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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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    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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    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: 92.75 in.; L: 62.75. 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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    Chance Vought SB2U-1 Vindicator

    Chance Vought SB2U-1 Vindicator

    $27.95

    Description:This pre-WW II Navy classic is a large 1/6-scale model not recommended for beginners because of its size and complexity. However, this Doc Keith design uses conventional materials and
    Additional Information: construction techniques, so a modeler with reasonable skills and experience should have little difficulty. WS: 84 in.; L: 84 in.; area: 1220 sq. in.; engine: 2ci or larger; 7 channels; 3 sheets.
    Difficulty Level: LD4
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    Big Hots

    Big Hots

    $27.95

    Description:One of the best flying giant models of all time, this Dan Santich design observes the great tradition of the original Hots family. Simple construction
    Additional Information: methods on two huge full-size drawings make a quick-to-build model that flies well. WS: 91 in.; L: 78 in.; area: 1800 sq. in.; engine: 1.5; 4 channels; 3 sheets.
    Difficulty Level: LD2
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