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    50th-Anniversary Snoopy’s Doghouse
    Designed by Al Signorino in 1969, Snoopy’s Doghouse has been a crowd favorite for more than 50 years.
    This article celebrates Snoopy’s golden anniversary and includes newly drawn CAD plans replacing the older
    plans. The “floor” is the wing, and the sides and roof are made with balsa sheets attached to a framework.
    Rigging cables (corner to corner) are used for additional reinforcement. These plans show the revised model
    from the April 1971 issue. WS: 24 3/8 in.; L: 32 in.; height: 19 in. (29 in. w/ Snoopy); area: 616 sq. in.; engine: .60;
    radio: 3-channel; LD: 2; 1 sheet;
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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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    Bean Box III

    Bean Box III

    $19.95

    Description:This small, rubber-powered design is just the ticket for jaded R/Cers in the winter months. Design by John Oldenkamp is ultra easy to build. WS: 16 in.; L: 14 in.; Power: Rubber; 1 sheet.
    Additional Information:
    Difficulty Level: LD1
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    1/12 Scale P-51 Combat

    1/12 Scale P-51 Combat

    $19.95

    Description:Designed by Tom Stryker, this 1/12-scale WW II dogfighter is designed to comply with the AMA 704 WW II Combat event. Simple balsa and plywood construction; no landing gear. The model has
    Additional Information: a fully symmetrical airfoil and wing that are built flat on the workbench. WS: 37.25 in.; engine: .15; 1 sheet.
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    Tooter

    Tooter

    $19.95

    Description:A perfect trainer, this Jim Bigley design is easy to control and easy to build, yet it's enough to teach the essentials of good building techniques. For 3-channel (rudder, elevator, throttle) R/C, but could be adapted for ailerons. Perfect for electric
    Additional Information: conversion. WS: 70 in.; L: 36 in.; area 600 sq. in; engine: .10; 3 channels; 1 sheet.
    Difficulty Level: LD1
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    Pietenpol Air Camper

    Pietenpol Air Camper

    $9.95

    Description:A cute but classic design, this F/F scale replica would be ideal for small R/C. Sid Miller design features stick construction. WS: 35 in.; L: 21.5 in.; engine: .049; 1 sheet
    Additional Information:
    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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    Zweilbox

    Zweilbox

    $19.95

    Description:If you're into hand-launched gliders, this balsa construction by John Oldenkamp should be just your cup of tea. WS: 17 in.; L: 20 in.; 1 sheet.
    Additional Information:
    Difficulty Level: LD2
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