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Model Builder September - October 1974

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Publication Title:Model Builder
Issue Number:34
Volume:4
Publisher:Model Builder
Issue:September 1974
Publishing Date:01-09-1974
Edition:American
Scanned By:George Creta
Vectorized By:Hlsat
Keywords:Model Builder, MB, Magazine
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File:Model Builder September - October 1974
Link to URL:https://rcbookcase.com/details.php?publication_id=1248
FEATURES
Workbench by Bill Northrop page 4
Over the counter by Bill Northrop page 6
Remotely Speaking by Bill Northrop page 8
Plus Sparks by John Pond page 13
Radio Control at the 1974 Nationals by Bill Northrop page 18
Chopper Chatter by John Tucker page 24
RC Pylon by Jerry Silverman page 27
RC Soaring by Le Gray page 28
Control Line by Jed Kusik page 32
Hannans Hangar by Bill Hannan page 38
FF Scale by Fernando Ramos page 42
Free Flight by Bob Stalick page 43
Photo Album Lakehurst July 1975 page 46
Strictly Sail by Rod Carr page 50
RC Auto News by Chuck Hallum page 52

Scale Views
Douglas 0-46A Part 2 by Peter Westburg page 31

CONSTRUCTION
N1MH.L.G. by Daniel Walton page 12
Buhl Pup Old Timer by Phil Bernhardt page 16 - 17
The Love Eagle by Bob Oslan page 35
Belgian Peanut Renard R-17 by Walt Mooney page 39
WORKBENCH from Bill Northrops.

ABOUT THOSE 8 PAGES
Have you priced paper towels lately Or that other paper product that is so essential in homes and rest rooms all over the country The cost has almost doubled what it was a year ago
In the face of that it doesnt seem too sensible to add one-ninth again as much paper to the content of a magazine. However if we were nuts enough to start this publication in the first place it doesnt take that much more to fatten it up a bit.
Actually for the time being its just a one-shot deal brought about by having two big modeling events take place in the U.S. within a one month period and as a peace offering from us to you for combining two issues.
Continued

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