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RCM 1972/10 October
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"Nine Years of Leadership: This October edition marks the 9th anniversary of R/C Modeler Magazine."

RCM 1972/10 October
RCM
Don Dewey (Ed.)
R/C Modeler Corporation, California
October  1972
Magazine, 92 pages

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Vol. 9, No. 10


CONTENTS

Features:
Linear Servo Extension Arm
Next Generation
Golden Foam
VM1W
Gypsy
MACS '72
X-P40Q "Snafu"
Swift Wings Fly
Masking Stencils That Work
A Rip Fence
Building a Field Stand
Long LA-1
Los Al's 30th Anniversary

Product Tests: Heath Eight Channel; Avatar 72; Todi

Departments:
From the Shop
Engine Clinic
Cunningham on R/C
Soaring
For What It's Worth
Sunday Flier
Scale in Hand
Take a Look at This
Readers Exchange
Readers Service


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RCM 1972/10 October
Submission date: 24/04/2017
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User comments:

I have to confess, I really don't like this month's cover picture!
Mary - 24/04/2017
That's the result of the swinging '60s being replaced by the slutty '70s!
Daithi - 25/04/2017
Oct 1972 RCM doesn't do justice to the blonde cover girl - she was famous and is still alive. She was Gunilla Knuttson (with several variants in the name) and was Miss Sweden 1961 and semi-finalist of Miss Universe of the same year. She emigrated to the USA and became famous for the Noxzema shaving-soap TV spot that was considered very sexy in that period (www.youtube.com/watch). Don Dewey paid particular attention to match the colour of the dress or swimsuit of the models (girls) with the depicted models (airplanes). In that period RCM was considered the modeller's Playboy magazine, and modeller's wives were always suspicious about the contents of this magazine. Most of the cover girls are still around and with the advent of social networks it's not difficult to find them, this is another aspect of aeromodelling research ... But I agree, surely it's not one of the best RCM covers.
Pit - 26/04/2017
Thank you Pit - that's fascinating!
Mary - 26/04/2017
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