RCM 1974/06 June (RCL#1962)

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"Flying looks easy - until you try it."

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RCM 1974/06 June
Don Dewey (Ed.)
R/C Modeler Corporation, California
June  1974
Magazine, 80 pages

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Vol. 11, No. 6


Notes on that First Flight
Hot Dawg
Toledo '74
RCM Trainer Jr.
RCM Visits War Aircraft Replicas
RCM Presents the Wooden Muffler
Runway Sweeper
Here's How to Make a Cowl
RCM Caster Knife

Product Tests:
Models West Two-Bits
T&H Gull

From the Shop
Cunningham on R/C
Engine Clinic
For What It's Worth
Showcase '74
Reader's Exchange
Reader Service

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