1989 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 3 to 6 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.
1989
No. 607 $35

No. 608 $9
No. 609 $14
Curtiss Seagull: RC Giant Scale biplane spans 90 in. Three sheets. No documentation.  
Top Fun: CL 1/2A trainer spans 24 in. 
Taperwing: RC 1/2A Pylon Racer Spans 29 1/4 in. Plan plus parts template.
Feb.
1989
No. 610 $14

No. 611 $9

No. 612 $5
Protobype: RC Sport biplane spans 48 in., uses .45/2-cycle, .80/4-cycle power.
Cabinair: FF Scalelike rubber-power biplane sport flier spans 23 in.  
NVCL Dragonfly: CL 1/2A Combat plane is all-wood, spans 24 in. for reed-valve engine. 
Mar.
1989
No. 613 $24

No. 615 $24

No. 616 $9
Short Sterling: RC Sport Scale WW II Bomber. Spans 74 in. No documentation.   
Argosy: CL Sport Scale Twenties-era trimotor biplane. Spans 46 1/2 in. No documentation.      
Raunchy: FF Perryman’s 1/2A Nostalgia Gas competition plane spans 40 in.  
Apr.
1989
No. 614 $14

No. 617 $24

No. 618 $9

No. 619 $5
Electrocutor: RC Electric sportster for 05 direct-drive motor spans 44 1/2 in.        
Push-Pull: RC Twin-engine sportster spans 66 in., uses .40 engines.   
Skyraider: CL Sport Scale profile plane spans 30 in., for .15/.25 power.      
Keith Rider R4: FF Scale Golden Age racer for rubber power spans 18 in.
May
1989
No. 620 $24

No. 621 $24

No. 622 $5
Gimlet 40: RC Sport/Pattern plane spans 60 in., for .40/.50 engine (2 sheets).
Thunderbird 60 Mk. II: CL Big Stunter spans 61 1/2 in., for .60-size engine. (2 sheets.)      
Quick One P-30: FF Competition rubber-power P-30-class plane spans 30 in.     
June
1989
No. 623 $24 Henderson Longster: RC 1/4-scale 1933 flivver spans 90 3/4 in., .40/.48 4-stroke engine, no doc.       
July
1989
No. 624 $24

No. 625 $14
Keleher Lark: RC 1/4-scale homebuilt spans 69 in., uses .60/.90 4-stroke engine (2 sheets, no doc.)   
Antoinette: CL Scale early French monoplane spans 45 1/2 in., uses .25/.35 power.
Aug.
1989
No. 626 $24

No. 627 $5
Sweepee: RC Sport/Pattern canard spans 64 in., uses .40 power.
Apiary: CL Sport/Stunter spans 26 1/2 in., uses Cox Queen Bee .074 power.  
Sept.
1989
No. 628 $24


No. 629 $24
Prime Cut: RC Sport/Aerobatic plane spans 90 in., uses Quadra 35/40-size power. Two plans sheets.     
P-51B Mustang: CL Sport Scale spans 60 in., uses .30/.40 power. Cardboard, 2 sheets, no doc. 
Oct.
1989
No. 630 $24


No. 631 $$9

No. 632 $9
Original Fly Baby: RC Old-Timer spans 72 in., uses .19/.25 2-cycle or .40 4-cycle power. Two plan sheets.      
Texas Wildcat: CL Profile sport/Stunter based on 1920 plane spans 50 in., for .35 power.      
P-51H: FF Lubomir Koutny’s 1/20-scale Rubber model spans 23 in.       
Nov.
1989
No. 633 $14


No. 634 $14

No. 635 $5
Orca: RC Slope Soarer spans 75 in., uses twist-wing control. For 2-ch. RC. (Elevons need elec. mix. Tx.)      
SB2C Helldiver: CL Profile sport/Stunter spans 54 in., for .35/.40 power.     
The Gambler: FF Indoor Bostonian rubber-power cabin plane spans 15 5/8 in.  
Dec.
1989
No. 636 $14

No. 637 $14

No. 638 $5
Keytwo: RC Tri-geared, low-wing sportster for .20/.25 power spans 44 in.      
A-B Shrike: FF Competition plane for AMA Classes A, B (.15/.23 power) spans 60 in.    
Owl Racer: CL 1/2A Scale Racer for .049 power spans 20 in.    

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