1977 Plans Listing

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Jan. 1977 No. 169 $14
No. 170 $9

No. 171 $9
No. 172 $14
No. 173 $5
Dennyplane: RC version of famed cabin model kit from 1937, .19-.25 engine.     
Fast Blasta: CL AMA Fast Combat by noted designer Richard Wilkens.     
Dixie-Gal: FF Class A for .09 is high-performance airplane.    
Tutor : RC Cabin model with scale-like performance, .25-.35 engine.    
Tic Tac: FF All-balsa profile for .02 engine is a Bob Stalick design.  
Feb.
1977
No. 174 $14
No. 175 $5

No. 176 $9
Iron Dog: RC Quarter Midget Bell Airacobra has won many Pylon contests.        
PBA Special: CL .19-powered trainer can be modified for primary, basic, advanced.      
Que d’Coupe: FF For rubber power, this attractive Coupe has excellent performance.  
Mar.
1977

No. 177 $9

No. 178 $9
No. 179 $5
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No. 180 $9 .

Zonker: RC Canard has Pattern capability. For .40 power.       
Country Boy: FF by Jim Clem is thoroughbred, .049-.051 for 1/2A or A.  
PBA Special: CL Stunt version of the .19-powered Primary/Basic Trainer. (Plan 175 needed to build 179.

Bristol-M-1-Scout: RC .02-powered Scale for pulse rudder, small radios. 

Apr. 
1977
No. 181 $9
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No. 182 $14
No. 183 $5
Bed Check Charlie: RC Scale model of Russian "PT" trainer. For .09-.15 engine.       
Chipmonk 9: CL Scale-Stunt-type model by Pete Tindal. For .40-.46 engine.      
The Answer: RC and FF Cabin is .02-sized for Replica Old-Timer. 
May
1977
No. 184 $9
No. 185 $9
No. 186 $14
No. 187 $9
No. 188 $5
Seville: RC Sport low-wing Sailplane (80-in. wing) has excellent performance.  
Cheater Slow: CL Slow Combat model by Dan Rutherford is a frequent winner.     
Fancy Pants: RC Sport/Aerobatic low-wing has ply-skin fuselage, .25s to .45s.  
Big Boy: FF Unlimited Class rubber model, no frills, great performer.  
Rockette: FF model for Jetex-type power is a Nationals winner. 
June
1977
No. 189 $14
No. 190 $9
No. 191 $9
Vintage II: RC antique-type with old-time open fuse construction, uses a .60.  
Snake: CL Rat Racer by Dick Lambert, latest state-of-the-art.  
Mountaineer: RC Slope Soarer by Clarence Haught, good as you can get. 
July
1977
No. 192 $24
No. 193 $14

No. 194 $9
Chipmunk: RC Scale winner of 1976 World Championships and Nats.        
Stiletto: CL Les McDonald’s Stunt winner of 1976, 1980, 1982 FAI World Champs. 
Vol Libre: FF Rubber-powered Wakefield by Bob White. Great winner. 
Aug. 
1977
No. 195 $14

No. 196 $9

No. 197 $9
Hatz Biplane: RC Aerobatic Scale job takes .40-.50 with built-in muffler.      

Mirage: CL Sherwood Buckstaff’s Fast Combat, twice a Nats winner.      

Fokker T-2: FF Nats-winning Scale flier is electric powered, Astro 02, etc.    
Sept.
1977
No. 198 $14

No. 199 $9

No. 200 $5

No. 201 $5

No. 202 $5
Sportster: RC by deBolt, wing choice—aerobatics/racing.        

P-3:RC for Cox .09. Ace foam wings, step up from .049 jobs.   

Ole Reliable: CL Formula 40 Speed job. Snyder’s Nats winner.   

Roll Out: FF Hand-Launched Glider has pop-up dethermalizer.    

Avenger: CL Profile for .049 uses sheet wing, maneuverable.   
Oct.
1977
No. 203 $24
No. 204 $19
Fokker D-VIII: RC sport scale for .45-.60. Two sheets. 
Cardboard Douglas M-2: CL 50-in. biplane for .40-power.
Nov. 
1977
No. 205 $9

No. 206 $9
Hot Rock: RC Aerobatics on .19-.40 engines. Simple tail-dragger.       

Air Camper: FF Pietenpol for 1/2A. Charming Old-Timer. Two sheets.   
Dec. 
1977
No. 207 $14

No. 208 $5
Livesey D.L. 5: RC English homebuilt for 3-channel, .15s. Exotic but easy, good flier.       
Swinger: CL 1/2A all-balsa swing-wing. Fly for fun or use for experiments.

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