May 2004 - Table of Contents
pg.24 Top Flite Nobler C/L ARF - Will Hubin & Les Nering - FM Product Review: A classic made easy and better. Includes sidebar on OS .46LA-S engine.
pg.32 Polikarpov I-16 - Michael Heinrich & Rocky Russo - FM Construction Feature: F/F rubber scale model of WW II Russian fighter. Wing span is 24 inches. Plan CD222
pg.42 Stabiloplan IV - Dick Miller - FM Construction Feature: R/C Electric flying wing with a fuselage. Wing span is 44-1/4 inches. For 3-channels. Plan CD223
pg.48 Modern Model Finishing Techniques - Bradley Walker - Flying Models How-To: A new way to a "front row" finish using more modern paints, materials, and tools.
pg.60 Macchi 205 Veltro - John Sabini Jr. - In Detail: fascinating story behind the creation of a C/L museum scale model of the classic Italian WW II fighter.
pg.70 Wing Mfg. P-40B Tomahawk - John Judd - FM Product Review: Laser cutting revitalizes a neat sport scale kit. Includes sidebar on Magnum XL .61 RFS engine.
On the Cover: Among the most beautiful, and capable propeller fighters ever designed was the Italian Macchi 205 Veltro. John Sabini Sr's spectacular museum scale model pays homage to the beautiful aircraft. Photo: John Sabini Jr.