2004 Plans Listing

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January 2004 No. 950  $24 BareCat 650-C: CL Sport Stunt model by Netzeband spans 54-1/4 inches
February 2004 No. 951 $24

No. 952 $24

Douglas O-46A: RC Sport Scale model by Baker spans 54 inches
Lavochkin LaGG-3:
Felton’s CL Sport Scale design made from cardboard
March 2004 No. 953  $14

No. 954  $9

No. 955  $14

USA-1: Multiple-award winning CL Stunt model by Werwage spans 61-1/2 inches
B-2 Spirit Stealth Bomber: Electric FF model by Ken Johnson spans 42 inches
Electric Flash: Electric-powered RC park flyer by Stewart spans 28 inches
April 2004 No. 956  $14 Grumman F-4F Wildcat: Jim Ryan's RC Electric fighter spans 30.6 inches
May 2004 No. 957  $19 Right Angle: RC sport aerobatic model by Sarpolus spans 62 inches
June 2004 No. 958  $14

No. 959  $24
Patriot: CL Classic Stunt model by Phelps spans 57.5 inches
Cruiser 60: D.B. Mathews' RC sport model is a follow-up to 40-size design

No. 960  $9

No. 961  $14

Wittman D-12 Bonzo: CL 1/2A Golden Age racer by Beatty spans 18.125 inches
ITSA Bird: Indoor electric RC sport model by Katz spans 45 inches
No. 962  $14

No. 963  $24

No. 964  $9
Electric Flight Box: Electric modelers will benefit from this design
North American T-28 Trojan: First published “Skinny Scale” design spans 60 inches
Kingcobra: FF Scale design by Fineman spans 22 inches
No. 965  $14 Jerseyan: CL classic Stunt design by John D’Ottavio spans 54 inches
No. 966 $9 Microball: Electric-powered RC park flyer by Aberle spans 24 inches

No. 967 $27

MiG-3: RC Fun Scale WW II design by Dick Sarpolus spans 88 inches
No. 968 $19 Snorter: RC Electric “Fantasy Scale” design by Hunton spans 42 inches.

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