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Flying machine model 'Experiment B'

Flapping wing flying machine with wooden beam for the fuselage and four cross bars along body to support the main wing. Main wing and flapping wings are covered with brown paper. An additional triangular wing is mounted between the flapping wings and the nose. Strips of rubber are tied to the nose and the other ends have strings tied to them. The strings run around two white plastic wheels and extend to the body at rear. Strings also run from the fuselage to each wing rod. Curved metal arms connect to each wing rod.
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