1980 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. 
1980

No. 285 $14

No. 286 $14

Osprey 900: RC Ray Hayes’ FAI Glider, very fast times, many wins.     
Heinkel 100: CL Jack Sheeks’ Scale-theme Stunter for .35-.45 engine. 
Feb.
1980

No. 287 $19

No. 288 $9

No. 289 $9

No. 290 $5

Zlin 526: RC Bonnema’s Vegas-rules job, flown by Don Lowe. Uses .60-.91 engine.       
Manito: FF Tom Hutchinson’s .09 Pylon, compact for transport. 
Pete: CL Paul Schaaf’s .20-.30 powered Golden Age Racer.      
Fiat: FF Pat Daily’s Flying Aces Rubber Scale winner. 
Mar.
1980

No. 291 $24

No. 292 $14

Cap 20: RC Outstanding aerobatics, French Scale, .40 engine. Two sheets.      
Grumman Panther: CL Sport Carrier, great club project, for RC .35 engine.
Apr. 
1980

No. 293 $5

No. 294 $9

No. 295 $9

No. 296 $14

F7F Tigercat: FF Twin-engine, rubber-powered Scale.   
FAWF: CL AMA Fast Combat model features foam wing, .36 power. (No photo available)
Simitar Twin 'XIX': RC twin-engine flying wing, for two .19s, 4 ch., foam wing.       
Alpha: RC Pattern plane for .45 power, all balsa, builds fast.
May
1980

No. 297 $9

No. 298 $14
No. 299 $30

California Kid: FF .02 power with a flavor of the golden age. 
Lucky 14: CL Aerobatics plane for .40 power from Poland.      
Gee Bee Model Y Sportster: RC Scale for .91 power, two big, one small sheets.
June
1980

No. 300 $9

No. 301 $14

Modesty: RC Sport flier for .10-.15 power, 3 channels.
Messerschmitt Bf 110: CL Ashby’s Sport Scale version of Germany’s WW II night fighter, for two .25s.   
July
1980

No. 302 $9

No. 303 $14
No. 304 $9
No. 305 $14

Mini F-16: RC Ducted-fan .049 sport flier for 2 channels spans 36 in.  B
Beechcraft Staggerwing: CL Profile Sport-Stunt of this famous biplane, for .35-.40 glow engine.       
Honcho: FF Hot competition .049-powered, features variable incidence tail, dethermalizer.     
Straight Arrow: RC .049 Pattern plane for 3-ch., swept foam wing, ailerons, unique monowheel gear. 
Aug. 
1980

No. 306 $9
No. 307 $24

No. 308 $14

No. 309 $14

Nieuport 24 bis: RC partial plan updates VK Nieuport 17 to this version of the French WW I fighter.    
Pegasus: RC Super Sailplane, fiberglass fuse, T-tail, flaps, spoilers, spans 166 in.  
F6F Hellcat: CL Profile Navy Carrier for .35 power. 3-line control, throttle, flaps, aileron. 
Super Brigadier: RC Old-Timer update of the Berkeley kit of the '50s, 3-ch. for .19-.25. 
Sept.
1980

No. 310 $19

No. 311 $14

No. 312 $5
No. 313 $19

1930 Fleet Biplane: RC Sport Scale for .35-.40, 4 ch., 56 in. span, 1/6 scale. Two sheets.    
Vista 49: CL Big Sport Stunt for .60-power. Can fly on a .40. 
Dornier Do 335 A-O: FF Push-pull twin-prop Rubber Scale of unique WW II craft. 18-in. span.   
RC Special: RC Bill Winter’s updated 1948 design for .30 power, 3 ch. Two sheets.
Oct.
1980

No. 314 $14

No. 315 $5

No. 316 $19

Drake II: RC Sport flying boat for 3-ch., .15 power.  
Spullet: CL 1/2A Speed record holder. 
Eastbourne Monoplane: FF Scale for .049 power. Three sheets.  
Nov. 
1980

No. 317 $30
No. 318 $9

No. 319 $14

Schweizer TG3-A: RC Sport Scale Sailplane by Jack Hiner has 11-ft. span, 3-ch. Two sheets.    
Dirt Stripper: RC Sport flier for .19-.40, 3-ch. Rugged tail-dragger for rough fields.
Simple Toy: FF A-2 Towline Glider by Jim Wilson is a proven world-competition-class machine. 
Dec. 
1980

No. 320 $14

No. 321 $14

Wellington Bomber: RC Sport Scale for twin .10s, 4 ch., 65+in. span, by Frank Baker. 
T.C. Two: CL Sport Stunt for twin .20s features tricycle gear, profile fuselage, by Sarpolus.

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