AEROMODELLERMagazine May 1982 Published By Model & Allied Publications Printed in England Articles Include: · Hangar Doors. · ‘Suzy’s Too’ by Dave Hipperson; a 33” span high performance (3 min+) rubber power model. Article and full plans in reduced scale size. · Vintage Corner by Alex Imrie; spark ignition motors. · The Fifth International Modellers Show; report of the event in Pasadena USA . · ‘Rambler Miniature’ by Tony Brookes; a 24” wingspan vintage free flight power model for the Telco CO2 motor or similar. Construction/flying article with full size (still attached) centre-page plans (see photos). · Free Flight Scene by Martin Dilly; includes a model location device using the popular 555 I/C timer chip and outline drawings for a Chinese A/2 glider design. · Model Engine News by Peter Chinn; Super Tigre 15 C/L glow motors and model diesel engine fuel. · Aeromodelling Technology by Peter Lumsden; a self launch device for model gliders with construction details and plans. · Overcoming Nicad Problems by John Stroud. · Scale Matters by Alan Callaghan. · From the Handle by Jim Woodside; including description/construction notes and half-page plans for Russian flying wing control line team racer. 670mm wing span, 2.5cc diesel. · Twenty-Five Years Ago in Aeromodeller by Day V. Lately. Plus Separate (still attached) Full Size Plans and Construction/Flying Feature for: ‘Wildcat’ by Dick Cowburn; a 33” wingspan control line stunt/sport model with profile fuselage, for 1.5-2.5cc engines (see photo). Condition The magazine’s staples are rusty and the front cover has sun fading and minor wear, also the inside pages are tanned near the edges (see photo). Otherwise both the magazine & plans are in good clean condition. Postage UK Second Class: £1.31 Europe Airmail: £2.28 Rest of World Airmail: £2.71 It will be very well packed. All of my items can be collected in person. Please see my other listings for items of a similar interest.
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