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Joe Konefes, best known for designing the "Buzzard Bombshell" ignition-powered free flight model in the 1930s, designed the "Cloud Snooper", with the design scaled up or down to suit various engine sizes. The Cloud Snooper is a conventional structure cabin model that would be legal for various vintage competition classes for "Old Timer" aircraft, either free flight or radio assist. For pure r/c sport flying, electric propulsion and rudder/elevator controls would...
With howling power, you need a plane that grooves all the way up to the top.
Design of this 1/2A was undertaken in early 1957 when, with the advent of the Holland Hornet, it became apparent that the .049 power race was not yet over. The Asteroid is nearly thirty per cent larger than most 1/2A designs, but with the light wing loading, and the power to back it up, it's a threat in any contest.
Contest balsa of from four- to six-pound stock, is used throughout the construction, unless otherwise...
Paddy's Wagon is Pat Tomasulo's 1/2 A competition free flight designed in the mid 1950s for robustness in a small size model. The model features a high wing pylon mount, NACA 6409 wing airfoils, and constant chord planforms for easier building. The wing has 1/32 balsa LE sheeting on the top surface for additional strength and stiffness. The model would be a good 'vintage' sport free flight design today but prospective builders should keep in mind the power output of the 1950s .049s for which...
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