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This model from the early days of multi channel RC was built to test Harold deBolt's theories on aerobatic aeroplanes. A very interesting model. The radio gear was housed in a box that slid into the model, unfortunately very little detail is given about this. Wings, tailplane and undercarriage are held on by rubber bands. The hinging and control system for the inset ailerons is quite amazing! Control area's look small to the modern eye but it should be remembered that at this time there was no...
Zoomerang was designed by Keith Laumer for Flying Models August/September 1961 as a rubber powered free flight model aircraft. (Mr. Laumer also notes the option to build the Zoomerang as a control line model aircraft.) The wingspan of this Zoomerang is 29 3/4 inches with a 5 1/2 inch chord, the length of the fuselage is 20 1/2 inches. The construction of the wing is simplified somewhat by having a constant chord wing i.e. one rib pattern. The free flight version of the Zoomerang has one and a...
If you're looking for a BIG r/c sailplane to build and fly on extended duration flights, the 126" span
Caracara may be the answer. Designed by Leonard Oakley, this sailplane has rudder, elevator, and spoilers and would be best flown off a strong winch on a large flying field, or from a slope soaring site with a large "lift zone". Although the mechanics of transporting this size aircraft are daunting, large sailplanes have one major advantage over smaller sailplanes: the...