Earl Cayton, Salem, Oregon, employs dural firewall plate as firm base for thrust adjustment washers in radially-mounted
engine of free flight gassie -
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Inexpensive model "tools" for easier handling of small model parts - Arthur Lederle, Southold, New York.
Fabric covering is easily applied with paste adhesive. Spread over frame with fingertip, it allows 15 min. period
for stretching covering before setting. By Eric Knox, San Francisco, California.
Sections cut from combs make realistic grills for cowl openings. Ideal for team racers, stunt & scale models
of all sizes says Phil Boretto, Santa Rosa, California.
L.M. Waldorf, Binghampton, New York, makes small coupling at firewall to facilitate replacing fuel line to "sealed-in"
Great variety in shapes of plastic nail polish caps include some suitable for A/2 engine spinners suggests Keith
Red, 12, Union City, Michigan.
Richard Chang, Hong Kong, China, rigs realistic rocket batteries under wing of control-line model -