It has been reported that, The Buzzard bombshell is one of the most famous aircraft in modeling history and was one the most dreaded contender in free flight circles. As I understand the Bombshell was a club project of the Buzzards club of Chicago. J..
The Nostalgia approved, 1956 design by Bob Larsh, was selected as one of two models to be flown in National Free Flight Society one-design competition in 2020.
Span is 56" with a 450 sq. in area, bare bones weight is less than 6 oz. Our all ..
The BMJR Scout was developed from a hand drawn plan from Joe dated 1996. When it was announced 1/2A Stunt was to be flown at the 2019 Brodak fly-in , we pulled it down and built one. Turned out to be a fun “nostalgic” bu..
The Super Chief was flown in 1950 and 1951 by George Aldrich in the senior division. Some of the design features like the “airfoil” shaped vertical stab/rudder were later incorporated in his famous Nobler design. The design was said to be a significa..
The original TEOSAWKI was designed by Clayton Smith around 2005 with a 53” span. It was reported that Clayton, an avid combat flyer, had a dislike of the fancy, super finished, complicated stunt models; so he set out to create a rug..
The Nostalgia Legal TEXAN 48, was designed by Jim Summersett and Ed Miller in 1952 and appeared in the January 1960 issue of American Modeler. The 1952 version was selected for National Free Flight Society one-design competition for 2020. ..
Parts in this kit build a fuselage and a wing with a symmetrical airfoil and strip ailerons, with 30 in. span and 194 sq. in. area. It is a great flying model for introduction to aerobatics. Flying weight is 9.25 oz withou..
The BMJR Ugly-30 started in 1999 as a rubber powered sport free flight for a group of 8 year old boys as a summer project. It was then modified for electric FF and eventually in 2007 for R/C.
Your Ugly-30 ..
The Ugly-30 Fuselage kit (B331), and Dihedral wing kit, provie the parts for the flat bottom airfoil with dihedral. Model has a 30in. span and 194 sq. in. area, with a flying weight is 8.5 oz. without battery and 10...
With the fuselage (B-331 included ) this kit provides the parts to build a twin motor version of the Ugly-30 . Kit includes a symmetrical airfoil wing, with 30 in. span ans 194 sq. in area, modified to accept 2 motor n..
The Waco CG-4A was the most widely used American troop/cargo glider of World War II. Designed by the Weaver Aircraft Company,(WACO) flight testing began in May 1942, and eventually more than 13,900 CG-4As we..
~~Jim Clem designed the Witch Hawk which was published in the September 1982 Model Aviation. Copies of the original article are available form the AMA Museum Library. Model was selected for NFFS one-design in 2017 to be flown with a non-s..