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March / April 1964 American Modeler
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March/April 1964 American Modeler

March / April 1964 American Modeler magazine cover Table 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 / April 1964

Vol. 61, No. 2


Plane on the Cover: French MATRA MOYNET M-360 "Juptier" has fore and aft 200-hp Lycoming IO-360-A1A's, seats 5. All-metal construction; retractable gear. Span 35.42'; length 25.81'; height 7.94'; empty weight 2,250-lb; gross weight 3,630; max gross weight 3,806; top speed 212-mph; cruises 197-mph on 65% power at 10,000'; lands at 65' take-off run over 50' obstacle, 1,397'; rate of climb 1,458'/min; climb on 1 engine 492'/min; service ceiling 22,468'; range 930-mi.


Matra Moynet M-360 via Howard Levy 5
Scalecraft & Finish by Paul Plecan 6
Control Line Capers by William (Wild Bill) Netzeband 10
Frank's "Tony" Stunter by Frank Lee Warburton 12
World T/L Glider, F/F, Wakefield Championships

by H. J. Nicholls

Stark Shark R/C Class II & III Winner by Dick Allen 32
Drag Championships by Rich Palmer & Dick Schwarzchild 39
Miniaturized Transistor Transmitters (Part 1) 40
A Trio Named Williams 43
Western Roundup with Dick Everett 44
Club Chatter by Rosalie Vanzant 46
What Goes On At Those Radio Control Conferences? 48
It Takes A Heap O' Equipment To Bring Home The Record 52
Everything Under (Radio) Control by Howard McEntee 56
Rivets Profile Goodyear Racer by George Funk 62
Hints & Kinks by Roland 64
Auto Show 68
Rocket Trails by G. Harry Stine 84
Republic Aviation's "Bikini" Recon Drone 92
Showcase: New, Novel, Interesting Products For Modelers 94


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