At Warbirds Over Wisconsin I got a Model Aviation News January 1947 magazine for a few bucks. Included in the issue (which was photo copied and scanned) were several plans for aricraft. The only non static model that could be made RC was a Balsa Curtiss Reid Rambler. The plans only need to be scaled up and cut out, unfortanetly I have no saws and have now where to put one. I may find a workshop where I can rent time on a scroll or bansaw for cutting the Balsa and Ply. I wasn't originally planning on making one, but I made a bet, even though I won it the conversation went on to me having to build one as soon as I can. I have not time I plan to start, but this will be long term, probably in a year or more. After the build is done I will probably make an article on it. About the Curtiss Hawk, it was designed by Reid Aircraft Companyand almost crashe on its maiden when the ailerons jammed. Curtiss bought Reid and modified the aircraft as well. It was supposed to be for civillians, but the Royal Canadian Air Force ordered several as trainers as a complement to the famed Tiger Moth, also a Biplane. There is a no longet airworthy aircraft in a Montreal, but I don't plan on driving up to Montreal from Wisconsin.