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    Dactyl

    Dactyl

    $19.95

    Description:Couple great flying ability with a model airplane that's so unusual it will never lose its usefulness, and what do you get? This one-of-a-kind flying wing - robust, stable and easy to build. Built-up balsa design by Dennis Bryant. WS: 58 in. L: 26 in.;
    Additional Information: engine: .40 to .60; 3 channels; 1 sheet.
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    Cupcake

    Cupcake

    $19.95

    Description:This exciting single-channel, small-engine plane is intended for rudder-only control. Designed by Jay Richards, this little biplane is built of sheet balsa. WS: 24 in.; L: 18.5 in.; Engine: .020; 1 channel; 1 sheet
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    Difficulty Level: LD2
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    Coin Foo

    Coin Foo

    $19.95

    Description:This easy-to-build, fun-to-fly 1/2A R/C model is ideal for small fields. Simple, all-balsa design by Dean Swift. WS: 35.5 in.; L: 24.5 in.; engine: .049; 2 to 3 channels; 1 sheet.
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    Chips

    Chips

    $19.95

    Description:Another Randy Randolph sport design with a low-wing style, featuring fast, easy construction in balsa and ply. Its performance far outweighs the cost and building time,
    Additional Information: making it ideal for the intermediate flier. WS: 41 in.; L: 32 in.; area: 308 sq. in.; engine: .10 to .15; 4 channels; 1 sheet;
    Difficulty Level: LD2
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    Canada Goose

    Canada Goose

    $19.95

    Description:An interesting design for sport fliers, this Andy Lennon design has a relatively simple structure that gives it an uncomplicated look. Basic materials are balsa and plywood. WS: 49 in.; L: 34 in.; engine: .30 to .35; 5 channels; 1 sheet.
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    Bugatti R-100

    Bugatti R-100

    $19.95

    Description: A Speed 400, electric sport-scale racer

    Designed by Gus Morfis, the Bugatti R-100 is a highly unusual, forward swept wing racing plane. The original Bugatti design was powered by two mid-engines powering contra-rotating props. This electric powered model has all wood ply construction and offers spirited performance with striking good looks.
    Additional Information:

    • Type: Electric sport-scale
    • Wingspan: 27.5 in.
    • Length: 23.75 in.
    • Wing Area: 171 sq. in.
    • Weight: 16.7 oz.
    • Power Req'd: 6V Speed 400 motor
    • Radio Req'd: 3-channel (aileron,elevator and throttle/speed control)
    • Difficulty Level: 2
    • Sheets: 1

    Difficulty Level:
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    Macchi MC.200 Saetta

    Macchi MC.200 Saetta

    $49.95

    Description:The Macchi MC.200 Saetta is a precision-scale balsa and plywood model of the WW II Italian fighter. All scale-fittings, cockpit interior and control surfaces are shown, as is a dummy, twin-row radial engine. The wing is the same as the full-size Macchi
    Additional Information: MC.200 Saetta, and the left panel is slightly longer than the right. Washout is built into the wing, and building tabs are drawn on each rib. WS: 79.9 in.; L: 60.5 in.; weight: 13.3 lb; scale: 1/5.2; engine: 1.08 2-stroke; radio: 6 channels; 9 sheets.
    Difficulty Level: LD4
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    Reggiane RE-2005 Sagittario

    Reggiane RE-2005 Sagittario

    $39.95

    Description:A representation of Italy's best WW II fighter in 13/4-inch scale by Donald Grassi. It's a challenging building project in balsa, plywood and hardwood. The airplane flies in a
    Additional Information: scale-like manner-a sure winner. WS: 63 in.; L: 50 in.; area: 682 sq. in.; 4 to 6 channels; 2 sheets.
    Difficulty Level: LD4
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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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    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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    Ultimate Bipe

    Ultimate Bipe

    $27.95

    Description:An incredible aerobatic performer that gave rise to a full-scale plane of the same name, Floyd Manly's Ultimate Bipe is easy to fly yet capable of doing all that you ask of it. It's favored by many top
    Additional Information: aerobatics competitors. The plan is suitable for "high-level" intermediate builders. WS: 51 in.; L: 49.5 in.; power: .45 to .74ci; 4 channels; 2 sheets.
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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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      The Fairey Firefly

      The Fairey Firefly

      $27.95

      Description: A .25-size British fighter-bomber

      Designed by Vance Masher, the Fairey Firefly is a 1/10-scale model of a WW II and Korean War-era British naval fighter-bomber that served aboard aircraft carriers. It uses traditional light-weight balsa and plywood construction, and the plans feature detailed illustrations for the scale flap mechanism used on the full-size aircraft.
      Additional Information:

      • Type: 1/10-scale fighter-bomber
      • Wingspan: 49.5 in.
      • Wing Area: 481 sq. in.
      • Weight: 4.75 lb.
      • Wing Loading: 22.75 oz/sq. ft.
      • Engine Req'd: .25 to .40 glow or electric
      • Engine Used: O.S. .25
      • Radio Req'd: 5 to 6 channels (rudder, ailerons, flaps, retracts, elevator and throttle)
      • Difficulty Level: 3
      • Sheets: 3

      Difficulty Level:
      LD3
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      Super Fli

      Super Fli

      $27.95

      Description:This contest-winning design of Phil Kraft's full-scale airplane won the first contest it entered. The package includes engineering drawings of the full-scale airplane for documentation. Buils up as a pattern plane out of balsa, foam and ply.
      Additional Information: WS: 60 in.; L: 48.5 in.; Engine: .60 to 1.20; 4 channels; 2 sheets.
      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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      Sopwith Scout (PUP)

      Sopwith Scout (PUP)

      $27.95

      Description:Designed by Bud Roane, these fabulous scale plans for the famous WW I fighter feature scale-based construction with conventional materials. Plane has outstanding flight characteristics. WS: 49 in.; L: 39 in.; engine: .45 to .60; 4 channels; 2 sheets.
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      Dornier Do 23G

      Dornier Do 23G

      $27.95

      Description:This 1-inch-to-1-foot scale, twin-engine replica of the WW II German bomber captures all the airplane's lines and details for a very competitive R/C scale project.
      Additional Information: Beautifully drawn plans by Don Srull feature extensive, interesting construction. WS: 84 in.; L: 61 in.; engines (2): .35; 5 channels; 3 sheets;
      Difficulty Level: LD4
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      Fokker D-VII

      Fokker D-VII

      $34.95

      Description:Designed by Gary allen, this 1/4-scale Fokker D-VII uses traditional balsa and plywood construction and many standard, off-the-shelf hardware items. Originally powered by a SuperTigre 2500 glow engine, the D-VII would also be ideally
      Additional Information: powered by a Zenoah G-38 or G-45 gasoline engine. WS: 88 in.; L: 69.5 in.; 4 channels; 4 sheets
      Difficulty Level: LD3
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      Grumman American Lynx

      Grumman American Lynx

      $39.95

      Description:Designed by David P. Andersen, the Grumman American Lynx is a 1/3-scale, civilian general-aviation aircraft that's designed for AMA and FAI scale competition. It has fixed gear and flaps, and several formed accessories are available.
      Additional Information:
      • Wingspan: 98 in.
      • Length: 77 in.
      • Wing Area: 1,642 sq. in.
      • Weight: 33 lb.
      • Wing Loading: 46 oz./sq. ft.
      • Engine Req'd: 62cc to 80cc gas
      • Engine Used: Zenoah GT-80
      • Radio Req'd: 5 channel (rudder, elevator, throttle, ailerons, flaps)
      • Radio Used: Airtronics w/large 1/4-scale servos and 1000mAh battery pack
      • # of sheets: 5
      • Difficulty Level: 2

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      Albatros D.III

      Albatros D.III

      $39.95

      Description: A Giant-Scale WW I Biplane for Scale Competition

      Designed by Dave Johnson, the 1/3-scale Albatros D.III is a great flying WW I biplane that isn't at all difficult to build. It is scale in outline, and the fuselage is fully sheeted. The model can be built fully detailed for serious scale competition, or you and build it for sport flying, as it has excellent flight characteristics.
      Additional Information:

      • Type: Competition Scale Biplane
      • Wingspans: 118 in. (top), 112 in. (bottom)
      • Length: 93.5 in.
      • Wing Loading: 24.28 oz/sq. ft.
      • Weight: 35 lb.
      • Total Wing Area: 3,316 sq. in.
      • Engine Req'd: 3.5 to 4ci 2-stroke gas
      • Engine Used: Zenoah G-62
      • Req'd: 4 channel (rudder, throttle, elevator, aileron)
      • Radio Used: Futaba 14MZ
      • Prop Used: 28x8
      • Difficulty Level: 2
      • Sheets: 5

      Difficulty Level:
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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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      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.
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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.
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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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      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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      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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      English Electric Wren

      English Electric Wren

      $19.95

      Description:Designed for CO2 engines and rudder-only flying, this easy-to-construct design by John Walker is ideally suited to small fields and low-cost R/C flying. WS: 24 in.; L: 21.5 in.; Power: CO2; 1 channel; 1 sheet.
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      Difficulty Level: LD2
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      Field Box

      Field Box

      $19.95

      Description:Designed by Faye Stilley, this field box is compact and well-designed. The plans include a cut map, a drill map and a bill of materials. All the cuts can be made using one sheet of 1\4-inch-thick plywood. It's easy to carry, and it has a mercury
      Additional Information: switch that turns on the power panel when the lid is opened. There's room for a battery, a starter, an ESV and other necessary tools. It can be carried with the lid open, and it also serves as a transmitter stand.
      Difficulty Level: LD2
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      Aero Arrow

      Aero Arrow

      $19.95

      Description:Easy-to-build, balsa/foam, low-wing sport airplane that gives surprisingly good performance. This Floyd Manly design is great for the Sunday flier. WS: 52 in.; L: 42 in.; Engine: .40; 4 channels; 1sheet.
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      Difficulty Level: LD2
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      1/2A Stealth Sport

      1/2A Stealth Sport

      $19.95

      Description:This model is inexpensive to build and fly. The wide-body fuselage can easily house standard-size radios, and its high-tech boom construction sets it apart from the rest. Any 1/2A engine will make the Stealth Sport a lively performer.
      Additional Information: WS: 32 in. L: 24.5 in; engine: .049 to a Tee Dee .051; 2 channels; 1 sheet.
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      Wild Goose

      Wild Goose

      $19.95

      Description:An Andy Lennon design, the Wild Goose has three lifting surfaces and slotted flaps on the canard and on the wing. It uses the NASA 'safe-wing' LE droop design on the aft wing. The model is built using balsa and plywood construction methods.
      Additional Information: WS: 56.62 in.; L: 43.75 in.; area: 787sq. in.; engine .46; 2 sheet.
      Difficulty Level: LD2
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      Twin Trainer TT-1

      Twin Trainer TT-1

      $19.95

      Description:This design by Roy Day uses standard materials and construction techniques so it's an inexpensive way to work up to those large-scale twins, and it's a good flier. WS: 72 in.; L: 44.75 in.; area: 600sq in.; engine(2): .25 2-stroke; 2 sheets.
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      Difficulty Level: LD2
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