shadowcaster wrote:Now that takes me back a bit, gliders, rubber band powered, control line and single channel bang bang RC. Balsa wood, balsa cement (remember the smell ) tissue paper and dope it's a wonder we all didn't keel over from inhaling some of the stuff. Cut fingers from the razor blade no model of mine failed to have my blood in it somewhere . Then came the maiden flight of your creation in my case it usually nose dived into the ground or sometimes flew of never to be seen again. I'm getting a bit misty eyed, thanks for posting and bringing back some boyhood memories. Now lets try to download on of them plans.
Dave T wrote:)
Many hours making a rc spitfire mk9 from rcme plans 66" wingspan, built one of the gliders from one of the plans on this site and lost it in a tree along with a boomerang that didn't come back.
Dave T wrote:I couldn't find any pictures of the spit but if you liked the vintage model plans you might find their sister site interesting vintage magazines in pdf format downloadable https://rclibrary.co.uk/
Some interesting magazines available to download and read.
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