JET JOE RACING CAR
|JET JOE RACING CAR
|Designed especially for the young racing fans in your family, the body and chassis of this simple speedster consist of just two pieces of balsa. Since the wheels and axles flex quite a bit in operation, and also may be bent by hand to make the model "track" correctly, it is wise to use hardwood nose buttons to secure the axle ends, as the plans show.
Put plenty of cement on the axle fastenings so that you can bend the wire to suit without having things come "unstuck". The asbestos paper shown comes with the Jetex motor; it was moistened and molded to the curvature of the engine section, and when dry was fastened with rubber cement. The Jetex 50 motor was used in the model shown but it will handle anything from the smallest such unit up to the potent Jetmaster; for the latter you will need a deeper hollow in the fuselage, though, to accommodate the unit and clear the ground.
|jet joe racing car jetex 50 Frank Ehling
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