1985 Plans Listing

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Jan. 
1985
No. 463 $9

No. 464 $9
Platyhelminthes VI: RC 1/2A Pylon Racer is sturdy, all-built-up; uses aileron/elevator.        
Sundancer: CL 1/2A sport flier is all-balsa sheet. Can use Tee Dee .049.  
Feb.
1985
 No. 465 $19

 No. 466 $14

 No. 467 $5

Blue Max II: RC Fun-fly-type sportster for .40-size engines.
   
Competitor: CL Put a .60-size engine in this 850-sq.-in. competition Stunter.  
Alco Sport: FF Srull’s ‘83-Nats-winning rubber Scale ship spans 26 in. 

Mar.
1985
No. 468 $14

No. 469 $24
Smoother: CL Stunter for .29-.35 power, based on hybrid Smoothie/Nobler.       
Don Kichot: RC Sport Scale pusher spans 75 in., uses .40-size, 4-cycle engine. Four sheets. 
Apr. 
1985
No. 470 $14 

No. 471 $14 

No. 472 $14 
Stroker: RC Mid-wing sportster uses .40/.45 four-stroke engine, spans 40 1/2 inches.   
Megas Aetos: CL Profile Stunt trainer spans 54 in., uses .35/.40 engine.       
Paracraft: RC Craft has flexible, parafoil wing, uses 3 RC channels, .60 engine. 
May
1985
No. 473 $24
No. 474 $9

No. 475 $9
Tucano: RC Sport Scale spans 66 in., uses .60-.75 engines. Two sheets. 
Pacer 15: FF 1983 FAI Class F1A World Champion Towline Glider spans 84 in.     
Geophysical: CL Slow Combat model uses geodetic wing construction. Two sheets.
June
1985
No. 476 $9

No. 477 $9
No. 478 $5

No. 479 $24
Manta 250: FF 1/2A competition model has manta-ray-shaped wing; spans 43 in.   
Mandarin: CL Sport Stunter for .15 power spans 35 in.  
Buttercup: RC Cute, elfin sportster spans 27 in., uses 2-channel or pulse-rudder, .02/.035 engine.     
Four-Stroke Rooster: RC Sport/Aerobatics plane spans 85 in., uses .90 four-stroke engine. 
July
1985
No. 480 $14

No. 481 $14

No. 482 $19

No. 483 $5
Ridiculous: CL Wondrous competition Stunter uses 1/2A engine, spans 47 5/8 in. 
Europa: RC Sailplane for FAI comp. has fiberglass fuselage, foam wings, wing flaps, stabilator tail. WS 110 in.        
Golden-Ager: RC Sport/Aerobatic plane resembles an Air Racer. For .60 engine. Spans 62 in.     
CGS Hawk Ultralight: FF Outdoor Gas Scale plane uses CO-2 power, spans 29 in.  
Aug. 
1985
No. 484 $24 Aeronca K: RC 1/4-Scale lightplane spans 9 ft., 1.2 cu. in., 2-cyl. 4-stroke eng., wt. 11 3/4 lb. 3 shts. (no doc.)    
Sept.
1985
No. 485 $5

No. 486 $25
Hawker Hunter: CL Fun-scale of British jet fighter has 18 1/2-in. foam wing, uses 1/2A power.  
Miles-Atwood Special: RC Sport-scale, .21-powered, 45-in. span Golden Age air-racer. 
Oct.
1985

No. 487 $24

No. 488 $9

 No. 489 $9

Cap 21: RC Scale Aerobatic plane for .40-size engine. Two Sheets. Wingspan 62 in.      
MB-7: FF Jumbo Rubber Scale of Thomas-Morse racer spans 37 in. 
Undertaker: CL Foam-winged AMA Combat plane for .36 engine spans 45 1/2 in. or 47 in. 
(No photo available)
Nov. 
1985

No. 490 $14

No. 491 $5


No. 492 $5

Weekender: RC Low-wing sport flier for .20-size 4-stroke engine, spans 47 1/2 in.      
Yellow Peril: CL Advanced trainer is all-balsa, spans 23 in., uses 1/2A power. 
Circulator: FF A-1 Towline Glider spans 51 in., uses fiberglass tail boom, circle-tow mechanism. 
Dec. 
1985

No. 493 $24

No. 494 $9

No. 495 $9

No. 496 $9

Super Drone: RC Shoulder-wing sport flier spans 68 in., uses .45-.60 engine.  
Haboob: CL sport/stunter flies on wind power alone, or can be adapted to .049-.15 cu. in. glow engines, 39 in.
FW-190: RC Hand-launched, all-balsa scalelike sport flier for .10-.15 engine spans 33 1/4 in. Two RC channels.
P-47 Thunderbolt: RC Characteristics like FW-190. Part of "Dogfight Duo." Spans 33 3/4 in.  

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