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     Hawker Hind

    Hawker Hind

    $24.95

    Designed by Richard Dery, the Hawker Hind is an attractive pre-WW II RAF biplane that uses traditional balsa-andplywood construction.

    Designed to be a scale airplane, its flying wires are functional to support the wings under scale speeds and flight loads. The Hind was designed to be lightweight, so if you plan to do more aggressive maneuvers, replace the balsa wing spars with equal-size spruce spars.

    Span: 63.5 in.; Length: 50 1/8 in.; Power: E-flite Power 32 outrunner; Radio: 4 channels; Level of difficulty: 2; 3 sheets;
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    Mooney Mite

    Mooney Mite

    $23.95

    Designed by Dennis Sumner, this 1/6-scale sport flyer has all the scale looks and great flying performance as its full-size counterpart. Using traditional wood construction, the model has a fully-sheeted wing and retractable trike landing gear. Laser cut parts are available from Top Notch Kits and are called out on the plans.
    Wingspan: 54 in.; power: Scorpion 3014; radio: 5-channel: LD: 2; 2 sheets
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    Cessna 172

    Cessna 172

    $27.95

    Designed by Pat Tritle, this 1/8-scale Cessna 172 is easy to build and uses conventional stick and former construction and egg-crate wing assembly. It is lightweight and flies great. The model has a steerable nose wheel and functional flaps. Laser cut and formed plastic parts are available.
    Span: 53.5 in.; Power: Suppo 2217/9 outrunner; Radio: 5-channel; LD: 2; 3 sheets
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    Skoda-Kauba V4

    Skoda-Kauba V4

    $16.95

    Designed by Mark Rittinger, the Skoda-Kauba V4 is an early WW II German fighter trainer aircraft with a highly tapered leading edge. It is not for beginners and requires an experienced pilot. It has foam-core wing construction and a built-up wood fuselage. The plans show the airfoil templates for cutting the wing cores. WS: 49 in.; Power: E-flite Power 32; Radio: 4-ch.; LD: 2; 1 sheet
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    OV-1 Mohawk

    OV-1 Mohawk

    $23.95

    Designed by Keith Sparks, the OV-1 Mohawk is a 1/6-scale model of the US Army COIN Aircraft. It features traditional balsa and ply construction with plankwood sheeting. The author offers formed plastic canopy and engine nacelles.
    WS: 59 in.; L: 27 in.; Power: Two Speed 400 brushed or brushless motors; LD: 2; 2 Sheets;
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    Fieseler Fi 156 Storch

    Fieseler Fi 156 Storch

    $27.95

    Description: Designed by Pat Tritle, this WW2 observation plane was a STOL aircraft and the model has the same slow speed and quick takeoff performance. Laser parts are available from the author.
    Span: 55 in.; Length: 37.5; Radio: 5-channel; Power: 2171/9T Outrunner; LD: 2; 3 Sheets; Category: Scale
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    Pilatus Porter PC-6

    Pilatus Porter PC-6

    $27.95

    Designed by Alex Samour, this sport-scale STOL aircraft has a composite (foam core) wing with a traditional balsa box fuselage. The assembly process is simple and the model can be covered with MonoKote. The Porter has good manners and is an excellent first tail-dragger.
    WS: 50 in.; L: 35.5 in.; weight: 51 oz.; power: .15 glow or 10-size brushless electric; Radio: 4 channels; LD: 2; 3 sheets.
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    de Havilland Turbo Beaver

    de Havilland Turbo Beaver

    $27.95

    Designed by Pat Tritle, the Turbo Beaver is a traditional stick built model model and is intended as a park flyer though it is somewhat larger than the typical park plane. It has flaps and there there are laser cut wood parts and formed plastic pieces available from the author.
    Span: 60 in., Length: 41.5 in., Power: Suppo 2217/9 Outrunner; LD: 2; 3 Sheets
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