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Rollason Aircraft And Engines Ltd

Initially an aircraft sales and service organization. Began aircraft construction in 1957 with Druine Turbulent single-seat light monoplane powered by a Rollason-converted Ardem motor car engine. Production was carried out at their works on the old Croydon Aerodrome with first flights generally taking place at Redhill.
In 1961 built two-seat Druine Condor with 75 hp Continental engine. Later versions used more powerful Continental engines. Rollason also rebuilt a number of Tiger Moths and other aircraft, and carried out seaplane conversions of the Tiger Moth and Turbulent.
In 1973 the company moved from Croydon to premises at Shoreham. Tiger Moth work was concentrated at Rochester, with Redhill providing back-up to both bases and the hub of the sales part of Rollasons.
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