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    Vultee L1 Vigilante

    Vultee L1 Vigilante

    $23.95

    Description:Build this WW II classic and you will have your own contest-winning STOL. This R/C 1/8-scale project was designed by Eric Fearnley and is best
    Additional Information: suited to advanced builders. WS: 76.5 in.; L: 51 in.; engine: .60 4-stroke; 5 channels; 2 sheets.
    Difficulty Level:
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    F-15 Eagle Park Jet

    F-15 Eagle Park Jet

    $23.95

    Description: A Sheet-Foam Fighter That's Easy to Build!

    Designed by Steve Shumate, this semi-scale park flyer looks remarkably realistic in the air, has excellent flying characteristics and is easy to fly in small fields. It features simple foam construction so it can be built quickly.
    Additional Information:

    • Wingspan: 27.9 in.
    • Wing Area: 257 in.
    • Length: 41.5 sq. in.
    • Weight: 15 to 18 oz.
    • Wing Loading: 8.4 to 10.1 oz./sq. ft
    • Motor: GWS EPS-350C with C-gear reduction (or brushless outrunner equivalent)
    • Prop: GWS 8x6 slow flyer
    • Radio: 3 channel (flaperon, stabilator, throttle)
    • Battery: 1200 to 1500mAh, 11.1V lithium-polymer
    • Flight Duration: 15 min.
    • Sheets: 2
    • Difficulty Level 2
    Difficulty Level:
    LD3
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    Skyburner .60

    Skyburner .60

    $23.95

    Description:This 9.5-pound, entry-level ducted fan can be built with available materials for less than $100 (not including engine, fan and radio, and with a fixed landing gear). The Skyburner has sheeted-foam wings. Depending on how you configure it, you
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    Bristol Bullet(Scout)

    Bristol Bullet(Scout)

    $23.95

    Description:Fabulous _-scale R/C version of famous WWI fighter. Lou Eltscher makes large plane out of conventional materials. WS: 70 in.; L: 63 in.; Engine: .60 to 1.20; 4 channels; 2 sheets.
    Additional Information:
    Difficulty Level: LD3
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    Sky King Cessna 310 Songbird

    Sky King Cessna 310 Songbird

    $23.95

    Designed by Rich Uravitch, this twin electric is a straightforward build and a stable flyer. It uses conventional wood construction methods and laser-cut wood parts and formed plastic parts are available from the author.

    WS: 52.82 in.; L: 31.75 in.; Radio: 4-channel; Power: twin Hacker A20 motors; 4-channel; LD: 2; 2 Sheets;
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    Kook Kanary

    Kook Kanary

    $23.95

    Description:A giant-scale version of Bill Warwick's Hot Canary. This biplane's rare appeal and great flying characteristics spring form a Leon Schulman design that uses balsa, hardwood and plywood to build a large airframe.
    Additional Information: An easy-to-construct model that is rugged yet easily transportable. WS: 56 in.; L: 61 in.; Area: 1500 sq. in.; Engine: 1.8+; 4 channels; 2 sheets.
    Difficulty Level: LD3
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    A6M2 Zero

    A6M2 Zero

    $23.95

    Description: An Electric Rising Sun Warrior

    Designed by Jim Ryan, the Zero is a very fun model to fly. Whether with a stock Speed 400 motor or with brushless power, it hand-launches with ease, and it's both fast and aerobatic.
    Additional Information:

    • Type: Japanese WW II fighter
    • Wingspan: 32 in.
    • Length: 23.5 in.
    • Wing Area: 161 sq. in.
    • Wing Loading: 16.1 oz/sq. ft.
    • Weight: 18 oz.
    • Motor Req'd: Graupner Speed 400 w/Graupner 6x4 prop or Mega 16/15/6 brushless motor w/APC 7x5E prop
    • Radio Req'd: 3 channel (throttle, elevator, aileron)
    • ESC Used: Castle Creations Sprite 20 (Speed 400), Castle Creations Phoenix 25 (brushless)
    • Servos Used: Hitec HS-55
    • Receiver Used: Berg Microstamp 4-channel
    • Difficulty Level: 2
    • Sheets: 2

    Difficulty Level:
    LD2
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    Douglas DC-3

    Douglas DC-3

    $23.95

    Description:One of the finest scale projects for R/C ever published in Model Airplane News, this Paris White design features fully planked and sheeted fuselage and flight surfaces. In flight, the plane is stable
    Additional Information: enough to match the skills of infrequent fliers; it has no bad habits. WS: 94 in.; L: 49 in.; engine: (2) .50 to .60; 6 channels; 2 sheets.
    Difficulty Level:
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    Ballerina

    Ballerina

    $23.95

    Description:Scale control-liner modeled after the well known and competitive Goodyear Racer designed by Lloyd Willis. Featuring built-up balsa construction, this airplane would be a fine entry in control-line scale as the Racer is not often modeled for that event.
    Additional Information: WS: 44in.; L:34 in.; Engine.40 to .60; 2 sheets.
    Difficulty Level: LD3
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    1/4-scale Bucker Jungmeister

    1/4-scale Bucker Jungmeister

    $23.95

    Description: A 1/4-scale biplane competition machine

    The new 1/4-scale plan of Gary Allen's impressive Bucker Jungmeister has been totally redrawn with all new callouts and appropriate wood sizes and hardware shown.

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    Squint Scale P-40 Tomahawk

    Squint Scale P-40 Tomahawk

    $23.95

    Description:This Tim Farrell design might be just the R/C model you've been looking for. It looks like a full-size airplane; it's simple to build and very easy to fly.
    Additional Information: Built-up construction with conventional materials. WS: 62 in.; L: 57 in.; area: 785 sq. in.; engine: .60 4S; 4 channels; 2 sheets;
    Difficulty Level: LD3
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    Schweizer TG-2

    Schweizer TG-2

    $23.95

    Description:The original of this magnificent scale sailplane was used for primary training by the U.S. Air Force in WW II. Design by Steve Moskal features built-up construction. WS: 126 in.; L: 62.5 in.; 3 channels; 2 sheets.
    Additional Information:
    Difficulty Level:
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    Tipsy S2

    Tipsy S2

    $23.95

    Designed by Dennis Sumner, the Tipsy S2 is a great flying sport scale design using traditional balsa and ply construction and a modern electric power system. It features a elliptical wing and tail surface design and uses magnets to hold the engine cowling and hatch cover in place. Its light wing-loading makes this a great flying airplane and would make a great first scale project.
    Span: 50 in.; Length: 36 in.; Radio: 4-channel; Power: electric 480 class outrunner; LD: 2; 2 Sheets;
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    Britten-Norman BN2T-4S Defender

    Britten-Norman BN2T-4S Defender

    $23.95

    Designed by Rich Uravitch, the Britten-Norman Defender 2000 is a semi-scale twin design that is very easy to build and fly. Traditional balsa and ply construction is used and flaps are optional. Formed plastic parts are available from the author. Span: 7 in.; Length: 52.7 in.; Power: 2 Power 32 brushless motors; LD: 2; 2 Sheets;
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    Waco E

    Waco E

    $23.95

    Description:This replica duplicates all the style and grace of the original classic design. Its 'cabin' configuration retains the flavor of a biplane without the
    Additional Information: use of cabane struts. Designed by Douglas Hobbs, it has a built-up structure of conventional materials. WS: 72 in.; L: 56 in.; area: 1147 sq. in.; engine: .90 4-stroke; 4 channels; 2 sheets.
    Difficulty Level: LD3
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    Gee Bee Model-Y Super Sportster

    Gee Bee Model-Y Super Sportster

    $23.95

    Description: Designed by Charlie Pipes, this electric-powered, sport-scale Gee Bee Model-Y Super Sportster is intended for intermediate to expert pilots. The model uses traditional balsa and plywood construction methods and a laser-cut short kit is also available.

    WS: 45 in.; L: 27 in.; Radio: 4-channel; Power: E-flite Power 10 Outrunner; LD: 2; 2 Sheets
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    Dart Kitten

    Dart Kitten

    $23.95

    Description:A beautiful-scale version of a '30s light plane. Although requiring a good deal of construction in a format that closely duplicates that of the full-size aircraft, the Par Lundqvist design is not beyond a typical modeler's skill, and the finished scale
    Additional Information: giant can be flown even by a novice. WS: 78 in.; L: 65 in.; Engine: .60 to .90; 4 channels; 2 sheets.
    Difficulty Level: LD4
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    P-26A Peashooter

    P-26A Peashooter

    $23.95

    Description:A unique scale model that has not yet been overdone. This great 1/4-scale subject, when finished in its colorful paint scheme, is a sure winner.
    Additional Information: Plenty of balsa/ply construction in this design by Dan Santich. WS: 84 in.; L: 71 in.; engine: 2 to 2.5; 4 channels; 2 sheets.
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    F/A-22 Raptor

    F/A-22 Raptor

    $23.95

    Designed by Steve Shumate, the F/A-22 Raptor Park Jet is a Semi-scale pusher prop design and it has thrust vectoring capabilities for amazing maneuverability. Made from sheet foam, it is easy to build and fun to fly. Intermediate building and piloting skill required.
    Wingspan: 26 in.; Length: 36.2 in.; Weight: 18 oz., Power loading: 160 watts/lb. Motor: brushless outrunner; Radio req’d: Stabilators, flaperons, rudders (optional), thrust vectoring (optional). LD:2; 2 Sheets;
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    Ultra Hots

    Ultra Hots

    $23.95

    Description:The super-aerobatic Ultra Hots is stable in slow flight but, in designer Dan Santich's words, it's 'the most capable model I have ever owned.'
    Additional Information: It's for intermediate builders, but it will bring out the best in any aerobatic flier. WS: 81 in.; L: 64.5 in.; engine: 1.5 to 4ci; 4 channels; 2 sheets.
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    T-28 TROJAN

    T-28 TROJAN

    $23.95

    Description:Designed by Rich Uravitch, the T-28 Trojan uses traditional balsa-and-ply construction and can be outfitted with fixed or retractable landing gear; a short wood kit and a plastic parts kit are available for the model. See the plans for ordering info.
    Additional Information:
    • Wingspan: 48 in.
    • Length: 36 in.
    • Wing Area: 385 sq. in.
    • Weight: 3.25 lb.
    • Wing Loading: 19.5 oz./sq. ft.
    • Power: .25 to .32 2-stroke glow or Mega 2230/3 brushless motor (or equivalent) with/3S, 6000mAh Li-poly battery pack
    • Radio Req'd: 4- to 5-channel (elevator, throttle, rudder, aileron); retracts optional
    • # of sheets: 2
    • Difficulty Level: 2

    Difficulty Level:
    LD2
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    Lubin R-XIV

    Lubin R-XIV

    $23.95

    Description:An excellent rubber-powered design of a unique Polish aircraft by master modeler Bill Noonan. Perfect proportions lead to perfect flight characteristics; design also lends itself to small-field R/C.
    Additional Information: WS: 43 in.; L: 27.5 in.; Power: Rubber; 2 sheets.
    Difficulty Level: LD3
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    The KG

    The KG

    $23.95

    Description:The historic KG was key in the development of gas-powered aeromodeling. In the '34 Nats, the 8-foot-span original took second, flying for 14 minutes, 2 seconds, and in '35 the 10-foot-span KG-2 made a record flight of 64 minutes, 40 seconds. See Model
    Additional Information: Airplane News reprints from April, May and June, 1935, for complete assembly instructions. For advanced builders. WS:8 or 10 ft.; L:59 in.; power:4-stroke .90 recommended for R/C assist; 4 channels; 2 full-size sheets
    Difficulty Level: LD3
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    Ryan Mailplane

    Ryan Mailplane

    $23.95

    Description:Designed by Robert Angel, this control-line Scale entry would make an interesting R/C with very little modification. Stringers and sheet wood make a quite sturdy construction. WS: 72 in.; L: 46.5 in.; Engine: .60; 2 sheets.
    Additional Information:
    Difficulty Level: LD3
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    de Havilland DHC-2 Beaver

    de Havilland DHC-2 Beaver

    $23.95

    Description: A classic sea plane

    This scale rendition designed by Ed Westwood is ideal for intermediate builders. The plans include float construction and installation drawings. Balsa and ply are the primary structural materials, with foam used for the floats.
    Additional Information:

    • Type: Scale sea plane
    • Wingspan: 70.25 in.
    • Length: 46.25 in.
    • Power Req'd: one .40-.50 engine
    • Radio Req'd: 4-5 channels
    • Difficulty Level: 3
    • Sheets: 2
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    Sukoi SU-37 Super Flanker Park Jet
    Sukoi SU-37 Super Flanker Park Jet
    Designed by Steve Shumate, this semi-scale, easy-to-build, all-foam park jet is powered by two pusher prop motors and includes functional 3-axis thrust-vectoring control. It is made using flat sheets of foam and the plan shows all part templates and a detailed drawing of how the power system works. Wingspan: 30 in.; Length: 43.2 in.; Power: 2 Park Jet motors with pusher props; LD: 2; 2 Sheets;
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    de Havilland D.H. 2

    de Havilland D.H. 2

    $23.95

    Description:This fabulous scale version of the WW I fighter designed by Peter Neate features extensive, scale-like construction. WS: 56 in.; L: 58 in.; engine: .60; 2 sheets.
    Additional Information:
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    F/A-18 Hornet

    F/A-18 Hornet

    $23.95

    Description: Semiscale pusher-prop jet

    This semiscale park flyer looks remarkably realistic in the air. It has excellent flying characteristics and is easy to fly in small fields. It also features simple, foam construction so it can be built quickly.
    Additional Information:

    • Length: 41.7 in.
    • Wingspan: 28.4 in.
    • Wing Area: 254 sq. in.
    • Weight: 15 to 18 oz.
    • Wing Loading: 8.5 to 10.2 oz./sq. ft
    • Power: GWS EPS-350C with C gearing
    • Prop: GWS 8x6 Slowflyer
    • Radio req'd: 6-channel micro-receiver such as the GWS R6N or Hitec Electron 6
    • Battery: E-Tec 1200mAh, 11.1V Li-poly
    • Servos: 2 GWS Picos for the flaperons; 1 Hitec HS-55 for the stabilator
    • Minimum Flying Area: Outdoor Sports Field
    • Building Skill Level: Intermediate
    • Flying Skill Level: Intermediate
    • Flight Duration: 15 min
    • Sheets: 2


    Difficulty Level:
    LD2
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    L-19 Glowdog

    L-19 Glowdog

    $23.95

    Designed by Keith Sparks, the L-19 Glowdog is a sport-scale Cessna observation plane that is not only a nice, easy-to-fly park flyer, but it is also a great night flyer. Constructed of thin, lightweight Depron foam sheet material and lite ply, the airplane is translucent and designed to light
    up.
    Formed Plastic cowl and wingtips are available from Keith Sparks by
    contacting him via email at sparky2@att.net
    Span: 72 in.; Length: 50 in.; Power: 280-size outrunner; Radio:
    4-channel;
    LD: 2; 2 Sheets
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    CR-270 Sport Biplane

    CR-270 Sport Biplane

    $23.95

    Description:This giant-scale biplane designed by Chuck Rhodes was made for use with the SuperTigre 2500 engine. Both wings are built flat over the plans with the help of shims to keep the ribs aligned properly. Conventional balsa-and-ply wood construction is used
    Additional Information: throughout (no foam). A fiberglass cowl, a clear canopy and wheel pants are available from Fiberglass Specialties, and the author can supply aluminum landing gear. WS: 66.5 in.; L: 56.5 in.; area: 1300 sq. in.; engine: 1.2 to 1.8 2-stroke; 2 sheets.
    Difficulty Level: LD2
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