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Building Your First Radio Control Airplane
RCL#1997

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"Hobby shops offer a mountain of radio control airplane equipment and tools. Some of it is for you; lots of it isn't, at least not for now. This chapter will help you decide what is and isn't for you."

Building Your First Radio Control Airplane
John Carroll
Kalmbach Publishing Co., Waukesha, Wisconsin
1989
Book, 68 pages

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Useful introduction to RC modelling. The scan is a little blurry, but the information is sound.

CONTENTS:
1. Getting Started
2. Buying the Right Stuff
3. Miscellaneous Preliminaries
4. Preliminary Radio Installation
5. Covering the Model
6. Post-Covering Assembly
7. Final Radio Installation
8. Final Touches
9. Building the Goldberg Eagle 2, Eagle 63 & Eaglet 50
10. Building the Great Planes PT-20 & PT-40
11. Building the Midwest Aero-Star 20 & Aero-Star 40
12. Building the Royal-Air 20T & 40T
13. Building the Top Flite Headmaster
14. Useful Addresses


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Building Your First Radio Control Airplane
Submission date: 20/10/2017
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TitleID: 1997 | Filesize: 10976KB
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