suppose you might be expecting something “lazy.” Let me introduce you to the Bee Liner, a plane whose ̀nest trick is just sitting “stationary,” taking a break, reclining in the air. You can do this stunt pretty easily. 脀e Bee Liner stays airborne because it has four propellers blowing air over its wing. Be sure to read the complete instructions (at ModelAirplaneNews.com/beeliner) before you make the parts. Don’t make the fuselage sides until you have read that section. Most of the parts should be made out of good hard balsa. Here are few parts, and they are simple.
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