The new March 2012 issue of RCM&E will be on sale 10th Feb. It's another bumper issue with no less than two free plans!
Peter Miller weaves his model magic with this simple Sunday sport flyer. Combining good manners and classic looks, it’s just what that .40 two-stroke has been waiting for (see pic below).
Fancy building Alex Whittaker’s rugged Firefly .46 two-stroke? Stoke up your lathe and join Frank Payne in the workshop.
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ON THE COVER
Representing the Reconnaissance Wing of the Dawn Patrol, Barry Banks’ 1/3-scale LFG Roland Walfisch (whale) is an unlikely but nonetheless endearing subject, seen here at the LMA’s Elvington spectacular – page 40. Photo: Alex Whittaker
We unwrap the first arrival in SebArt’s all-new semi-scale range.
Lee Smalley trad’ builds a groovy classic from the Super Seventies.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No! It’s a 3D ultra micro with an identity crisis.
EASY STAR II
Oft copied but never bettered, Multiplex has updated its time-honoured trainer.
Go Zero hunting with the latest FMS warbird.
News from far and near including an eggstraordinary event for Easter.
Latest kits and equipment, coming to a model shop near you.
Readers share their news, views and opinions in Britain’s best-selling R/C mag!
Harlequin, this month's free plan is a sportster from Peter Miller that's ideal for the first-time builder.
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WHAT GOES UP
Concluding his practical guide to propellers Dave Burton considers the many and varied affects on flight.
Alex Whittaker witnesses the LMA’s triumphant return to York.
…And bag yourself a FREE heat-sealing iron!
A cunningly simple aid for fitting all things M2 and clevisy.
THE WAY WE WERE
We step back in time to 1992 and discovers that a lot has changed in just twenty years.
…Every competition pilot should know.
ON SILENT WINGS
From aerotowing to kitting out a taxi, Simon Cocker opens up a mixed bag of sailplane news.
Alex Whittaker fuels the build and fly philosophy by rekindling a traditional Boddo club class.
Nigel Hawes challenges RCM&E’s resident draughtsman and investigates dodgy servos.
WIZARD OF OZ
Criticism and compliments – it’s all in a day’s work for engine sage Brian Winch.
Pete Lowe races to complete his DB Sopwith Pup.
ON THE EDGE
Grounded by relentless low pressure, Andy Ellison takes comfort in a healthy 'in box'
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Readers in North America should look for this cover >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>