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VOLUME 64 ISSUE 2
ON THE COVER Flying models of the Pfalz DIII or DIIIa are rather thin on the ground. If you look at the original you get an inkling of why that is so – the moulded plywood fuselage, the large spinner and the lozenge covering. But there are modellers who thrive on such challenges and Mário Vilaça is one such hardy soul.
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SWITCH ON Our latest round up of model flying news
COUNTERPOINT A fresh selection of new gadgets, kits and bits for your consideration
ALL WRITE Have your say in RCM&E’s monthly chat room
PILOTS' PICTORIAL Send us a picture of your favourite model and get it pinned up in our regular readers' models gallery
R/C MARKETPLACE Shift those unwanted airframes and engines, and splash out on a few new ones
NEXT ISSUE Take a look at what's coming in the March issue of RCM&E
PARTING SHOT Wrapping things up with a fine autumnal view
MIG 29 Arrows Hobby raises its game with the release of this twin EDF jet. David Ashby straps in
SIMPLE CUB Stuart Marsden falls for a pleasing Piper built from the VMC 'Balsa Basics' kit
NGH GF38 Frank Skilbeck offers a club modeller's perspective of a recently purchased four stroke petrol engine
STEARMAN PT-17 Alex Whittaker admires Davie Fisher’s immaculate model of Boeing's initial trainer
MINIATURE GEMS Alex Whittaker celebrates Indoor F/F scale models and recommends them as possible winter projects
CUTTING A DASH Brian Hoddy reveals some of his secrets for making a realistic scale instrument panel and cockpit components
CONTRA PROP CACOPHONY Jeff Barringer fits his Sea Fury with contra-rotating motors and revels in the distinctive noise
LASER-CUT LANCASTER Tony Nijhuis describes the creation of a 1:1 Lancaster nose section based on the TND plan of the famous Avro bomber
PFALZ DIIIa Arnaldo Correia takes a close look at one of the regular performers with the Spanish Dawn Patrol, built by Mário Vilaça
TIDY TURBULENT In our series on scale models built by our readers, Ian Smith completes a clubmate's favourite ultralight aircraft
MAKE IT SCALE Danny Fenton heads for the bright lights of Blackpool to compete in his first F4C competition
WEEKENDERS Tiring of the lockdowns but safe in his shed, Alex Whittaker is back in the workshop
BENCH BLOG Completing his Gipsy rubber model, Tim Hooper cuts tissue trim by computer and makes a laminated propeller
RV-4 Andy Blackburn offers up a neat sub 350W version of the Vans Aircraft homebuilt
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