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    Ryan STA

    Ryan STA

    $27.95

    Description:This classic design combines the aesthetic qualities of 'golden age' aircraft with modern-day aerobatic performance. Burnis Fields' 1986 1/4-scale plans are beautifully
    Additional Information: drawn and include building illustrations. WS: 91 in.; L: 67.5 in.; area: 1296.75 sq. in.; engine: 1.5; 5 channels; 3 sheets.
    Difficulty Level: LD4
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    Lockheed C-130 Hercules

    Lockheed C-130 Hercules

    $19.95

    Description:Skip Mast's giant-scaler is based on the huge Lockheed Hercules. This airplane is virtually a college-level course in foam-building techniques. Foam sections are covered
    Additional Information: with sheet balsa. WS: 102 in.; L: 75 in.; area: 1020 sq. in.; engine: (4) .19 to .25; 6 to 8 channels; 1 sheet.
    Difficulty Level: LD4
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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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    Glasair

    Glasair

    $27.95

    Description:This is a fine scale model that flies well and looks good. This Ron Sebosky-designed aircraft is between 1/4 and 1/3 scale, but it's not at all ungainly. Construction is of
    Additional Information: balsa, plywood and hardwood. WS: 71 in.; L: 57 in.; area: 781 sq. in.; engine: .90 to 1.20; 4 channels; 3 sheets.
    Difficulty Level: LD3
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    Giant Scale Tiger Moth

    Giant Scale Tiger Moth

    $34.95

    Description: A 30-percent, precision classic!

    Designed by scale competitor Gary Allen, this is a great-flying classic biplane. Traditional balsa and plywood construction is used throughout, and the rigging wires are functional. The plans include many scale details to build any of several variants.
    Additional Information:

    • Type: Giant-scale biplane
    • Wingspan: 105.6 in.
    • Length: 86.1 in.
    • Wing Area: 2,822 sq. in.
    • Wing Loading: 19.6 oz./sq. ft.
    • Weight: 24 lb.
    • Engine used: Zenoah G-45 with a Bisson Pitts-style muffler
    • Prop used: Moki 22x10
    • Radio req'd: 4-channel (aileron, elevator, throttle and rudder)
    • Difficulty Level: 3
    • Sheets: 4

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    Difficulty Level:
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    Fokker D-VIII

    Fokker D-VIII

    $27.95

    Description:This huge 1/10-scale treatment of Germany's famous WW I parasol fighter ties an enjoyable building experience with an ideal beginners' giant-scale airplane. Extensive scale-like
    Additional Information: construction using conventional materials. Bob Dunn was the project director on this Southern Tier Aero Radio Society (STARS) design. WS: 98 in.; L: 66 in.; engine: 2.4; 4 channels; 3 sheets.
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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.
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    Classic Sport Bipe

    Classic Sport Bipe

    $27.95

    Description:This lightly loaded, Great Lakes look-alike is an ideal aerobatic airplane that's extremely impressive when equipped with smoke. Designed by Gerald Garing.
    Additional Information: WS: 72 in.; L: 65 in.; area: 1640 sq. in.; engine: 1.8; 4 channels; 3 sheets.
    Difficulty Level: LD3
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