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CG 17244 Darwin Ave., Hesperia, CA 760-948-6334 and Cheryl carry GOOD colored nitrate that COVERS even in white! Diesel and glow fuels, silk, electrics, C02's, lots of old-time rubber and gas kits, engines, books, and plans, lots of plans. They also run R/N, Cal Aero, Fresno, Champion, Old Timer Model Supply, Schleuter & too many others to list. Box 5124 Hamden, CT 06518 Mark Fineman has compiled and sells a complete index of Model Builder plans with descriptions from 1971 through 1991. If you'd like to sell any, state age, condition and price. ) from 1971 to present available on disc for IBM-type and MAC computers.
This is a PRIME SOURCE of stuff for the F/F Modeler! Mark still has a few printed versions left at .75 and indices for IBM computers on a disc at 9.95. Ask for his brochure on aviation clip art and neopaint for computers (especially good if you're a newsletter editor). Palm Bay, FL 32907 The AMOB Bulletin is edited by the legendary Dave Platt, one of the few modellers who can make a great scale R/C and also a knockout rubber scale ship as well!
Please send requests, additions or corrections to, Thayer Syme at [email protected] His Cessna Airmaster jumbo is dynamite: I've seen it fly- wow! BW CG TS 16620 SW 130th St Rose Hill, KS 67133-8466 (316) 733-9658 Dave Aronstein's indoor ultra-light models have been turning fantastic times since the days when he was a teen-ager. ) Still an excellent magazine of full-sized aviation chock full of old planes with propellers that were made in the good old days, though of late too heavy on WW II and has fewer 3-views than in its heyday. Good scale documentation and choices of subject a/c included. Twelve obscure but eminently flyable models, including an Alliance Argo, a Hollywood Hamilton (great model! Box 1593 Norfolk, NE 68702-1593 Bob Stalick mentioned in his column that he'd received their 18-page catalog containing Jetex, CO2, hundreds of plans and dozens of kits, plus construction supplies.
Note: Prices quoted for catalogs etc., may be out of date, as also may be some addresses. The Texas Temple monoplane plan packet is .60 and well worth the shot! His models are simple, unusual, not super scale but eminently airworthy. BW Dave Aronstein (webstore only) and components for Inventors and Experimenters. ), an ONG Continental and two solid scale racers plus a couple of more you've never heard of make it plenty of bang for the buck. Dallas, TX 75224 (214) 331-5506 Bill Mc Combs 1997 revised book, "MAKING SCALE MODELS FLY" even covers non scale, is something every FF modeller should have in his / her library.
will bring you his illustrated "How to Make a Gearbox" instructions as well as a price list.
They have a deal right now for 140 issues of back publications going back 25 years for only . I haven't seen many deals that good for a long time! Though designed with the R/C flier in mind, (Bob's smallest motor is a .035) this book is "it" for explaining the basics and advanced stuff like timing a motor.
It is not connected in any way with the AMA, and the endorsements, where they occur, are the result of Bill Warner's and Carlo's own personal experience or as noted. currency to Europe, because the cost of processing International Money Orders is high. I suggest a phone call to anyone you have not previously done business with as the best way to clarify present prices and method of payment. Long Beach, CA 90808 The American Aviation Historical Society puts out quarterly journals that, for the past 40 years, have been of high quality.
His many successes speak well for the efficiency of this system! Kalamazoo, MI 49007 (616)342-1259 Urethane-based "thin-as-water" 2-part casting liquid. If you have ever spent hours earching for that plan you know you have but can't find, this is well worth it! BW back issues and other aeromodelling titles David Lloyd-Jones 28 Shelley Ave Wincham, Northwich Cheshire, CW9 6PH, United Kingdom Tel: ( )44 (0)15.40 Rare and early UK, US and other English language aeromodelling magazines and books from as far back as 1929 can be obtained by sending a wants list to David. Hints, tips and humor take up much of this monthly 10-page newsletter still only /yr. Mark's index is more complete than the one offered by MB, as theirs is only for ones they sell. Please note - he only buys and sell FLYING model magazines and books - nothing else! Not a huge number of plans in every issue, but well worth the $if you're in their area. The Cottage Wings Guide was originally compiled for Free Flight scale modelers by Bill Warner. For a number of years, updates and additions were done by the late Carlo Godel who brought this list to the Internet.