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Boston Blackie from Black Hawk Models Boston Blackie joins the ever expanding line of control line models from Black


Hawk Models. This kit is precision cut from AAA balsa and plywood to make an easy to assemble model that contains all of the required hardware and an illustrated instruction manual. While the wing span is 18 inches, the chord is 4 inches giving enough wing area to provide the model with light wing loading. This means that the model is capable of doing all of the stunts that you enjoy doing. This model is designed to accept any of the Cox or OK engines that are so popular. Boston Blackie is based on a model designed by Paul Del Gatto for Scientific Models in the 1950s, called “Blackhawk”. Black Hawk Models has up-graded the model with an airfoil wing and a lightweight cowling, which improved its performance. The name, Boston Blackie, comes from a ’50s TV detective show, and the manufacturer felt the style of this model seemed to fit with the style of that show. When you take this model to the local flying field, you will be surprised by the amount of interest that it will generate among your flying buddies. As a special offer, if you place an order for this model kit through Boone’s Hobbies (562-708-0653) and mention FLYING MODELS magazine, they will include a free control handle and line (offer good only where permitted by law). Suggested retail price is $30.00.


BLACK HAWK MODELS, 300 East Arbor Street #42, Long Beach, CA 90805, 562-728-5661, www.blackhawkmodels.com


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