope you can find another design that appeals as a second entry.