on sale 18th Nov!
The new 140-page December 2011 issue of RCM&E will be with subscribers very soon and in the shops from around the 18th November. It's another great feature packed issue with this month's free plan the unusual yet highly attractive LS60 from Peter Miller - a great semi-scale design.
LEGRANDE-SIMON LS 60
Peter Miller models a characterful French prototype of the fifties, complete with slats, flaps and STOL performance. Check out Peter's build blog in the forum.
ON THE COVER
Dave Charles’ beautifully modelled 1/5-scale Mk.9 Spitfire photographed on the tarmac at the BMFA Nats. Features include a fully detailed cockpit, functioning scale exhaust and painfully accurate rivet detail.
Latest news and views including the results of our most recent survey
Yet more indispensable items for your delight and delectation
The swapmeet season’s in full swing so why not plan a bargain hunt?
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Nigel Hawes taps into the EDF scene and discovers a big trend towards multis
ON SILENT WINGS
Simon Cocker launches our new soaring slot with a call to arms for the young ones
WIZARD OF OZ
Fuel systems and tank set-ups? It’s all in a day’s work for the WOO
Astoundingly, at times, local government really is on our side, as Alex Whittaker discovers
JOIN THE PARTY
Graham Ashby files his editorial account of the UK’s biggest and best annual get-together
SNAP, CRACKLE & ROLL
Manipulating drag to best advantage is becoming key in precision aerobatics. Shahid Banglawala puts the brakes on
The bipe that had everyone scratching their heads at this year’s Nats
BACK TO THE FUTURE
Once in while a new event comes along which is instantly recognisable as long overdue. The Bardoe Retro is one such!
THE WAY WE WERE
From the depths of the archives, Pete Norrington teases the pages of a long-forgotten issue
Fancy tackling your own engine repairs? Peter Miller’s your guide!
The Czech born V-tail mouldie is a recent arrival to UK shores, but was it worth the trip?
Donned in clinical white coat and with clipboard in hand, Brian Winch nails a top-drawer sparkie to his bench
Andy Ellison shows no mercy to a foamie with an acute identity crisis
JR’s new telemetry-capable, mid-range radio system
Pichler’s semi-scale vintage sailplane isn’t obvious ARTF fare, but as Simon Cocker discovers, it’s a cracker
Hangar 9’s interpretation of the famous carrier fighter finds favour with Colin Nolan
It's an issue you won't want to miss so be sure to pop along to your newsagent or model shop and pick up your copy for just £4.15. Better still, why not save yourself some money over the long run, grab a special offer and get your copy before anyone else by subscribing? Don't forget the Subscriber Extras too!
Readers in North America should look for this cover >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
|December 2011 Issue|
Feedback, thoughts etc. By Slopetrashuk
|US issue title|
In English By Jack Critchley
by Jack Critchley