View Full Version : Warbird Plans! WW1, WW11, DF's

Sky Sharkster
01-09-2006, 03:39 PM
Like to Scratch build? Well, here you go!
http://www.rcstore.com/rs/index.asp Is the supplier of Plan sets from the construction articles in Model Airplane News. About 80 Warbird plan sets, only a few Ducted Fans, the rest split between WW1 and WW11. Many are big glow models but there's quite a few in the 30" to 50" W.S. range, too.
Most are listed under Scale, also check Electric, Control Line, Free Flight and Ducted Fans sections.
As you might imagine there's the usual P 51's (5), Me 109's9 (2), S.E. 5a's (2) and Fokker's (D-V11, EV-DV111, EV) but a lot of hard-to-get aircraft, too. Here's a partial list of plans;
Arado 76
AT-6 Texan (3)
A-10 Warthog (4)
Avro Vulcan
Brewster Buffalo F2A-2
C-3605 Schlepp
Curtis Hawk P-6E
de Havilland D.H. 2, D.H 4, Hornet, Mosquito
Dornier DO 23G, 335
Douglas F4D-1 Skyray
Fairey Firefly, Swordfish
Farman Moustique
F-18 Hornet
F-84F Thunderstreak
F8F Bearcat
Grumann Hellcat, Wildcat F4F-3, FM2-1, SA-16B Albatross
Heinkel HE 64C, 162 Salamander
KI-61 Tony
LTV. A7 Corsair
Lubin R-XIV
Macchi MC. 200 Saetta
Messerschmitt Me 163B-1A, 262A-21
Nieuport 12, 27, 28
Nikitin-Schevchenko IS-4
P-47N Thunderbolt (2)
P-38 Lightning (2)
Reggiane RE-2005 Saggittario
Sopwith Scout, Camel, 1 Strutter
Vickers Wellesley
Vultee-L1 Vigilante
P-40 Tomahawk (2)
PLZ-P38 Wolf (Not "Lightning", a Polish twin engine Fighter/Bomber)
Siemens Schuckert D-111
Sperry Messenger
Westland Wyvern, Whirlwind
Most sets are $ 15.00 to $ 25.00 plus S + H. It's worth a look!

01-17-2006, 08:03 PM
If the D-VII is by Uravitch stay away. Expensive and so accuate that it has ailerons on the lower wings and none on the top wing. I got a set of scale drawings and built the airplane anyway. I consider it a designer builder type as there was nothng on the MAN plans that was even close to scale. I had drawings dated 19 March 1918 to work from. The MAN plans went to the local landfill.