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The BRFF-Park Flyer is based on Bud Romak’s 1959 1/2A Free Flight which originally had a 68 1/2” span with 275 sq. in of area. Powered by a Thermal Hopper .049.   Bud sent me a copy of a plan drawn by Bill Dean which was used to scale the m..
$75.00
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..
$131.00
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The C-47 was the military designation for the Douglas DC-3, first flown in December 1941. Over 10,000 were produced, some still flying today. The C-47 differed from the civilian DC-3 in numerous modifications, including being fitted with a cargo door..
$147.00
~~The BMJR Electron-46 has a 46” span with 333 sq. in. area. Flying weight of ours is 24 ½ oz with a 3/1000 LiPo. The BMJR kit is based on Norm Rosenstock’s  Electron which was the 1st RC model to be published in Flying Models, December, 1950. O..
$152.00
At the Weak Signal Show in Toledo 2017, we were sitting in the lounge and  I said that sounds like a fiasco. Dave Platt said; ”sounds like a good name for a model”.  Subsequently a design emerged on a napkin.  A few weeks later Dave fi..
$126.00
The Miss America was originally designed by Fran Zaic  in 1935 as a gas powered Free Flight model with an 84” wing span and became  a kit by Scientific. In 1959 Joe Wagner and John Pond were discussing a new event for SAM competition: scale..
$114.00
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