1975 Plans Listing

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July
1975
No. 100 $14

No. 101 $9

No. 102 $9
No. 103 $14

No. 104 $5
Hinnant's F-5: RC For ultimate in maneuverability and smoothness. .60 Pattern job has it all.
Short Seamew: CL .40-powered, Class I Carrier model, good prototype lends itself to innovations.
French Wench: FF Classes 1/2A or A, an .049 or .051, a fully-tested design.
Kloud King: RC .15-.19 Old-Timer, based upon 1938
record-breaker FF.
Wiley Post Biplane: FF Petite, durable scale design for either rubber or RC tail-wagger (pulse rudder).
Aug. 
1975
 No. 105 $14

 No. 106 $14

 No. 107 $5

 No. 108 $14
Sportsman: Harold Ruark’s RC Cabin job with pretty, smooth lines, .40-powered, full-house.
Vought Kingfisher: CL Semi-scale, fully-stuntable model by Les King (for .15 to .35 engines). 
Aeronca K: FF 24 in. wingspan rubber indoor Scale old-time lightplane. It’s done 90 seconds. 
Electric One: RC Couldn’t be done? Dick Sarpolus’ Astro 25 job performs patterns.  
Sept.
1975
No. 109 $9

No. 110 $9

No. 111 $14

No. 112 $9

No. 113 $9
Quarter Midget: Bill Fuori’s RC From House of Balsa design, modifications for faster times.  
The Zipper: CL The latest in Scale Racers. John Kilsdonk job is a must for all racing fans.          
Max-a-Million: FF If a fleet of models is a problem, this is a good one for A/B and FAI.          
S’Neat: RC Sport Glider, a simple job that can be flown with or without engine.          
Cessna 150 Aerobat: CL Step up from 1/2A jobs, .09-powered easy-to-build semi-profile. 
Oct.
1975
No. 114 $24

No. 115 $14
No. 116 $5

No. 117 $5
deHavilland Comet: Ernie Violett’s CL Scale 1974 Nats first-place winner, a classic twin.      
Niris: RC Pattern plane which takes advantage of existing criteria.    
Electro-Lite: FF Hal Cover’s contest-type design VTOs—Hytork electric motor.   
Novice: FF A simple beginner’s A-1 Nordic, constructed entirely from sheet balsa.     
Nov. 
1975
No. 118 $5

No. 119 $9

No. 120 $19
GollyGeeWhiz: CL Dan Rutherford’s simple 1/2A-powered Combat job turns on a dime.   
Four Beginners Too: RC Basic RC trainer, .09s to .15s, for rudder, elevator, motor controls.   
Cathexis: FF Dave Parson’s FAI has auto-elevator and rudder; prop brake.
Dec. 
1975
No. 121 $19
No. 122 $5
Gremlin: RC Sturdy, aerobatic biplane, flies well on .35s up to .60s. 
Hot Wood: FF Twice a Nats winner in Rocket, an all-balsa, Jetex-powered job.

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