The January 2009 issue of RCM&E

The January issue should be with subscribers in a few days time and in the shops from 19 December.

It’s another packed issue which includes the following reviews –

  • F4U Corsair – The new fighter from Parkzone
  • MVVS Motors – Gorgeous new additions to the high quality range
  • F-15 – Graupner’s new EDF jet, chocks away!
  • Rambler 45 – Airbourne with World Models’ understated low-winger
  • K&S Starter – The ultimate starter?

    We’ve a host of great feature articles…

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  • Supreme scale – Alex Whittaker files his photo report from the scale flight line at the 2008 British National Championships.
  • Into the Blue – Our beginners series continues with advice on choosing your first radio system.
  • Hints & Tips – Another round-up of your top tips.
  • One of a kind – Pete Lowe describes his DB Hawker Hurricane project from start to finish.
  • Short Sunderland Pt.2 – Tony Nijhuis completes his Sunderland and takes to the air.
  • DG-1000 – When Simon Cocker builds a glider, he builds a GLIDER! As his account of this awesome 1/2 scale soarer project testifies.
  • In from the cold – Our handy guide to everything ‘indoor flying’.

    …and our regular columnists have been busy too –

  • Totally Traditional – It’s all over bar the flying as Pete Lowe discusses covering and finishing
  • Fly Electric – Nigel Hawes brings another round-up of new electric flight products
  • Wizard of Oz – Brian Winch looks at inverting four-stroke motors – why some do and some don’t
  • Weekenders – Looking at another workbench skill in the pursuit of traditional building


    Peter Miller is back with another great design this month in the form of Big Ship a scaled-up high wing sportster, the perfect machine for some relaxed i.c. nostalgia.

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