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    Furee Biplane

    Furee Biplane

    $27.95

    Description:This nicely detailed biplane combines scale appearance with aerobatic performance. The Don Prentice design is easy to build with either a built-up format or foam wings.
    Additional Information: WS: 45 in.; L: 43 in.; Engine: .60 to 1.20; 4 channels; 2 sheets.
    Difficulty Level: LD3
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    Swick Taylorcraft

    Swick Taylorcraft

    $27.95

    Description:Designed by master modeler Jim Simpson, this beautiful, 1/4-scale, balsa-and-ply craft is modeled after the famous Taylorcrafts rebuilt by Mike Swick (but control surfaces have been modified, wings shortened, angles altered,
    Additional Information: ailerons counterbalanced). If you have the thumbs, this model can really put on a show. WS: 82.5 in.; L: 68 in.; engine: 1.08 to 1.80 2-stroke, or 1.20 to 1.60 4-stroke; 4 channels; 3 sheets.
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    Prime Cut +20

    Prime Cut +20

    $27.95

    Designed by Dick Sarpolus, the Prime Cut +20 is his latest sport-flying giant scale design. It is easy to build and fly, has aerobatic performance and can use engines in the 40cc to 50cc gasser range. Construction is basic, built-up balsa and plywood with plug-in wing panels on a strong aluminum tube spar/joiner. The canopy section is built as part of the fuselage so no separate molded plastic canopy is needed. Thick airfoil makes landings easy.
    Span: 90 in.; Length: 68 in.; Weight: 14.5 lbs.; Power: 45cc gas engine; Radio: 4-channel; LD: 2; 3 Sheets
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    Aquastar Seaplane

    Aquastar Seaplane

    $27.95

    Description:Designed by Laddie Mikulasko, the Aquastar Seaplane uses a pusher engine and is intended for intermediate builders/fliers. Constructed of balsa and lite-ply, the 4 channel model is easy to build and fly, and it can be flown from land or water. Plans
    Additional Information: include a complete list of parts. WS: 70 in.; L: 59 in.; engine: .45 to .60 2-stroke glow.
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    Minimax

    Minimax

    $27.95

    Description:This _-scale ultralight is an unusual design by Floyd Manly whose sedate slow-flying characteristics make for stress-free flights. WS: 75 in.; L: 45 in.; Area: 940.5 sq. in.; Engine: OS .70 4-stroke; 2 sheets.
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    Difficulty Level: LD3
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    Woodhopper

    Woodhopper

    $27.95

    Description:This ultralight is a planeful of fun. Constructed mainly of balsa with an aluminum A-frame undercarriage, Keith Sterner's design contains detailed rigging instructions. WS: 50.5 in.; L: 55.5 in.; Engine: .60 4S; 3 channels; 2 sheets.
    Additional Information:
    Difficulty Level: LD3
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    F-4 Phantom II

    F-4 Phantom II

    $27.95

    Designed by Dab Savage, this electric ducted fan looks like a scale jet but flies like a sport model. It uses traditional balsa, ply and lite-ply construction and is intended for 90mm or 3.5-inch EDF fan units and 900 to 1500 watt power systems. If you can build a sport plane you can build this F-4. It is intended for intermediate to expert pilots.
    Wingspan: 50 1/2 in.; Length: 33 5/8 in.; Radio: 4-6 channels; Power: 90mm EDF unit (900-1500W); LD:2; 3 Sheets;
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    MCX-25

    MCX-25

    $27.95

    Description:This classy sport design by Mark and Kim McCutcheon is mid-wing, nearly in-line and very maneuverable, featuring built-up balsa/ply construction for a light, sturdy airframe. WS: 44 in.; L: 37 in.; Engine: .25; 4 channels; 2 sheets.
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    Difficulty Level: LD3
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    Spinks Akromaster

    Spinks Akromaster

    $27.95

    Description:Originally designed for the T.O.C. 1978 Prototype Aerobatic program in Las Vegas, this Ed Keck design remains a nifty sport/scale/pattern airplane for 1990. The airplane is large but easy to build with conventional materials.
    Additional Information: WS: 74 in.; L: 63 in.; Engine: .90 to 1.20; 4 channels; 2 sheets.
    Difficulty Level: LD3
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    Shoestring Yellow Jacket

    Shoestring Yellow Jacket

    $27.95

    Description: A Sport-Scale, Sunday Flyer That Looks Like a Pylon Racer

    Designed by Bud Roane, the Shoestring Yellow Jacket is a sport model that only looks like a speedy pylon racer. It is very aerobatic and makes a great Sunday flyer. It has traditional balsa and plywood construction and pug-in wing panels. The tail surfaces are flat for easy building.
    Additional Information:

    • Type: IMAA-legal sport flyer
    • Wingspan: 84-5/8 in.
    • Length: 68 in.
    • Wing Area: 1,300 sq. in.
    • Wing Loading: 9 oz/sq. ft.
    • Weight: 12 lbs.
    • Engine Range: 1.20 to 2.20ci 4-stroke; .90 to 1.40ci 2-stroke
    • Radio Req'd: 4 channel (rudder, throttle, elevator, ailerons)
    • Radio Used: Airtronics RD6000 (with Airtronics, Hitec and JR servos)
    • Prop Used: APC 16x8
    • Fuel Used: PowerMaster 10%
    • Difficulty Level: 2
    • Sheets: 3

    Difficulty Level:
    LD2
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    Westland Wyvern S.4

    Westland Wyvern S.4

    $27.95

    Description:Designed by Vance Mosher, the Westland Wyvern is an unusual scale project for someone interested in a smaller model. The wing is of conventional construction.
    Additional Information: The model is made with traditional balsa and ply. The plan set includes scale 3-view drawings. WS:36 in.;L: 34in.; engine: .15 2stroke; sheets: 3
    Difficulty Level: LD3
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    Piper PA-18 Super Cub

    Piper PA-18 Super Cub

    $27.95

    Designed by Pat Tritle, this impressive super scale bush plane classic uses traditional balsa construction and is easy to build and fly. Laser-Cut parts and plastic parts are also available from the author at: patscustom-models.com/
    WS: 60 in.; L: 38.3 in.; Power: 950 Kv Outrunner; Radio: 5-channel, 3 Sheets; LD: 3
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    Chester Lanzo Record Breaker

    Chester Lanzo Record Breaker

    $27.95

    Description:Chet Lanzo's classic old-timer for R/C assist has been revised by Eric Marsden. Balsa stick and sheet construction remains faithful to the 1935 original. WS: 96 in.; L: 60 in.; Engine: .60; 3 channels; 2 sheets.
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    Difficulty Level: LD3
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    Seahawk

    Seahawk

    $27.95

    Description:This versatile Andy Lennon design can be converted quickly and easily from a conventional design with tricycle landing gear to a float plane with central and wing-tip floats. The plane also features Youngman
    Additional Information: flaps which facilitate landings by allowing lower approach speeds. WS: 64 in.; L: 47.5 in.; Engine: .46; 4 channels;3 sheets.
    Difficulty Level: LD4
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    Preventor

    Preventor

    $27.95

    Description:A shoulder-wing R/C pattern ship modeled along the lines of a military COIN aircraft. Typical foam/balsa construction in a design by Don Prentice and John Williams. WS: 76 in.; L: 57 in.; Engines: (2) .40; 5 channels; 2 sheets.
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    Difficulty Level: LD3
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    1/4-scale Fokker E.V.

    1/4-scale Fokker E.V.

    $27.95

    Description: Famous WWI German parasol fighter!

    Designed by David Johnson, the 1/4-scale Fokker E.V. parasol fighter is easy to build and flies like an advanced trainer. Traditional balsa, spruce and plywood construction.

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    Convair 440 / C-131 Samaritan Transport
    Designed and built by Geiyer “Andy” Anderson, the Convair 440 / C-131 Samaritan Transport is an excellent flying sport scale twin designed around a pair of O.S. .32 2-stroke glow engines. The Samaritan uses traditional balsa and lite-plywood construction and is designed to use off-the-shelf retracts and shock absorbing struts from Robart Mfg. The wing is equipped with flaps and uses a pilot friendly semi-symmetrical airfoil.
    Span: 82in.; Length: 65in.; Power: twin .25. - .32 glow engines (or similar electric power.); LD: 2; 3 Sheets;
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    Douglas DC-3

    Douglas DC-3

    $27.95

    Description:This modeling favorite is presented in 3/4-inch-to-1-foot scale and features all-wood conventional construction. Although it isn't very difficult to build, this Dave Ramsey
    Additional Information: design requires intermediate building and flying skills. WS: 75.25 in.; L: 63 in.; area: 503 sq. in.; engine: (2) .25; 5 channels; 2 sheets.
    Difficulty Level: LD3
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    Little Toot

    Little Toot

    $27.95

    Description:A magnificent scale biplane of the famous aerobatic machine. Flight capability is outstanding with smooth, precise maneuvers. Design by
    Additional Information: Dennis Tapsfield involves extensive construction of conventional materials. WS: 57 in.; L: 49.5 in.; engine: .61 to .90 2-stroke or .91 to 1.20 4-stroke; 2 sheets.
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    FC Floater

    FC Floater

    $27.95

    Description:This cabin wing trainer has an inner structure of balsa and an outer cover of foam board, giving this Ed Kudirka design ultralight wing loading and a cost lower than those of comparable balsa structures.
    Additional Information: WS: 79 in.; L: 53 in.; Engine: .45; 4 channels; 2 sheets.
    Difficulty Level: LD2
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    Arrow Sport

    Arrow Sport

    $27.95

    Description:This R/C sport-and-pattern trainer resembles a scale, mid-wing aircraft from the Golden Age. The design by Don Carkhuff features
    Additional Information: balsa/ply construction and a symmetrical airfoil. WS: 65 in.; L: 52 in.; engine: .40 to .60; 4 channels; 1 sheet;
    Difficulty Level: LD3
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    Siemens Schuckert D-III

    Siemens Schuckert D-III

    $27.95

    Description:Designed by David Johnson, the Siemens Schuckert D-III is a seldom modeled WW 1 fighter that is a dream to fly. Using tradional balsa and plywood construction, the model has an under-cambered airfoil, four ailerons and a fully sheeted circular fuselage that looks great stained. The model has won several scale contests and earned David an invitation to the 2002 Top Gun Scale Invitational in Lakeland, FL.
    Additional Information:
    • Name: Siemens Schuckert D-III
    • Type: 1/4-scale WW 1 fighter biplane
    • Wingspan: 81.5 in. top, 74 in. bottom
    • Wing Area: 1,911.56 sq. in. (8.27 sq. ft.)
    • Length: 55 in.
    • Weight: 15 to 18 lb. (15.5 lb. prototype)
    • Wing Loading: 29.02 to 34.80 oz./sq. ft.
    • Engine Range: 25 to 40cc 2-stroke, or 1.20 to 1.50 4-stroke
    • Engine Used: Brison 40cc
    • Radio Required: 4 channels (rudder, aileron, throttle, elevator)
    • Prop Used: homemade 4-blade

    Difficulty Level: LD2
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    Dornier Electric 335 Twin

    Dornier Electric 335 Twin

    $27.95

    Description:This 1/8-scale, all-balsa masterpiece is large yet light (10 lb., 2 oz.) and has brisk performance when it's run on 28, 1400mAh SCR cells.
    Additional Information: Plans show retract installation. WS: 70.5 in.; area: 1,006 sq. in.; motor: (2) geared .15G; 3 sheets.
    Difficulty Level: LD3
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    Chance Vought SB2U-1 Vindicator

    Chance Vought SB2U-1 Vindicator

    $27.95

    Description:This pre-WW II Navy classic is a large 1/6-scale model not recommended for beginners because of its size and complexity. However, this Doc Keith design uses conventional materials and
    Additional Information: construction techniques, so a modeler with reasonable skills and experience should have little difficulty. WS: 84 in.; L: 84 in.; area: 1220 sq. in.; engine: 2ci or larger; 7 channels; 3 sheets.
    Difficulty Level: LD4
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    Road Runner

    Road Runner

    $27.95

    Description:This versatile sport aerobatic plane makes an excellent 4-stroke club racer, readily accepting a 2-stroke engine if necessary. The Hal deBolt design features simple balsa construction, but is aesthetically more appealing than a box model.
    Additional Information: WS: 50.5 in.; L: 40 in.; Engine: .40 to .45; 4 channels; 2 sheets.
    Difficulty Level: LD3
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    The Solaris

    The Solaris

    $27.95

    Description: An IMAA-legal biplane with looks and performance

    Designed by John Simmance, the Solaris is an IMAA-legal biplane and uses traditional balsa and plywood construction. The plan is CAD-drawn, and many parts are self-aligning. The plan is highly detailed, and a construction jig is shown to help you position and solder the cabane-strut wires together.
    Additional Information:

    • Type: biplane
    • Wingspan: 61 in.
    • Lenght: 55.5 in.
    • Wing Area: 1,282 sq. in.
    • Weight: 11 lbs.
    • Wing Loading: 19.75 oz./sq. ft.
    • Engine Required: .90 2-stroke to 1.20 4-stroke
    • Engine Used: YS .91 4-stroke
    • Radio Required: 4-channels (rudder, elevator, aileron, throttle)
    • Difficulty Level: 2
    • Sheets: 4


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