A nice much smaller rubber scale plan for a Spitfire. You could build it with the scrap balsa left over from the T-Craft.
Remember the 9 foot Taylorcraft kit from Miniature that was advertised for about $20 including 4-1/2x air wheels.
Here’s the another in our series of downloads from the DigitekBooks archives. A rare 1933 model supply catalog donated by Jeff McCammant.
Take a look for some clips including the new Honda Jet. Probably won’t replace the Piper Cub but is a nice looking airplane. Also a clip about the Boeing observation plan that was nosed out by the Cessna Bird Dog in an Army competition.
Triumphant is a UC stunter built to show off the Triumph engine.
The website ENDLESS LIFT which has a lot of ideas for working with simple models with kids.
One of those Douglas Rolfe collections of airplane drawings from Air Trails is included this month. This time he covers the early beginnings of the lightplane.
Full size plans for a Cameron 19 powered scale Skyraider. Pretty sure that’s the aircraft that my kid brother was flying when he was shot down.
Download the December 1971 issue of RC Playboy (OOPS, I mean RC Modeler).
Jasco Thermic C.
Download the another in our series of downloads from the DigitekBooks archives - a Radioplane brochure loaned by Al Lidberg.
The Crossbow Launch by Frank Ehling.
Baby Boomer FF for the K&B Infant engine.
What the heck is DigitekBooks? Well, just read on and find out.