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  1. FoamyDM

    1:8.67 Scale Handley Page O-400 - Flite Fest 2022 Dawn Patrol Challenge

    I have been looking at the Handley Page O-400 Which was a 1916 Bomber with a 100ft wing span. At 1:6 scale... the wingspan would be 16ft. Fuse will be 10ft long, and a 16ft wingspan. Making it difficult to transport/Build. After confirming a smaller scale would work for the challenge. History...
  2. JakeTheSloth

    1:6 scale Fokker D.VI & Aviatik Berg D.I "Dawn Patrol" challenge

    Hello everyone I just want to share the plans I made off a paper model for said Fokker and Aviatik Berg. The fokker is already in 1:6 scale for Dawn Patrol requirements, with my "instructions" written on plans, it's not a build for someone new but it's rather simple and fit is pretty good. The...
  3. Zephyr1

    FTFC20 SPAD XIII designed by Zephyr1

    My entry into this challenge will be a Spad XIII. The initial plans call for a 30in wingspan, and that's what I am going to be doing initially. However I do plan on scaling it up to near a 40in wingspan in line with Ben's PT-17. I usually design a lot of EDFs, so it will be fun to do something...
  4. TooJung2Die

    Guillows SE5a Kit 202 Rubber Power to RC Conversion

    I haven't built a Guillows kit in over 45 years. The last Guillows kit I built as a boy was this SE5a. It was rubber powered and covered with the green tissue that came in the kit. I remember it wasn't a great flier. The rubber and prop didn't have enough thrust for it to climb well. The landing...
  5. CatholicFlyer

    After The Nieuport 24, Bristol Fighter F2b

    I found the images/video on Youtube, but waiting to hear back from the New Zealand World War One Club who does the website with all the information on these classic planes and see if I can use some original photos to help build it. I would say in two or three months, the Nieuport will be done...