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    Monster model airplane plan

    Monster  ( 29.9 in. / 76 cm )

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    Monster Plan A-9C Type Model FF Sport Glider. Wingspan 76cm. Designer Ray Acord. Magazine AeroModelismo May 1950 More info here https://rcbookcase.com/details.php?publication_id=1352

    Monster Details:
    Type: Glider
    Class: Free-Flight
    Use: Sport
    Wingspan: 29.9 in. / 76 cm
    Publisher: AeroModelismo
    Designer: Ray Acord
    Date: 05/1950
    Plan File Info:
    ID: 100002
    File Size: 98.7 KB
    Added: 08/02/2018 16:24
    Updated: 08/02/18 04:24:13pm

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    Wakefield 1950 model airplane plan

    Wakefield 1950  ( 43.3 in. / 110 cm )

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    Wakefield 1950 Plan A-9B Type Model FF Sport Trainer. Wingspan 110cm. Highwing. Engine Rubber. Designer George Reich. Magazine AeroModelismo May 1950 More info...

    Wakefield 1950 Details:
    Type: Airplane
    Class: Free-Flight
    Use: Trainer
    Motor: Rubber-Band-Powered
    Wingspan: 43.3 in. / 110 cm
    Publisher: AeroModelismo
    Designer: George Reich
    Date: 05/1950
    Plan File Info:
    ID: 100000
    File Size: 358.7 KB
    Added: 08/02/2018 10:32
    Updated: 08/02/18 10:32:51am

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    Snobber model airplane plan

    Snobber  ( 54.3 in. / 138 cm )

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    Snobber Plan A-9A Type Model FF Sport Pylon. Wingspan 138cm. Highwing. Engine xxx Designer Dick Everet. Magazine AeroModelismo May 1950 More info...

    Snobber Details:
    Type: Airplane
    Class: Free-Flight
    Use: Pylon-Racer
    Motor: Gas-Powered
    Wingspan: 54.3 in. / 138 cm
    Publisher: AeroModelismo
    Designer: Dick Everet
    Date: 05/1950
    Plan File Info:
    ID: 99999
    File Size: 313.3 KB
    Added: 08/02/2018 08:58
    Updated: 08/02/18 08:58:53am

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    Hoosier Hot-Shot model airplane plan

    Hoosier Hot-Shot  ( 75 in. / 190.5 cm )

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    The Hoosier Hot-Shot is a large (75" span) 'boxy' rudder-only model designed in the early 1950s by E.R. Foxworthy for a gasoline 'ignition' model airplane motor - a Dennymite is shown on the...

    Hoosier Hot-Shot Details:
    Type: Airplane
    Class: Radio-Control
    Use: Sport
    Motor: Gas-Powered
    Wingspan: 75 in. / 190.5 cm
    Publisher: Air Trails
    Designer: E. R. Foxworthy
    Date: 05/1950
    Plan File Info:
    ID: 81919
    File Size: 1.8 MB
    Added: 28/03/2015 20:17
    Updated: 22/08/18 04:23:13am

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