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Tandy's Model Aircraft
A Lifelong Involvement with Model Airplanes

The purpose of Tandy’s web site is to share his life
long interest in model aviation through the construction details of the various
model projects he has completed as well as those projects he is currently
working on.

Home of Jim Walker & The American Junior
Jim Walker was really one of a kind. He was a visionary, a showman, an inventor and a passionate promoter of Model Aviation. Whether he was flying his Two-Speed ignition engine Fireball with U-Control or his 10 cent Model 74 Glider, he captivated the crowds and the imagination of a generation of youngsters with his incredible flying skills. Producing Ready-To-Fly model planes years before balsa became common, his American Junior Aircraft Company shaped the furure of the hobby world with his innovative ideas and gave many of us the tools for the gift of flight. For those lucky enough to have met Jim Walker, we offer some precious fond memories. For those of us who never had the chance, we offer the chance to experience the fun and excitement of discovering the magic that was Jim Walker

The Raynes Park Model Aircraft Club

We are based in South West London and specialise in Vintage and Nostalgia model aircraft flying, particularly free flight but also control line and radio control. Indoor flying is also popular.

Contest Director Graham Knight with his Jimmie Allen Yellow Jacket

See their site for information about the upcoming Jimmie Allen Contests for Old Warden (see contest announcement on Raynes Park MAC site

Welcome to the site of a pair of master craftsment from Italy who specialize in Reproducing great motors of the past and who have ties to SAM Italia. No one claims to be an italian linguist but the rough translation of their home page text is as follows: "In these pages you will find photos and characteristics of motors for model aircraft of years 45-46 that have been replicated by two modellisti,(modellers) friends for life,in that they share the same passion for the mechanics, and modelling in general. These replicas can be more appreciated when you consider how many originals were constructed and moreover you will find here replicas of the true reproductions, working, of marine motors that were installed on fishings boats of years 40 and 50. Finally the realization of one new replica: The Elia Titano, Other Italian motor of 1946. Leaf through this page from time to time and you will be able to follow the realization of this replica in all its constructive phases. " Saluto! to Emidio Gattfoni and his lifelong modeling friend, Alessandro Ambrosi for their modeling and their passion for engines and life!

The Windy Sock is the newsletter of the Alamo Escadrille, Flying Aces Club Squadron #26, San Antonio, TX. It is the First and Only complete FAC Newsletter online.
The Christchurch Model Aero Club Is one of the oldest clubs in New Zealand. Founded in 1947 it caters for all aspects of miniature aircraft flying, including Radio Control, Free Flight and Control Line. Our primary flying site is located at the "Willows" on Thompson Road, about 13 Km along the Old West Coast Road from the turn-off at the horse transfer depot on Highway 73. We welcome visitors and new members, so feel free to drive out and watch us flying on any Sunday.

National Free-Flight SocietyTo preserve, promote and enhance interest in the sport and hobby of Free Flight model aircraft in all its forms

Home to the Academy of Model Aeronautics web presence. Under construction, and apparently, a surprise to most AMA members, it will offer a range of services for AMA members, club listings, contest calendars, hopefully with frequent updates. Fine graphics and attractive to navigate, this is a must-have on your bookmark list.

Muroc Model Masters- From Edwards AFB, CA. Excellent site with newsletters, links and more! Maintained by Larry Wuertzer of their club, this site is updated frequently and has wealth of information. They also have a Newsletter Editors Resource Page. This is where the newsletter editor of your club can go to collect articles and ideas from other newsletter editors. All of the links on this page have given their permission to quote their work, they only ask for credit if you do. The Muroc Model Masters would also like to invite you to add your newsletter to their list of editors willing to share their work.

The Experimental Aircraft Association's Web Site--more fun than you could believe! Still the best organization for home-builders. Let's face it, most modelers secretly wish to build a full-scale job......Some Day!
Italian Flying Model Aircraft Magazines Gian-Paolo Capitani's website of articles, plans and photos copied from antique Italian model magazines. A wonderful resource for Italian roots in flying models.
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