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    Airco DH2

    Airco DH2

    $19.95

    Description: A Classic WWI Pusher Biplane

    Designed by David Johson, the DH2 is a unique, nicely detailed WWI aircraft that will draw attention whenever you fly it! It is a traditional stick-and-tissue model, and it features functional wing rigging and a pull-pull control system.
    Additional Information:

    • Type: Classic WWI Pusher Biplane
    • Wingspan: 32 in.
    • Length: 25.5 in.
    • Wing Area: 268 sq. in.
    • Wing Loading: 4.68 oz/sq. ft.
    • Weight: 9.2 oz.
    • Motor Used: geared Graupner Speed 280
    • Servos Used: GWS Pico
    • Radio Used: Futaba 8UAP
    • Prop Used: GWS 11x4.7
    • ESC Used: GWS 10A
    • Battery Used: Kokam 2-cell, 740mAH
    • Difficulty Level: 2
    • Sheets: 1

    Difficulty Level:
    LD2
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    Pacer (full-size)

    Pacer (full-size)

    $19.95

    Description:Sal Taibi's 1941 winner for free flight or R/C, reproduced from the original 1942 issue of MAN. WS: 60 in.; L: 44.5 in.; Engine: .35; 3 channels; 1 sheet.
    Additional Information:
    Difficulty Level: LD2
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    Rudder Bug

    Rudder Bug

    $19.95

    Description:This R/C airplane was designed by Walt Good for rudder-only operation. First published in May 1949, the original was powered by a Delong .30 engine; crutch-based fuselage construction
    Additional Information: with a built-up open-structure wing. WS: 74 in.; L: 50 in.; engine: .30; 2 to 3 channels; 1 sheet.
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    S4

    S4

    $19.95

    Description:This three-foot gas model designed by Malcolm J. Abzug first appeared in the January 1939 issue of Model Airplane News. Designed originally for .099 engines, it'll fly nicely on an .020.
    Additional Information: Area: 241 sq. in.; Engine: .020 to .10; 1 sheet.
    Difficulty Level: LD3
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    Spook 72

    Spook 72

    $19.95

    Description:This golden oldie from 1940 was originally kitted by Model Craft and flown with an Ohlsson .60, but it should fly very nicely on .30 to .35 glow-engine power, free flight or R/C. The design by John Muir, Barney Snyder and Stuart Jones has a
    Additional Information: graceful gull wing and all built-up construction. WS: 74 in.; L: 50 in.; engine: .60; 3 channels; 1 sheet.
    Difficulty Level: LD3
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    Taylorcraft

    Taylorcraft

    $19.95

    Description:This R/C 'sort-of-scale' model of Duane Cole's clipped-wing T-Craft is really a pattern ship in disguise, but it's docile enough to be an intermediate trainer. The Hal deBolt design
    Additional Information: features his usual construction style in balsa and ply. WS: 55.5 in.; L: 41.5 in.; engine: .40; 4 channels; 1 sheet.
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    The Answer

    The Answer

    $19.95

    Description:A Class-A classic free-flighter, reprinted from the MAN August 1940 issue. The Gordon Murray design features an unusual single-surface elliptical wing and built-up fuselage.
    Additional Information: WS: 43 in.; L: 31 in.; Engine: .19; 3 channels; 1 sheet.
    Difficulty Level: LD4
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    Thunderbolt

    Thunderbolt

    $19.95

    Description:Designed by Hal deBolt, the Thunderbolt is an R/C version of the 1940 free-flight model. Constructed of balsa and ply, the fuselage has a tubular design and uses planking over formers.
    Additional Information: The model features a removable engine pod, requires a 3-channel radio and has a pull-out radio tray and retractable main gear. WS: 43 in.; L: 35.5 in.; engine: .15 to .23 glow.
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