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"Tall Texan" is a sport semi-scale model loosely resembling the classic AT-6 primary trainer. Designed by J. G. Chapis
and published in RCM magazine, the plane spans 48" and is designed for .09 to .15 CID glow motors. To speed construction
along, the plane makes use of Ace foam wings which were once readily available, and can still be found in garage sales
and on-line. The Tall Texan's box fuselage and sheet balsa tail surfaces are simplicity personified, and the plane would be...
This model plan brings back many memories for this editor! The Veco Tomahawk is a sport and combat trainer control line model, sized for a .19 to .35 CID glow engine anddesigned by "engine man" Clarence Lee for Veco Models (aka Henry Engineering Co.) then based in Burbank CA. My Tomahawk was powered by a Fox 35 stunt engine and provided many hours of fun control line flying in the early 60s, one of my first "big" engine powered models. The model is quite straightforward...
The Whitman Publishing Company rendered this construction drawing based on American model designer Jim Noonan's plans for a 16" span sport free flight model of the V-tail Beechcraft Bonanza. Design construction is extremely light and this particular model is best suited for indoors flying. Lightweight materials are required for best performance along with careful building for proper alignment and assembly. A tip for adjusting flight trim for proper turns with v-tail models: think of...