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"Tomboy" is a cabin fuselage sport free flight model designed by noted British model designer and flier Vic Smeed. The plane is designed for beginners and is thus quite easy to build and fly. Recommended power plants are .5 to 1.5 cc diesels and options shown include enlarging the stock 36" wingspan to 44" and adding floats for rise-off-water fun. The Tomboy would be easily converted to radio controlled rudder and elevator as well as electric propulsion,
Ever wondered about the origin of the word 'Klutz'? Read on - and if you can pass up this .40 powered, four channel biplane, you've left your soul on the outside aisle of a 747. Flyin' Flivver by Bob Wallace.
Recently discovered in the musty archives of the Planeville Museum of Early Aviation History, and now available for the first time to the R/C modeling world in the form of a .40 powered minature, comes the 1929 Klutz Flyin' Flivver.
The original Flyin' Flivver was designed and built in...
Perseus IIIa is a vintage rubber-powered sport free flight, 34" span, designed by W. S. Elliott. The structure is designed for light weight throughout, note the lightening holes suggested for the wing ribs. The wing's slight sweepback is interesting and provides a distinctive appearance in flight. A pop-up stabilizer dethermalizer is strongly recommended to prevent flyaways in a thermal or breezes. Thanks to "pappaflyer" for providing this vintage free flight design!
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