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Lynn Good, our FMPlans specialist, gives the thumbs up to some of the best FLYING MODELS plans


Lynn Good, in the cockpit of a N.J. Forest Fire Service Grumman AgCat


LET IT SNOW!


LAKE BUCCANEER (CF247) April 2002


If you have a .20 2-stroke, this 58-inch amphib will make a delightful flyer. Or try your hand at converting it to electric with one of the new outrunner motors. $11.00


SEAWEED (CF361) March 1975


It was a no-brainer for Bob Aberle to design this pretty large (65- inch) float plane because he lives in Long Island where there’s plenty of water. Works great with a .60. $21.00


MORAY MONSTER (CF150) January 1969


Lurking among the waves like a behemoth serpent, Don McGovern’s 6-foot giant then takes to the air. Use a .60 for power and continue making the Monster the stuff of legends. $21.00


RIPPLE SKIPPER (CF942) September 1994


Two small brushless electric motors would work great for Paul Hook’s Ripple Skipper, a beautiful, sleek R/C e-twin for water-based duty. $20.00


GRUMMAN WIDGEON (CF132) September 1968


Here's a 70-inch R/C model of workhorse amphib that's still going strong. Oscar Weingart's Widgeon Works good with two strong .45s, but could easily be converted to electric. $21.00


FALCONER TEAL (CF290) March 1973


With a healthy .60, this 70-inch R/C sport scale model that Don Prentice designed, can be equipped with retracts, flaps and a water rudder for a land/sea experience. $21.00


Land and water are their usual things but these neat planes can also go from snow. FOR ORDERING INFORMATION SEE PAGE 73


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