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Short Scion Plans Download

Forberg's little twin is ideally suited for larger indoor sites, or for flying outdoors in your back yard or the local school ball field on calm evenings. The two GWS brushed motors and single ESC promise economical operation. Construction goes quickly, and you can build with any common sheet foam materials, or even balsa.

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Lanzo Bomber Plans

Another in Leon Shulman's series of foam old timers, Chester Lanzo's Lanzo Bomber is one of the most popular and successful old timers out there. Download the first PDF file below and take it to your local Kinko's or other print shop with an oversize printer, or download the set of files needed to print the plan on 12 letter size sheets.

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Blue Flash, A Glow Powered .25-.40 Size Sport Flyer

The July 2007 issue of Fly RC contains a free pull out plan for the Blue Flash, a glow powered .25-.40 size sport flyer.

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Micro Drake Plans Download

Thayer Syme designed his Micro Drake seaplane around ParkZone's 2.4GHz submicro equipment as introduced in their Minium Cessna Centurion. This diminutive flying boat spans 16 inches and weighs a scant .6 ounces. The Micro Drake will take off from a smooth surface such as a gym floor, and can even lift off the water in zero wind conditions. Download the plan offered here, and build your own Micro Drake for your backyard pool or the local school gym.

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John Worth’s Mrs. Lil

Way back 66 years ago I designed an original free flight tailless model I called the Lil Misery. Why that name? I can’t remember! The plans and a construction article for it were published in the July 1942 issue of Air Trails magazine. Lil Misery spanned 50 inches and flew great. It was powered with a spark ignition Atom engine and was very stable.

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Bob Aberle’s Boeing L-15 Scout Park Flyer

Bob Aberle's delightful version of this rarely modeled post-war observation plane is designed for flying in a local park or ball field with lightweight electric power. There are two versions of the plan available for free download. The single sheet plan measures 24 x 36 and can be printed at any print shop with a large format printer.

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Scott Christensen’s Micro Staggerwing

Scott's Micro Staggerwing is a tour de force in micro scale RC modeling. It was his wish that we share his plan for this model with our readers, and so we have decided to make it available as a free download to encourage as many people as possible to build a version of their own.

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