ON THE COVER
Arguably the Fairey Fantome certainly matched the Hawker Fury when it came to sleek lines, yet it was never to see mass production. Owned and flown by Jamie Cuff and designed and built by Alan Brown's to 1/6-scale, you can find out about this evocative model starting on page 110
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GHOST RIDER 38
Shaun Garrity is back to revive a fine flying Boddo classic. Perfect for three- channel R/C, why not do something a bit different and fit a 2.4GHz Galloping Ghost set-up?
Mike Bell designed and flew this pretty retro-style sportster some ten years ago so, thoroughly tested, we thought it was time you had the plan
WIZARD OF OZ
Brian Winch finds out why Walbro carbs have been so successful
ON SILENT WINGS
Finding time to re-maiden his B-52, Simon Cocker takes issue with some errant carbon
Whittaker examines a classic engine, new trad’ kits and solves the meaning of life
Tim Hooper resurrects a neglected motor glider, builds a Tiger tank and sorts the Citabria's struts
ON THE EDGE
With a huge sigh of relief, Andy Ellison finally gets some air under the mighty DG-600's wings
A new fun flyer from Ripmax, M&R at 21 and a ‘heads up’ for the World F4 Champs
More of life's ‘essentials’
Over to you…
Time to make the most of what's left of the Summer season
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RCM&E's annual Special Issue will be packed full of tutorials and a rather fine Mitsubishi Zero plan
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NATS SCALE LITE
Alex Whittaker captures all the action at the National Scale Championships
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A SPIT WITH A DIFFERENCE
Rich’ Harris assembles and flies the product of a 3D printing machine
FrSky's very versatile telemetry sensor
RUNNING A GLOW ENGINE
Got that engine running? Steve Hargreaves has advice to make sure it keeps going
SLOPE OF THE MONTH
The big rock
Proving that a broken model should never be discarded, Jeff Barringer's first flying boat rises from the wreckage of a Carbon-Z Cub
Jamie Cuff's fine Fairey bipe
CRIMP AND SAVE
As Tim Kearsley explains making bespoke servo leads is easier than you think
Time for a singalong
Looking to get into larger EDF jets? Black Horse have the very thing…
Brian Winch fires up a classic four-stroke twin from O.S.
A float-equipped go-anywhere model sees David Ashby dropping in at the local pond
Rob Stenhouse goes large with the classic Foss aerobat
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