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United Kit from Brodak Manufacturing Brodak Manufacturing and Distributing Company, Inc. proudly announces the


release of the United, considered to be one of the most beautiful airplanes of the “Classic Era” of the 1960s. Designed by Walker Cup Winner Bob Lampione, the United was an award-winner in the 1960s and put Bob in the winner’s circle again in 1991-92. The United combines an outstanding design with detailed engineering, and top- quality materials, making it an excellent choice. A joy to build and fun to fly, the United has a wing span of 54 inches, a wing area of 630 square inches, and a length of 38.75 inches. The airplane can be flown with engine sizes 0.35 to 0.46, depending on your personal preference. The United has a built-up fuselage that’s designed for strength. The kit includes full-sized, detailed plans and complete step-by-step, fully illustrated instructions that include building tips. Featured in the kit are precision laser-cut ribs and parts, formed landing gear, canopy, lead-out wire kit, Brodak heavy-duty nylon bellcrank, adjustable lead-outs, and weight box. Brodak kits, known for quality and attention to detail, feature Select AAA balsa.


Also included in the kit are a complete hardware kit, nylon hinges, and maple motor mounts. The United, Brodak kit CLB-76, is $131.99.


BRODAK MANUFACTURING AND DISTRIBUTING CO., INC., 100 Park Ave., Carmichaels, PA 15320, 724-966-2726, www.brodak.com


Scratch Builders Looking for parts?


90 Canopies 56 Cowls 30 Pilots 28 Engines


www.parkflyerplastics.com 6 FEBRUARY 2012


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