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March 1967 American Modeler
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March 1967 American Modeler

March 1967 American Modeler magazine coverTable of Contents]

These pages from vintage modeling magazines like Flying Aces, Air Trails, American Modeler, American Aircraft Modeler, Young Men, Flying Models, Model Airplane News, R/C Modeler, captured the era. All copyrights acknowledged.

March 1967

Vol. 64, No. 3

The Cover: Elliot Dickson III of Clifton, N.J. poses his dad's RC "Fly Baby," built from Pete Bowers' plans. Span is 49", weight 5 lbs., power a K&B .45 engine.


Editorial-Straight and Level 4
Club Chatter by Rosalie Vanzant 6
A.M. Reviews by Stanley M. Ulanoff 8
The Grumman Widgeon, by Paul R. Matt 11
The Jester by Ken Bonnema 15
Jumbo by Frank Pierce 16
Douglas Skystreak, by Frank Beatty 18
The Magic Touch 20
Stratowake by Frank Heeb 23
Sketchbook, by H. A. Thomas 24
Wanted: A & P Mechanics - Part II, by Walter Zaharevitz and Dr. Mervin K. Strickler Jr. 25
Multi-Cylinder Engines, by William Woodall 28
Miniature Air Museum-Northrop F-5A 'Skoshi Tiger' by John N. Townsley 30
On the Line by John Blum 32
Grid Leaks-Radio Control World by Howard McEntee 33
Simpro II 36
National Association of Rocketry 47
Count-Down: Soviet MR-1 Meteo Sounding Rocket, by G. Harry Stine 50
1966 AMA Election 39
'69 FAI Free Flight Team Selection 42
Why FAI? 43
C.I.A.M. Report 44
Directory of AMA Officers 46


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Posted February 5, 2011