Tandem rotor machine powered by a 100hp Franklin engine. It had a neat fuselage of steel tube covered with aluminium and fabric, with a tricycle undercarriage and a forward cockpit for two occupants seated in tandem. The rear pylon allowed the rear rotor to turn on a higher plane than the forward rotor so that the arcs could overlap safely.
R.Simpson "Airlife's Helicopter and Rotorcraft", 1998
|CL, e-mail, 19.09.2011|
HERC Jov-3 look like a boat fly in the sky, I am sure its sight is really good, almost amazing!
|shoes, e-mail, 19.09.2011|
Wow, HERC Jov-3(1948) can be made for touring, hehe!
|soccer, e-mail, 14.06.2011|
let me know, TXS Dean
|Norm Smith, e-mail, 17.03.2010|
I flew the MC-4 1958 for Gish Jovanovich at Santa Monica CA. I don't have possession of any technical info, but if you have any questions I would be happy to try to answer them.
|Dean, e-mail, 08.02.2010|
Any luck obtaining any technical info on this machine? I am also trying to gather info for the same reason, but am having little luck, any ideas? let me know, TXS Dean
|mike, e-mail, 01.04.2007|
Can anyone help me out with specs - drawings - photos - contacts for other enthusiasts, etc for the Jov 3 and/or Sedan 4 tandem rotor helicopter? Planning to build a replica, thanks for any help or suggestions at all. E-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks, and stay light on the skids. Mike.
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