ON THE COVER
John Horne's lovely 112” span Spitfire touches down at the Willis Warbirds invitational fly-in last summer. The event's mixture of R/C warbirds and 40s-style entertainment that encourages audience participation has grown over the last few years and Alex Whittaker popped along to sample the action
Photo: Alex Whittaker
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Lindsay Todd's tough, easy-build 55” (1397mm) slope aerobat is just the thing for those seeking the quieter side of flying
It may not be the prettiest model ever designed but it flies well and Shaun Garrity reckons this, the latest in his line of retro builds, could have a hidden racing pedigree
MAKE IT SCALE
Danny Fenton finally maidens the Chipmunk and fashions a Piper Cub from a sheet of 1/16th
WIZARD OF OZ
More on getting the best from your Walbro carbs
A busy Bob Petrie adds to his collection, fits a smoke system and heads for Raydon
Shaun Garrity highlights a forgotten Phil Smith design
Whittaker feels the lure of the lathe and does a little breaking and entering
Pylon Nats results, Indoor FPV and more
A selection of the best new releases
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Indoor flying and swapmeets; the winter diary is filling
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EASA, WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?
Dave Burton unravels EASA's recent announcement
BIG FUN AT LITTLE GRANSDEN
Whittaker samples the atmosphere at a distinctively different fly-in for warbird fanciers
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Solarfilm? Solartex? Polyester? Steve Hargreaves has ‘em covered
SLOPE OF THE MONTH
Simon Cocker heads off to Derbyshire and the UK's prime dynamic soaring ridge
For hatches or control surfaces, Paul Blakeborough shows how easy it is
…and simplify your wiring
BECOMING A CONVERT
Dave Burton has the answers to the electric conversion questions RCM&E readers regularly ask
As Lindsay Todd discovers, it's not all motorbikes on the IOM
Don Coe's marvellous Bleriot XI
An unusual display finale
The 1969 and 1971 World Aerobatic Championship winner and now available in ARTF form
An ultra micro B-25 Mitchell? What's not to like?
Futaba's neatly styled 10-channel, mid- range radio
Hacker have brought the fun fighter bang up to date with this rugged, EPP park flyer
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