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Chrislea Aircraft was formed in 1936 by R.C. Christoforides and B.V.Leak; their first machine , the LC1 Airguard was built in 1938. Post-war R.C.C. produced the CH3 series1 Ace and followed in 1948 with the series2 Super Ace.
These aircraft had a tricycle undercarriage  and a most unusual control system.; overall 18 were built.
G-AKVF, the subject of the model, was originally exported to the Lahore School of Flying, Pakistan in 1950 as AP-ADT.
It was later flown back to the 1958 and registered as G-AKVF.   After crashing in 1972 it was declared ‘damaged beyond repair’.
However the remains were bought and after a lengthy repair and restoration it flew again in 1981.
The aircraft is still flying today in the U.K. Read the history in the download for more.
A classic British aircraft brought to you by  Martin Pengelly, Brian Horsey and me Dave Molyneaux.

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David Molyneaux (Molyned)
Submitted On:
14 Feb 2012
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License: Copyright: This aircraft is released as Freeware. The aircraft may not be sold or included on a CD /DVD or hosted on another web-site without my prior agreement. Copyright (C) David Molyneaux 2012. All rights reserved.
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Total Votes:0
Graham Child 2012-02-14 06:41:18 Another gem - many thanks to the team
David Molyneaux 2012-02-14 08:22:18 Always appreciated Graham
John Whiting 2012-02-14 12:16:52 Another SuperAce - G-AKUW is based locally to me in North Lincolnshire so it was terrific that you have designed this model - excellent, thanks