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    The HooDoo

    The HooDoo

    $14.95

    Designed by Pat Tritle, the HooDoo is a great flying low-wing free flight model that’s very easy to build. It makes a great introduction to stick-and-tissue construction, and is very straightforward to build and fly.

    Span: 26 in.; Length: 22 3/8-in.; Power: 3/16-inch Tan Rubber; LD: 1; 1 Sheet; $14.95
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    Trishula

    Trishula

    $16.95

    Designed by Mark Rittinger, the Trishula is a radical-looking, forward-swept-wing design that has great performance. It is not a beginner plane to build or fly. Using foam-core wings, the design has retracts and uses traditional model-airplane construction. Be sure to keep everything square and properly aligned and you’ll have an amazingly-high-performance airplane.
    WS: 51 in.; L: 56 in.; Radio: 4-channel; Power: E-flite Power 32; LD: 3; 1 sheet;
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    Sopwith Camel

    Sopwith Camel

    $29.95

    Designed by Gerry Yarrish, this 1/4-scale WW1 biplane has the looks of the classic British dogfighter and the heart of a sport flyer. It is CAD designed and laser-cut parts are available. Easy to build, the Camel has a 1-piece top wing and plug in lower wing panels. Complete building details are available at: modelairplanenews.com/camel1.
    Span: 84 in.; Length: 57 in.; Power: Zenoah G-38; LD: 2; 4 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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    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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    Swallow 2

    Swallow 2

    $19.95

    Designed by Bob Aberle, the Swallow 2 is a Sport-Scale park flyer design. It is very easy to build and fly, and it uses basic balsa and lite-ply construction. Its high-aspect-ratio wing design and built-in wingtip washout give it forgiving landing characteristics.

    Wingspan: 39 in.; Length; 24 in.; Weight: 12oz., Power: 2204-19 Brushless motor; LD: 2; 1 Sheet
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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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