This new Razorback is designed to impress! From its composite construction to its aluminum finish, this P-47 is intended for scale modelers. It’s designed for a Moki 250 radial engine and 4-blade prop, and all-American-made landing gear is available. This 110-inch-span aircraft costs $3290; for more information go to www.carf-models.com.
By Fred Culbertson I have always had a special interest in WW II fighter aircraft. This dates back to my first encounter with the Mustang flown at the first airshow I attended with my father in 1968 at McCoy Air Force Base (now Orlando International Airport). Although the SR 71 and the F-4 Phantom seemed [...]
If the chilly weather is starting to set in where you are and you’re looking to extend your RC Summer. You’re getting ready to winterize that big AMR 1/3-scale Waco you finished last Spring and have flown for the past 6 months. You’re really comfortable with it now; it looks perfect in the air and [...]
The F4U-1D Corsair, characterized by its gull-wing-shaped wings, is one of the greatest fighter bombers of its time. It could outfight, out-climb and overtake any prop-driven enemy. BH Models has just introduced a fantastic Corsair 120 ARF. I have built and reviewed several BH Models in the past and have come to revere them [...]
Elsewhere on the Model Airplane News website, is my online review of the amazing Zing 24 Laser cutter/engraver from Epilog Laser. In learning how to use this impressive 12×24 inch laser cutter, I decided to take on of the construction plans from the Airagestore.com website and cut the various parts out to produce a [...]