1988 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.
1988

No. 575 $24

No. 576 $9
No. 577 $5

Scorpion .60: RC Fun-fly aerobatic plane for .60 power spans 58 1/2 in.       
Serendipity!: FF Indoor EZB record-holder spans 17 7/8 in.    
Halflite: CL 1/2A Combat plane has foam wing, spans 30 in.  
Feb.
1988
No. 578 $24

No. 579 $24

No. 580 $9
Schweizer 1-26B: RC Quarter-Scale Sailplane spans 125 in. Two plan sheets.    
Lockheed P-38: CL Precision Scale WW II fighter uses twin .45s, spans 55 in.  
Parnall Pixie: FF Rubber Scale British biplane is 1:12 scale, spans 31 1/2 in.
Mar.
1988
No. 581 $24

No. 582 $24
Gee Bee Model Y: RC Golden Age Racer spans 72 in. (1/5 scale) for .60 power. Three sheets.    
Heinkel 100: CL Sport Scale WWII fighter .40 eng. Spans 61 1/2 in. Mostly cardboard construction.
Apr.
1988
No. 583 $14

No. 584 $14

No. 585 $9
Sportwagon: RC "Radio-ized" sport FF model spans 54 in., uses .10/.15 engine.       
Happy Days: CL intermediate trainer/Stunter spans 42 in., uses .29/.35 engine.
Dragonfly: FF High-performance P-30 Rubber ship spans 30 in., weighs 50 gms.
May
1988
No. 586 $14
No. 587 $9
Snapdragon: RC Fun-fly/sportster for .25/.30 engines spans 45 1/2 in. 
Pilatus PC-9: CL Profile Scale/Stunter/sportster spans 56 in., uses .29/.35 engine.
June
1988
No. 588 $9

No. 589 $24


No. 590 $24
Mariah: RC Slope-Soaring Sailplane spans 41 in., uses two RC channels.
Vickers Wellesley: RC Sport Scale WW II bomber spans 89 in., uses .40 4-cycle eng. Two sheets. No doc.
Bud Lite Laser Stunter: CL Stunter is scale like, spans 63 in., uses .60 eng. Two sheets.
July
1988
No. 591 $24


No. 592 $9
Focke-Wulf FW 190-A: RC Sport Scale spans 58 in, uses .35/.45 2-stroke eng. Two sheets. No doc.       
ET: CL trainer/sportster uses 05 electric power, 6-cell battery pack. Spans 24 1/2 in.
Aug.
1988
No. 593 $24

No. 594 $19
Taylorcraft: RC Sport Scale lightplane spans 70 1/2 or 58 1/4 in. Two sheets. No doc. 
P-61 Black Widow: CL Profile Scale WW II twin-engine night fighter uses .19/.25 eng. spans 49 1/2 in. 
Sept.
1988
No. 595 $14

No. 596 $9

No. 597 $5
Sparrow: RC Sportster for .25 engines spans 43 in.    
Tomahawk II: CL Profile Stunter uses .35 engine, spans 46 in. 
Handley Page W-8b: FF Srull’s mini-Electric twin spans 30 in.
Oct.
1988
No. 598 $19

No. 599 $9

No. 600 $14
Coronet 150: RC-Assist O-T enlarged 150%, spans 72 in., uses .40-size four-stroke eng.
Kansas Wakefield: FF O-T Rubber competitor spans 48 in. Both 1938/1939 versions.      
de Havilland Rapide: CL Sport Scale biplane spans 35 1/2 in., uses two 1/2A engines. 
Nov.
1988
No. 601 $9
No. 602 $5
No. 603 $5
Nickel: RC Sportster for 1/2A Engine, 3 RC channels, spans 44 in.     
Lil' Bit: CL 1/2A Stunter spans 27 1/4 in, has flaps. 
Sparrow Hawk P-30: FF Competition rubber-power plane won ‘87 Nats. Spans 30 in.
Dec.
1988
No. 604 $19

No. 605 $9

No. 606 $9
Aeronca: RC Sportster for 05 Electric power, 3 RC channels, spans 66 in.      
.21 Sport Speed: CL Competition Speed plane spans 21 in., uses metal pan.     
Astrostar: FF 1/2A competition plane spans 48 1/4 in. has 317 1/2 sq. in wing.

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