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Flying Scale Models Magazine Jun-14 Back Issue

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6 CONTACT
Just for openers
10 military racer
Immediately after WWII there was a glut of surplus big
radial-engined fighters, so the Americans raced them!.
Paul Williams modelled the 1946 Thompson Trophy winning
FG-1D Corsair
16 FOKKER D.VII PART 2
Continuing the construction sequence of Peter Rakes 1/6th
scale, 58” wingspan model for electric power with the
prototype model built and described by Pat Lynch
22 FOKKER PILOT
What was it really like - back then?
This story, based on an incident in Ernst Udet’s biography
‘Mein Fliergerlegen’ gives some clue
26 FOKKER D.VII IN DETAIL
Close-up details of the RAF Museum’s machine, right after
completion of restoration work
30 More warpaint for the D.VII
Another selection of highly individual colour schemes
32 subjects for scale
north american AT-6/snj/HARVARD
You always know when there’s a Harvard in the air, without
even seeing it - the sound is THAT distinctive!
34 HARVARD SCALE DRAWING
1:50 three-view drawing
38 HARVARD COLOURS
Colour schemes for aircraft in RAF and RCAF service
40 AT-6/Harvard IN DETAIL
Close-up photo study of the AT-6
44 VERVILLE AIR COACH
1/18th scale 770mm wingspan model of an early 1930s light
transport aircaft for IPS level electric power
50 TECHNO SCALE
Scale related web sites to surf
52 from RANGER TO ARGUS
Phil Kent follows up the feature on his Fairchild F.24 Ranger
with a conversion to the radial engine Argus version
58 A SPOKE IN THE WHEEL
Commercially available wire spoked wheels not available to
the size you need. Here’s how to make ‘em
62 THE QUIET ZONE
More electric scale designs in the pipelane from Peter Rake
read more read less
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Jun-14 6 CONTACT Just for openers 10 military racer Immediately after WWII there was a glut of surplus big radial-engined fighters, so the Americans raced them!. Paul Williams modelled the 1946 Thompson Trophy winning FG-1D Corsair 16 FOKKER D.VII PART 2 Continuing the construction sequence of Peter Rakes 1/6th scale, 58” wingspan model for electric power with the prototype model built and described by Pat Lynch 22 FOKKER PILOT What was it really like - back then? This story, based on an incident in Ernst Udet’s biography ‘Mein Fliergerlegen’ gives some clue 26 FOKKER D.VII IN DETAIL Close-up details of the RAF Museum’s machine, right after completion of restoration work 30 More warpaint for the D.VII Another selection of highly individual colour schemes 32 subjects for scale north american AT-6/snj/HARVARD You always know when there’s a Harvard in the air, without even seeing it - the sound is THAT distinctive! 34 HARVARD SCALE DRAWING 1:50 three-view drawing 38 HARVARD COLOURS Colour schemes for aircraft in RAF and RCAF service 40 AT-6/Harvard IN DETAIL Close-up photo study of the AT-6 44 VERVILLE AIR COACH 1/18th scale 770mm wingspan model of an early 1930s light transport aircaft for IPS level electric power 50 TECHNO SCALE Scale related web sites to surf 52 from RANGER TO ARGUS Phil Kent follows up the feature on his Fairchild F.24 Ranger with a conversion to the radial engine Argus version 58 A SPOKE IN THE WHEEL Commercially available wire spoked wheels not available to the size you need. Here’s how to make ‘em 62 THE QUIET ZONE More electric scale designs in the pipelane from Peter Rake


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6 CONTACT
Just for openers
10 military racer
Immediately after WWII there was a glut of surplus big
radial-engined fighters, so the Americans raced them!.
Paul Williams modelled the 1946 Thompson Trophy winning
FG-1D Corsair
16 FOKKER D.VII PART 2
Continuing the construction sequence of Peter Rakes 1/6th
scale, 58” wingspan model for electric power with the
prototype model built and described by Pat Lynch
22 FOKKER PILOT
What was it really like - back then?
This story, based on an incident in Ernst Udet’s biography
‘Mein Fliergerlegen’ gives some clue
26 FOKKER D.VII IN DETAIL
Close-up details of the RAF Museum’s machine, right after
completion of restoration work
30 More warpaint for the D.VII
Another selection of highly individual colour schemes
32 subjects for scale
north american AT-6/snj/HARVARD
You always know when there’s a Harvard in the air, without
even seeing it - the sound is THAT distinctive!
34 HARVARD SCALE DRAWING
1:50 three-view drawing
38 HARVARD COLOURS
Colour schemes for aircraft in RAF and RCAF service
40 AT-6/Harvard IN DETAIL
Close-up photo study of the AT-6
44 VERVILLE AIR COACH
1/18th scale 770mm wingspan model of an early 1930s light
transport aircaft for IPS level electric power
50 TECHNO SCALE
Scale related web sites to surf
52 from RANGER TO ARGUS
Phil Kent follows up the feature on his Fairchild F.24 Ranger
with a conversion to the radial engine Argus version
58 A SPOKE IN THE WHEEL
Commercially available wire spoked wheels not available to
the size you need. Here’s how to make ‘em
62 THE QUIET ZONE
More electric scale designs in the pipelane from Peter Rake
read more read less
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