1979 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. 
1979
No. 244 $9

No. 245 $5

No. 246 $9

No. 247 $9
Spirit of the Springs: RC Sport Racer, REM for .09 to .15 engines, doubles at 1/4 Midget.     
Whip Control Eagle: CL Profile of F-15 fighter, easy to build, fun to fly.    
T-Craft: RC Nice-flying, pulse-rudder Scale, for .02 glow engine or electric. 
Wright Flyer: Authentic plans by Harry Robinson of real plane. (No photo available)
Feb.
1979
No. 248 $23

No. 249 $14

No. 250 $9

No. 251 $9

No. 252 $5
Pitcairn Mailwing: RC Beautiful classic bipe for 60, etc. Two plan sheets.    
Zilch: CL Doc Mathews updates Jim Saftig’s great Stunter. For .35 engine.     
Hiperbipe: FF Nats Scale winner of dramatic homebuilt bipe, for .049 engine.  
Snowbird: RC Delightful powered Soarer, cabin, .049 mounted on pylon. 
Little Devil: FF Rubber-powered to P-30 rules, tubular, wing on pylon.  
Mar.
1979
No. 253 $14 

No. 254 $14 
No. 255 $9 
Mitchell B-25: RC 4-ft., 1/2A twin-engine. Ace foam wing panels. Well-behaved.        
Aetos: CL Sporty, superlative-flying built-up profile. Fox .25, etc. 
Ciklon: FF WC Silver Medalist FAI, .15, automatics include tilt wing.
Apr. 
1979
No. 256 $35

No. 257 $9
No. 258 $9

No. 259 $9
Fairchild FC-2: RC Clapp’s great Sport Scale Fairchild. Two big sheets, for .60 engine.       
Astron: RC Bill Evans’ X-wing tailless biplane, aerobatic, for .19s.  
Martin MO-1: CL Hazen’s highly competitive Profile Carrier for Fox .36, etc.  
Chambermaid: FF Bill Henn’s superlative rubber-powered Scale winner. 
May
1979
No. 260 $14

No. 261 $9
No. 262 $5

No. 263 $5
Waco Custom Cabin: RC Don Srull’s Scaler for .15-.20, REM controls.   
Peliban: RC Sport bipe for .049, two ways: Ace pulse, 2-ch. mini.     
Crashmaster: CL Crash-proof trainer, 2 sizes: .15-.30, and .35-.40.   
Polly: FF Bill Blanchard’s great HL Glider, winner of many big contests.      
June
1979
No. 264 $14

No. 265 $24

No. 266 $14

No. 267 $9

No. 268 $9
The Jester: RC Dick Sarpolus’ ducted-fan Pattern-type aircraft for .40 power.  
Curtiss Coupe: RC Joe Jessee’s full-house, low-wing 1930’s Scaler for .19- .30 engine. 
Bebe Jodel: CL Mathews/Kruse Stand-Off Scale, simple ship, .19- .30 engine.   
Toothpicks: FF Morris’ TD .049 comp model, winner of both Canadian, AMA Nats. 
Paygo: FF Jim Mills’ simple Cargo/Payload. Nats winner in both events. Uses .02 engine.
July
1979
No. 269 $19

No. 270 $14
No. 271 $14
Cessna Skyhawk: RC Beautiful Scale by Fred Reese, 60 in. for .40 power.        
Onestone: RC Lightweight Sport/Pattern cross. 55 in., .25-.40 engine.  
Messerschmitt M20B: FF Bill Noonan’s 3/4 in. = 1 ft., Jumbo Rubber Cabin.     
Aug. 
1979
No. 272 $24

No. 273 $14

No. 274 $24
Ariel Sport: RC Bob Wischer’s Scalelike Pattern/Sport. For .60 engine. 
Pluto:CL/Profile Sport/Stunt for .35s, choice of foam or framed wing. 
Invader: RC Herb Smith’s magnificent AMA-FAI Sailplane, many wins. 
Sept.
1979
No. 275 $24

No. 276 $5
Malmo Junior Seaplane: RC Scale Swedish cabin, wheels, floats, .40 engine. Two sheets. 
**See Dec 1979
Oct.
1979
No. 277 $27

No. 278 $5

No. 279 $9

No. 280 $14
Ryan ST-A: RC 1/4-scale. Du-Bro drive, .60 engine. WW II trainer, two sheets.  
Stosser: FF Tom Nallen’s Rubber Scale, big winner FAC Nats.    
Hare: RC Successful 1/2 Pylon Racer. Simple and functional.    
Imitation: CL Ted Fancher’s .46 powered-Profile, contest-level performance. 
Nov. 
1979
No. 281 D Airchild: RC Owen Kampen’s realistic Sport Cabin, 4 ch., .20-.25.
Dec. 
1979
No. 276 $5

No. 282 $19

No. 283 $14

No. 284 $14
Cabin Fever: FF/Indoor Miller’s record-holding Manhattan Cabin.       
Gee Bee: RC Granger Williams’ magnificent Model Z for .40 engine.     
Panther: RC Doc Mathews’ scale-up, mod Old-Timer, .19-.25 engine.     
Rongeur: CL Rudner’s Fast Combat, data for FAI and Slow.

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