1978 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 3 to 6 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. 
1978
No. 209 $14

No. 210 $14

No. 211 $9
Seastrutz: RC Biplane, 3-channel for .19, wheels or pontoons. 
Simplex: FF Many years of development, many wins. .049-.051.  
Together IV: CL Rather large, impressive stunter, .46 engine. Consistent winner.
Feb.
1978
No. 212 $27

No. 213 $5

No. 214 $5
Miss America: RC Antique, famous historical model, 2 big sheets, .35-.40 engine.      
Eliminator II: CL Class A Speed, asymmetric design, a record job. (No photo available)
Bumbled Bee: FF Jean Pailet’s tail-first version, Indoor Easy B. 
Mar.
1978
No. 215 $19

No. 216 $14

No. 217 $5
Windlord: RC Ken Bates’ flying wing Sailplane is highly competitive.  
Mustang: CL Al Meyers’ lovely P-51 for .46, for Sport Scale or Stunt. 
Rocketeer A: FF Al Lidberg’s .02 replica of famed Schoenbrun Old-Timer.  
Apr. 
1978
No. 218 $29

No. 219 $19

No. 220 $9

No. 221 $5
Fairchild Ranger 24: RC Steve Sauger’s AMA Scale or Sport Scale, 2 big sheets .        
Fokker Universal: FF Jumbo Scale rubber-powered model by Bill Noonan . 
Bobcat: CL John Kilsdonk’s Slow Rat Racer, latest state-of-the-art .   
Insider: RC Primarily for Indoors, electric power, pulse rudder .   
May
1978
No. 222 $9

No. 223 $14

No. 224 $5
Winterhawk: RC Standard Class Sailplane is rugged, excellent soarer.  
Fly Baby: CL Scale model of famous homebuilt, for .35-.40 RC engines. 
Horsefly: RC Sport job for pulse rudder. 
June
1978
No. 225 $14

No. 226 $14
Ole Reliable: RC A 70-in. version of 1938 Old-Timer. For REM controls, .19-.25 engine.        
Spitfire: CL Profile (2 versions: built-up, solid) Stunter for .35 engine. 
July
1978
No. 227 $14

No. 228 $5
AG-1 Agrivation: RC 4-channel, .25-.40 engines, realistic trike gear, low wing.       
Fighters Two: CL 1/2A balsa profiles of Japanese Nate, U.S. P-26 Peashooter.
Aug. 
1978
No. 229 $19

No. 230 $9

No. 231 $5

No. 232 $5
The Solution: RC Pattern by deBolt for .40 power—lighter, highly aerobatic.   
AR-25: RC Tiny high-performance Sailplane for 2 channels, winglets.   
Tiny White Mouse: CL 1/2A-powered Mouse Racer is frequent big-time winner.    
Ms. Peach: FF Embryo endurance design by Bill Warner is a Nats winner. 
Sept.
1978
No. 233 $14

No. 234 $9

No. 235 $5
Sport 40: RC Trike-gear, shoulder-wing for .40-power, aerobatic.      
Typhoon: CL Profile for .15, WW II fighter by Paul Schaaf.    
Mentor: FF Very nice 40-in. towliner by VanHattum for small fields.
Oct.
1978
No. 236 $9

No. 237 $9
Dasher: RC Combination of Racing, Pattern characteristics, uses a .40 engine.      
Stits Jr.: CL World’s smallest plane, a good flier on .25-.35. 
Nov. 
1978
No. 238 $5 Wildcat: RC Ace pulse rudder, .02 Grumman fighter by Bowers and Srull.
Dec. 
1978
No. 239 $14

No. 240 $14

No. 241 $5

No. 242 $9

No. 243 $5
Blue Birds: RC Ken Willard’s marvelous "formation" plane, 4-channel, .10 power.    
Misflit: RC Randolph’s classy shoulder-wing sport job, 4-channel, .15 power. 
Ace-Dart: RC Scale-up of Ehling Dart, Ace pulse-rudder, Pee Wee .02 engine.  
Dakota: FF Scale-up of famous Dakota bipe, great fun with .049 power.
Super Burp: CL Record Jet Speed model, 1/2-size plan, full-size details.

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