2002 Plans Listing

Make check or money order (payable in U.S. funds drawn on a U.S. bank) AMA, 5161 East Memorial Drive, Muncie, Indiana 47302. Please allow 1 to 3 weeks for delivery. Construction articles come with the MA plans when ordered or construction articles are available in the Model Aviation Digital Archives in the “Members Only” section of the AMA Web site.

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Jan.
2002

No. 920 $14

No. 921 $5

Wing Ding II: RC Electric model by Les Garber spans 36.38 inches.
Centigram Balance Scale: Drawing by Roger Carignan.
Feb.
2002

No. 922 $24

No. 923 $14

All American: RC Sport by Sarpolus based on Hal deBolt CL model.


Skyfire: 1/2A CL Aerobatics model by Larry Renger spans 36-1/2 inches.

Mar.
2002
No. 924 $24 Gee Bee Model Z: CL Aerobatics model by Jeff Kemp spans 52 inches.
Apr.
2002
No. 925 $14 Bird-E-Dog: Ernie Heyworth and Ed Lokken’s RC Electric Sport Scale model.
May
2002
No. 926 $14

No. 927 $14

No. 928 $9
JoeCat: RC sport jet by Beshar for Toki .18 DF unit spans 37 inches. 
Kairos: CL Stunt Model by Dixon for .46-.61 engine spans 58 inches.
Beta Blue Chip Racer: Rubber-powered FF Scale model designed by Tom Derber.
June
2002
No. 929 $26 Dewoitine D .338: Multimotor RC Electric Scale by Mikulasko spans 78-1/2 inches.
July
2002
No. 930 $24

No. 931 $14
Westland Lysander: RC Scale model by Baker for .25 spans 56 inches. 
1959 Ares: Champion CL Aerobatics model by Werwage spans 50-1/2 inches.
August
2002
No. 932 $9

No. 933 $5

No. 934 $5
Wing400: RC Electric flying wing by Hanley for Speed 400 spans 36 inches.
Kepler 450: CL speed-limit Combat model by Edwards for .21-.32 two-stroke. 
VariEze: FF Peanut Scale canard by Heckman spans 13 inches.
September
2002
  No additional plans.
October
2002
No. 935 $9 Classic 320: 1/2A Classic power design by Pailet for Cyclon .049 or equivalent.
November 2002 No. 936 $14 Prince: RC Sport Pattern Model by Robelen for O.S. .25 spans 51 inches.
December
2002
No. 937  $24

No. 938  $9
Clean Cut: RC sport aerobatic model by Sarpolus spans 90 inches.
Diamond Gem:
Compressed-air-powered FF sport model by Ken Johnson.

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