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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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    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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    Mooney Mite

    Mooney Mite

    $23.95

    Description:Super scale version of a famous light plane that's sure to be a winner. Design by Ed Morgan employs a foam-core wing and built-up fuselage. WS: 81 in.; L: 56 in.; 6 channels; 2 sheets.
    Additional Information:
    Difficulty Level: LD3
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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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    SportStar

    SportStar

    $23.95

    Designed by Simon Delaney, this sport flyer is built to last and to be your favorite “Beater Bird” to keep your flying skills sharp. It can be built with either a foam-core wing or a traditional built-up balsa wing construction. The planes show foam cutting templates and all the balsa rib patterns with building tabs attached for building the wing flat on the building board. The 1.20 4-stroke powered SportStar uses simplified construction methods and uses commercially available hardware like landing gear, cowl and canopy.

    Span: 74”; Power: 1.20 4-stroke or 20 – 30cc gas; Radio: 4-channel (Aileron, Rudder, Elevator, Throttle); LD: 2; 2 Sheets
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    Mini Wave EDF

    Mini Wave EDF

    $23.95

    Description: An electric powered jet that really performs!

    Designed by Rich Uravitch, this easy to build electric, ducted fan is ultra reliable and reaches flight speeds in the 100mph range. It uses traditional balsa, lite-ply and A/C plywood construction and is finished with iron-on film covering. Plans show all of the parts required to build the model, and there are vacuum-formed plastic and laser-cut wood parts available.
    Additional Information:

    • Type: Electric ducted fan
    • Wingspan: 48 1/4in.
    • Length: 47 in.
    • Wing Area: 503 in.
    • Motor Req'd: Hacker B50-9XL, Chili Pepper CP50 or similar
    • Fan Unit: 90mm WeMoTec Midi-Fan
    • Radio Req'd: 4-channel (rudder, aileron, throttle, elevator); V-Tail mixing required
    • Difficulty Level: 2
    • Sheets: 2

    Difficulty Level:
    LD2
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    The MicroWave

    The MicroWave

    $23.95

    Designed by Rich Uravitch, this electric ducted fan design uses recycled EDF power units from worn-out foamy jets for power. The plans include a long- and a short-wing version so you can build a cruiser or an interceptor. Formed plastic parts and laser cut wood parts are available.

    Span: 29 & 36 in.; Length: 27.75 in.; Power 70mm EDF units w/brushless motor.; LD;2; 2 Sheets;
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    Dornier 335

    Dornier 335

    $23.95

    Description:Al Masters' scale 'Arrow' Do-335 captures the excitement and innovation of what was reportedly the fastest prop-driven fighter of WW II. It features a tandem, twin-engine, drive system that avoids the
    Additional Information: typical one-engine-out problems. Designed from original documentation for discriminating modelers, the plans are a work of art. WS: 56 in.; engine: (2) .25 2-stroke, or .40 up front and .25 aft; 5 or 6 channels; 2 sheets.
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    Monocoupe 90A

    Monocoupe 90A

    $23.95

    Description:A 1/4-scale replica of a classic '30s light plane. All of that airplane's magnificent lines are duplicated in this fine R/C scaler designed by Don Palumbo and Tony Lombardo.
    Additional Information: Construction features a stringered fuselage and built-up wing; materials used are balsa, hardwood and ply. WS: 95 in.; L: 58 in.; area: 1309 sq. in.; engine: .60 to 1.20; 2 sheets.
    Difficulty Level: LD3
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    The Robin

    The Robin

    $23.95

    Description:Designed by Andy Lennon, the Robin is typical of his designs and is a prime example of aerodynamic efficiency. The model features stressed-skin, balsa and plywood construction and has slotted flaps and NASA droop Les.
    Additional Information: The model has excellent STOL characteristics. WS: 72 in.; L: 53.5 in.; engine: .46; radio: 5-channel; sheets: 2
    Difficulty Level: LD2
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    Dewoitine D-520

    Dewoitine D-520

    $23.95

    Description:A control-line scale replica of a rarely-modeled French WWII fighter. Unusual construction uses corrugated cardboard. gummed paper tape and wood. Designed by Charles Felton. WS: 64 in.; L: 52 in.; Engine: .30 to .40; 2 sheets.
    Additional Information:
    Difficulty Level: LD3
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    Miles Hawk Major

    Miles Hawk Major

    $23.95

    Description: A classic early racer with aerobatic performance

    Designed by Robert Taylor, the Miles Hawk Major is a simple scale design that's relatively easy to build. It uses traditional balsa and ply construction and has a one-piece wing. The wing is built in three sections (center and two outer panels), and they are glued together to form the finished wing. The model has excellent flight characteristics and is fairly aerobatic.
    Additional Information:

    • Type: scale
    • Wingspan: 67 7/8 in.
    • Length: 49 in.
    • Wing Area: 758 sq. in.
    • Weight: 6 lb.
    • Wing Loading: 18.25 oz./sq. ft.
    • Engine Used: O.S. .70 4-stroke
    • Radio Req'd: 4 channel w/ 5 servos (2 ailerons, rudder, elevator and throttle)
    • Difficulty Level: 2
    • Sheets: 2

    Difficulty Level:
    LD2
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    Time Flies

    Time Flies

    $23.95

    Description:This breathtaking Henry Haffke design is a golden-age classic with superb flight characteristics that can put you in the sport-scale winners' circle. It features
    Additional Information: planked, sheeted fuselage and wings. WS: 72 in.; L: 51 in.; area: 900 sq. in.; engine: .90 to 1.20; 4 to 6 channels; 2 sheets.
    Difficulty Level: LD3
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    Giant Sopwith Camel

    Giant Sopwith Camel

    $23.95

    Description: A 1/4-scale British WW I fighter

    Designed by John Tanzer, the Sopwith Camel is not difficult to build, and assembly at the field is very easy. Both wings are one piece; there aren't any flying wires to contend with. The Camel has a very short nose, so you should keep all weight as far forward as possible. Even so, I had to add 16 ounces up front, bringing the all-up weight to 18 pounds - still light for its size.
    Additional Information:

    • Type: scale WW I British fighter (biplane)
    • Wingspan: 77 in.
    • Length: 50 in.
    • Weight: 18 lb.
    • Wing Area: 1,848 sq. in.
    • Wing Loading: 21 oz./sq. ft.
    • Airfool: flat-bottom
    • Radio req'd: 4-channel (aileron, elevator, throttle and rudder)
    • Engine used: Quadra 40cc
    • Difficulty Level: 2
    • Sheets: 3

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    Difficulty Level:
    LD2
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    Piper J-3 Cub

    Piper J-3 Cub

    $23.95

    Description:A true-to-scale version in both outline and construction of Bob Nelitz's famous original. Scaled at 4 inches to 1 foot, a huge 12-foot wing
    Additional Information: makes this an extremely impressive model. WS: 144 in.; L: 81 in.; engine: 2.4; 4 channels; 2 sheets.
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    Luton's Blue Chip and Forerunner
    Designed by Bud Roane, the Blue Chip racer makes a perfect .25-size club pylon racer. The plans show both glow power and electric power system details (Forerunner) so you can build it however you like. The model has traditional built-up balsa and ply construction and there are two landing gear variations.

    Span: 50²; Length: 43²; Power: .25 glow engine; LD: 2; 2 Sheets;
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    Rearwin Skyranger

    Rearwin Skyranger

    $23.95

    Description:This massive model, a true builder's project, was designed by Gene Salvay-a man who worked on the original. Involved construction, primarily of balsa with plywood and hardwood at strategic points. WS: 84 in.; L: 51 in.
    Additional Information: Engine: .60 to 1.20; 4 channels; 2 sheets.
    Difficulty Level: LD2
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    Sport-Scale Monocoupe 70

    Sport-Scale Monocoupe 70

    $23.95

    Designed by Richard Dery, this lightly-loaded sport scale classic monoplane is easy to build and makes for a great calm weather flyer. It is very scale in outline and has plenty of power for its size. It is modeled after the full-size plane located in the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome museum.
    Span: 48in.; Length: 32.5in.; Power: Park 450 BL outrunner; Radio: 4-channel; LD: 2; 2 Sheets
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    Laser 200

    Laser 200

    $23.95

    Description:This is a big scale model of Leo Loudenslager's Laser 200, designed for pattern aerobatics or standoff scale using a geared .90 for power. This design by Wayne Ulery
    Additional Information: involves extensive construction with balsa, hardwood, ply and foam wings. WS: 85.5 in.; L: 63.25 in.; engine: .60 to 1.20; 4 channels; 2 sheets.
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    Ol Weird Harold

    Ol Weird Harold

    $23.95

    Description:A gentle 4-stroke aircraft that can serve as an aerial photography platform. Built-up design by Dave Burgess. WS: 80 in.; L: 52 in.; engine: .90 4S; 5 channels; 2 sheets;
    Additional Information:
    Difficulty Level: LD2
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    Spezio Tuholer

    Spezio Tuholer

    $23.95

    Description:Designed by Cliff Tacie, this was one of the USA's entries in the Reno Scale World Championships. Suitable for sport scale and all-out FAI competition,
    Additional Information: it's an exact replica of the full-size, home-built airplane; built of conventional materials. WS: 74 in.; area: 1100 sq. in.; engine: .60 to .90; 4 channels; 2 sheets.
    Difficulty Level: LD3
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    Nimbus

    Nimbus

    $23.95

    Nimbus Description:A 10-foot-span old-timer for free or R/C assist. Design by Ben Shereshaw features extensive built-up balsa construction. Published in MAN in June 1937. WS: 123 in.; L: 71 in.; Engine: .60; 3 channels; 2 sheets.
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    Difficulty Level: LD4
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    Grumman Wildcat (Uses Gear - X03832)
    Designed by Bob Karlsson, this Grumman F4F Wildcat is a .60- to 90-size 1/6-scale version ideally suited for FAI and AMA level scale competition. The Wildcat features all traditional balsa and plywood built-up construction, and the wings and fuselage are completely sheeted. The model features plug-in wing panels and it has flaps and retractable landing gear. (Gear plans available separately x03832)
    Span: 76 in.; Radio: 5-6 channels; Power: .60 - .90 2-stroke; LD: 3; 2 Sheets
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    de Havilland DH4

    de Havilland DH4

    $23.95

    Description:Designed to a scale of 11/2 inches to 1 foot, this famous WW I biplane flies well and makes an interesting building project. Designed by Eric Fearnley. WS: 62.5 in.; engine: .40 to .60; 4 channels; 2 sheets.
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    Chilton D.W.I.

    Chilton D.W.I.

    $23.95

    Description:All built-up, exact-scale version of the classic '30s airplane. Designed by Dennis Tapsfield to a scale of 3_ inches to 1 foot, the easily built model is clearly giant scale, but still suitable for the O.S. .60 4-stroke.
    Additional Information: .WS: 84 in.; L: 63 in.; Engine: .60; 4 channels; 2 sheets.
    Difficulty Level: LD3
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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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    Electro Hots

    Electro Hots

    $23.95

    This newest rendition of the famous Hots design family takes lightweight construction to the limit. Using traditional balsa, plywood and lite-ply, Steven Santich, the son of Dan Santich-the designer of the original Hots, has produced a modern 3D flying machine that has single digit wing-loading! Ideal for the intermediate to advanced builder/flyer.

    Span: 52"; Length: 57"; Power: 25-size Brushless out-runner motor: Radio: 4-channel; LD: 2; 2 Sheets
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