Rudolph, Randy
May 1998
Model Airplane News;May98, Vol. 126 Issue 5, p54
Presents information on the ECOL, electric airplane. Specifications of the airplane; Features of the airplane; Flight performance of the airplane. INSETS: Specifications;Flight performance.


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