1984 Plans Listing

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Jan. 
1984
No. 429 $9
No. 430 $9
Over E-Z: CL Late '40s bipe Stunter, .25 engine.       
Ironside: RC Compact, "frisky" 3-ch. sport flier for .10-.15 engines.
Feb.
1984
No. 431 $24

No. 432 $14
Lockheed P-38: RC Fun-scale, twin .15 engine flier for 4-channels. Two sheets. 
Phoenix: CL Updated Thunderbird-style Stunter for .35-.40 engines.  
Mar.
1984
No. 433 $9

No. 434 $9

No. 435 $14
Watts Up: RC Electric-powered glider for 2-3 channels, 035 motor, spans 52 in. 
Sly Sir: CL 1/2A, foam-wing, Combat ship won at the ‘83 Nats. Uses TD .049-.051 power. 
This ‘N That: RC Aerobatic biplane for .40 engines, 4-channels. Great for sport flying.
Apr. 
1984
No. 436 $24

No. 437 $9

No. 438 $5

No. 439 $9
Ryan B-5 Brougham: RC Scale for 4-ch., .40-size 4-cycle engines, spans 63 1/2 in. Two sheets.  
Kingfisher: CL Profile Carrier plane spans 40 1/2 in., uses .35 engine.        
Cruiser: FF Embryo Endurance rubber-powered fun ship has big-model characteristics.    
Desperado: RC Flying wing with unique negative dihedral, flies with 4-ch. and .19-.40 power. Foam wing.
May
1984
No. 440 $24

No. 441 $9

No. 442 $14

No. 443 $14
Cavalier: RC Old-Timer-like new design has huge wing for slow, easy flights. For .35 power, 3 ch., 2 sheets.   
Nit Wit: FF Hot, small lightweight competition ship for .15 power by designer Harry Murphy.     
Lazy Duck: RC Big canard sport flier for 1/2A-.09 power, 2 channels. Uses many foam board parts.        
Turbo Porter: CL Scale for .25 power. Simple lines for easy building. Two sheets. 
June
1984
No. 444 $14

No. 445 $19
Firebolt: RC Pusher canard has swept-forward wings. For 4 channels and .40 power.      
Nesmith Cougar: CL Scale model of popular homebuilt for .21 engine, spans 41 in. Nats winner. 
July
1984
No. 446 $9

No. 447 $14
LeCrate: RC Electric-powered sport flier for 05 motors, 3-ch., 2 versions—parasol or cabin.    
1/2A Miss America: RC Old-Timer 1/2A Texaco model for .049 glow, 2-channels.
Aug. 
1984
No. 448 $9

No. 449 $14

No. 450 $5


No. 451 $24
Screamin' Eaglet: RC Partial plan for modifying Goldberg’s Eaglet kit for hotter aerobatics.   
Softee: CL Sport/Stunt plane for .40-size 4-stroke engine builds fast and easy.        
Civy Boy 74: FF CO-2 power flies this 24-in.-span replica of famous 1949, long-tailed competition ship.        
Elf Biplane Senior: RC Redesign of Ehling’s 1937 FF biplane, 3- or 4-ch. RC, .29-.40 power. 2 sheets. (No photo available.)
Sept.
1984
No. 452 $34

No. 453 $14

No. 454 $5
Gee Bee Z: RC Quarter Scale spans 71 1/2 in., uses .90 power. Four sheets.     
Smoothie Profile: CL Profile rendition of Palmer’s super-Stunter, for .35 power.       
Sweet P-30: FF Neat Outdoor Rubber P-30-class competition model. 
Oct.
1984
No. 455 $24

No. 456 $24
Mister Mulligan: CL Big Scale model spans 56 in., uses .60 power. Two sheets.  
Hi-Tech 2001: RC Ducted-fan canard for .25 power looks futuristic; spans 38.78 in. Three sheets. 
Nov. 
1984
No. 457 $14
No. 458 $14
No. 459 $5
Spectra: RC Electric-power craft uses 3 different wings for Soaring, Stunt, or Sport, 05, 6-8 cells.   
Dauntless: CL Profile Carrier for .15-power events. Two sheets.        
Sky Pursuit: FF Old-Timer Rubber power: 1932 Joe Ott design. Spans 23 in. 
Dec. 
1984
No. 460 $14
No. 461 $14
No. 462 $9
4-40: RC Shoulder-wing sport flier for 4-cycle, .40-size engines.     
Trixter Barnstormer: CL Old-time Stunt favorite for .35 engines.      
Pomilio PE: FF Jumbo Rubber Scale of WW I Italian observation biplane.

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