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Peter withers, e-mail, 28.06.2022 22:02
What you found may have been an Adams Wilson Hobbycopter, a number were built, and used a 650 Triumph iron motor, you could buy plans and build your own machine, there would be more of these around than the Macandless Gryro,
Ed Kaczmarczyk, e-mail, 19.08.2016 12:25
A Triumph engined helicopter device? Back in the 70's, I came across a bungalow between Chepstow and Caldicot which had scrap Volvos and other vehicles in the rough ground of the property. There to my astonishment was an abandoned helicopter/autogiro-? with an iron top end pre unit 650 engine. time passed and I was unable to find the location again. Could it have been one of the Mc Candless creations? I often muse on whether it survived.
Martin Toms, e-mail, 17.04.2015 18:38
Does anyone have any information on G-ARWW? My late father built this in our garage & flew it a lot back in the 70s - so perhaps sold it to you Brendan?
James Sheridan, e-mail, 25.06.2014 19:00
I bought a 54 inch Avro Avis propeller around 1958 in Belfast. I often wonder if Rex McCandlass used it at sometime. Would anyone have any info.
Brendan Mc Intyre, e-mail, 19.11.2008 01:32
Hi Mc Candless MK 4-4 Gyroplane EI-ASR was G-BIPZ I became the owner 1983 I also had a Benson G-ARWW .Between the two machine i put in a lot of flying some time Rex would come to see his machine flying he never liked the Benson. Brendan.
jan verhoeven, e-mail, 09.10.2007 22:26
The developers of the McCandless were Rex and Cromie McCandless. McCandless is also the developer of the Featherbed motorcycleframe, first powered with again a Triumph engine, then adopted by Norton for it's excellent behavior for racing and road machines. The McCandlesses also developed the Mule, a Norton-engine driven small all terrain car, and a racertype as well. There are still two (proto)types, one M1 and one M4 at the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, and probably one flying VW engine-driven M4 type having registrationnumber EI-ASR. In total there were 8 built.