More good stuff this month, including the June 1950 issue of FLYING MODELS to be downloaded.
They are LITTLE MISSLE, a Half-A U-Control stunter that the author claims can do the Stunt Pattern.
#035079 - LITTLE MISSLE.
Henry Struck's well known BOOTSTRAPS which was later to be a Berkeley kit.
#003094 - BOOTSTRAPS.
SUPER WHIPLASH by Dick Sarpolus From FLYING MODELS September 1976.
Chuck Roedel and Dick Sarpolus.
#035083 - SUPER WHIPLASH.
Scale version of the classic MONOCOUPE. A really nice looking medium sized RC scale ship that is instantly recognizable and will be admired at the field.
Tony and Frank collaborated on the project..
#035084 - MONOCOUPE.
The Fabre HYDRAVION is again a Stand-Off-Scale ship, but this time of a 1910 airplane that was the first to take off from the water. Looks complicated but the author says it's really easy to build.
#035085 - HYDRAVION.
Remember the paper cut-out flying models in General Mills cereal boxes during the later years of WWII? Well the AMA, in cooperation with General Mills has been re-issuing several of them. This issue includes a "RUSSIAN YAK I-26" version.
RUSSIAN YAK I-26.