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Another batch of classic plans and historical modeling topics for you. First off is one of the long series of Jasco gliders, the Thermic 50X.

The download magazine for this month is the June 1961 issue of
Model Airplane News with the usual projects but this time including a DIY wind tunnel.

Lazy Joe is a rubber powered sport flyer.

Lazy Joe is a rubber powered sport flyer that should be easy to build, particularly since the author says that that that’s how he designed it.

Douglas Rolfe drawings showing Naval Aviation History. Would make good posters when printed out at 100% and framed on the wall of the “man cave”.

Norm Rosenstock was involved in all sorts of modeling and his Electron was the first RC design published in Flying Models back in December of 1953.

Norm Rosenstock was involved in all sorts of modeling and his Electron was the first RC design published in Flying Models back in December of 1953.

Douglas Rolfe drawings showing Naval Aviation History. Would make good posters when printed out at 100% and framed on the wall of the “man cave”.

A little known UC Stunt model called Go Devil, a design by Bob Palmer and kit by Hi Johnson. The plan is from Olan Atherton.

Back during WWII learning to identify all of the different kinds of aircraft, known as Aircraft Spotting, was commonly taught. Included in this months issue is the download link for the 1943 AIRCRAFT SPOTTER book from the collection of the late Dick Gleason.

Midwest Model Aircraft, best known for their Gollywock design, had other competition rubber powered model kits too. One of these, known as the Cosmo, is included in this issue.

Roy Clough was well known for his unusual experimental model designs and we include in this issue one of his helicopter models. Also included is a fairly thorough explanation of the problems of free flight helicopter models.

How about a boat for a change? Up-An-Adam is a fairly simple to build outboard cruiser for radio control. Looks easy to build but sure takes a lot of balsa wood.

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