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Little Deer is Jack Allen's sport free flight model, designed for a small glow or diesel motor; a .5 cc (appr. .030 CID) DC Dart diesel motor is shown on the plans. The model sports a high pylon, elliptical flying surfaces, generous wing dihedral, and the horizontal stabilizer installed well above the fuselage on top of the vertical stabilizer, a t-tail layout. If intended to be flown with an 049 or 051 CID glow engine, the presently smallish plane could be enlarged to safely handle the...
Little Joe is a 'cute' low-wing 1/2A sport control-liner designed by Carl Snyder in the early 1950s. The 21" span plane has a attractive racer-like appearance and would be well suited for a Cox reed-valve engine or equivalent power motor, not a high-revving competitive motor such as a TD 049, Holland Hornet, or a CS 049. This editor notes that the plane is built with substantial amounts of 1/32" balsa for wing and fuselage planking. Working with balsa sheet this thin requires extra...
Little Sabre is a 1/2A sport control-line model, a "sorta scale" of the F-86 Sabre jet, designed by Walt Musciano for Scientific Models in the early 50s. Common to Musciano's numerous other similar aircraft, the 18" span Little Sabre is all-balsa with a hollowed out "balsa log" fuselage and all-sheet flying surfaces. A more practical, and lighter, fuselage would easily be created using a simple 'box' construction or a simple sheet balsa profile fuselage. The drawing...