BIG STUFF, a large rubber powered model by well known British modeler, C.E. Bowden. A gas engine enthusiast, this model from the December 1941 issue of Aeromodeller magazine was created to allow model flying during wartime restrictions.
004005 - BIG STUFF
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Ken Willard, a prolific designer of small free flight and R/C models had his designs appear in most of the various magazines over the years. He also wrote the "Sunday Flier" column for many years. This model was in the January 1970 issue of RC Modeler magazine.
003952 - SHOWMASTER
This editon of Fixit Wright's adventures is from the April 1955 issue of Flying Models Magazine.
Download the December-January 1966 issue of FLYING MODELS.
003955 - GNAT, a slick looking small free flight job by Flying Models editor Don McGovern. Kind of different from his often massive free flight jobs. A pretty little ship.
003956 - MISTER E by Ted Strader, a cocky 50” span low-wing sport RC ship, for slightly larger field flying.
003957 - SPIRIT OF ST LOUIS by Paul Palanek. U-Control Scale Ship with a 46 inch wing span. Nice looking model but definitely not a hot stunt type.
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