Even during the busiest times of my life I have endeavored to maintain some
form of model building activity. This site has been created to help me chronicle
my journey through a lifelong involvement in model aviation, which
all began in Mayo, MD
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For the benefit of all the aeromodeling community, I have been
collecting images of vintage airplane, helicopter, and boat kits which have appeared
on eBay and
WorthPoint. Over time, it has been a very
good source of photos of it boxes and labels, plans, and all the included kit components
- balsa, plywood, hardwood, music wire, canopies, and hardware. Hyperlinks to external
websites is kept to a minimum because pages disappear frequently. Copyrights, if
any, are hereby acknowledged.
While I never had the pleasure of owning
Lou Andrews Aeromaster Too biplane, it was one of the many kits I though someday
I would build. After 61 years of existence, there still is no Aeromaster Too kit
in my collection, and at this point likely never will be. The Aeromaster Too was
a four-channel ("full-house" as it was known back in the day) aerobatic biplane
with a 48" wingspan for .45 to .61 in3 displacement glow fuel engines.
It used balsa, plywood, and hardwood construction along with music wire components
for the landing gear and
The photos presented here were downloaded from multiple Aeromaster Too kits listed
on eBay. They typically sell in the $125 to $200 price range, which is very comparable
to what a new kit of similar size and complexity would sell for today.