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April 1969 American Aircraft Modeler
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April 1969 American Aircraft Modeler

April 1969 American Aircraft Modeler magazine cover Table of Contents
Aeromodeling has seen significant changes over the decades both in technology and preferences. Magazines like American Aircraft Modeler, American Modeler, and Air Trails were the best venues for capturing snapshots of the status quo of the day. All copyrights are hereby acknowledged.

April 1969
Vol. 68, No. 4


On the Cover:
The ardent Tenderfoot is James Marks, son of AAM author Fred Marks. The model is the Flying Funtique, the little crate you'll want to build for that Tenderfoot Contest. Photograph by Bob Lautman.

Flying Funtique, by William Hannan 12
Emeraude,Bob Morse 20
Biceps, by Donald Yearout 25
CO2 Power Is Coming Back,
Howard McEntee and Bill Brown Jr.
28
1917 Morane-Saulnier AI (M.S. 29), by Björn Karlström 42B,C
The Snork 93,W. R. Mac Laren 42D
Giant B-52,Richard Marmo 54
Model World - On the International Scene 18
Scale Techniques for the Plastic Modeler,John N. Townsley 30
Radio Control World,Howard McEntee 32
1909 Curtiss Model A - Björn Karlström 36
Versapulse Transmitter,Fred M. Marks 40
Getting Started in R/C,Howard McEntee 43
Word from AMA President Patton 45
Once Over - AMA News Bits 47
AMA Record Reviews 48, 49
AMA News Extra - C/L Team Program Officer 51
Directory, Contest Calendar 52
Model Rocketeer 53
Editorial - Straight and Level,William J. Winter 6
You Said It- Letters to the Editor 8
New Products Check List 44
Classified Advertising 82
Quality Hobby Shops 82

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Posted April 7, 2011

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