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    Plantas do Pat Johnston

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    Segue lista das plantas e contato do Pat Johnston para quem interessas em suas plantas:

    PLANS LIST (06/2011)

    Brothers of the Ring
    13274 W. Tapatio Dr.
    Boise, ID 83713
    Email: pjohnston@idahopower.com

    All my plans are drawn on ACAD. Most all have the full set of ribs drawn out so the builder can hand-cut the ribs very accurately. Plans are $15 for double sheets. Only $10 for the single sheet plans. It is very helpful to use the item number of the plans when ordering so we can keep the orders straight.

    Pat says, “I have the capacity to rescale any of these plans to a different size from the original. Such as, if you want a 60-sized Spitfire (#68) at 700 square inches, I can scale it up by a factor of 1.12 times the original, producing the desired size. Be advised that it will be obvious that the dimensional qualities of the new drawing will not be exact, such as a ½” square motor mount will be off sized. The builder will have to compensate for the differences. For anyone who is used to making models from plans and especially scratch builders, this should prove to be no problem. I charge a modest $20 fee for this re-sizing service.”

    The laser is operational and I can furnish ribs, other parts for a “short kit” along with arrow shafts for jig rods and other services. A good portion of these plans are already set up to cut so I can furnish parts usually quickly. Please inform me if you have special needs for wing jigging. The jig holes are 5/16” as a standard. Wing jig components are $12 if ordered with a kit. This includes the arrow shafts, spacers, and supports. You will have to furnish a 4-foot length of 12” wide shelving board to mount the jig parts on. The shelving stock is available at Lowes or Home Depot.

    The laser bed is 24” X 18” so it has a length limitation for fuselage sides. This is managed by splicing the fuselage in the middle of the wing, a technique used for years that I prefer. Generally, the price for ribs is $30 for planes over 600 squares with the smaller planes at $28. You can choose either 1/16” or 3/32” for the rib stock but due to the lightweight of our balsa, we highly recommend 3/32” for almost all larger size designs over 600 squares. All the wood I stock is contest grade balsa ( about 4-6# stock); so all parts come out very light. Specify the thickness of ribs you desire.
    Be advised that I will place your order in the “Q” and will get to it when I can. I am not retired, and cut parts on a part time basis, so filling orders can sometimes take a little time. I’ll try to give you an estimate on the delivery time.


    Wing jig instructions:

    Obtain a plank of 12” or 16” wide X 4 foot length of “Melamine” shelving stock and (Cool #6 or #8 X ¾” flat-top sheet metal screws to be used as a mounting surface for the wing jig. A few small clamps or wood clothespins are needed. See Lowes or Home Depot.
    This wing jig parts are made of 1/8” plywood. The two pieces of each side will be glued together to form the support stanchions. Counter notches are cut in, that make the joint totally organic so figuring out which part glues to which part is mindless. Now you have two stanchion assemblies. These are attached to the shelving stock with the ¾” long sheet metal screws. The screws are positioned just beside the stanchion mounting base, so when loosened, the stanchions can be slid out from under the heads of the screws. This technique allows for safe storage of the stanchions when not in use, as they could be damaged otherwise.
    Supplied are two Easton competition Series 75 20## (5/16” diameter) arrow shafts. These shafts are guaranteed straight to be no more than .003” from absolutely straight. They have a hard anodized coating and are very strong for their weight. Support in the middle will not be necessary. Included in the kit are two alignment plates which have holes at every ½” interval. When cutting the wing ribs, I space the jig holes so they will match one set of holes.
    When using the jig, I cut out the wing pattern and tape it to the shelving base to be used as a guide to exactly align the ribs, spars, trailing edge and leading edge. A very small drafting triangle is handy to be sure that all parts are upright and square.
    Slide all the ribs onto the jig rods and slide the alignment plates over each end. The rods will rest on the stanchions and the plates will slide up against the stanchions. At this point, clothespins, or some kind of little clamp, will be used to secure the plate to the stanchion. I find that old fashion wood clothespins are a modeler’s friend. These can found at most hardware stores, like Ace, True Value, etc.
    The beauty of this building system is that the shelving stock can be moved around on the building bench, and positioned so it is easy to work on the various sections of the wing. An added benefit is that each half of the wing is built separately. This is very important when building a wing that had dihedral in it. After each half is built, they are joined with the requisite dihedral blocked into the wings. After that, the controls are installed, and the center section sheeting is applied. All builders who have used this system find it very easy to build wings in halves and join them later.
    I hope you like using the wing jig and feel free to provide input and ask questions.



    1. Bearcat II- 710 inches, 60 engines. Larger version, similar to Al Rabe’s 46-sized stunter. Published in MA, March 2000 by Pat Johnston, with latest updates and better wing. World-class flier. 2-Sheets.
    2. Epiphany- 707 inch, 60 engines. Beautiful, classic look with an elliptical wing. 2-Sheets.
    3. Impact- 688 inch, tuned pipe setup by Paul Walker. ACAD version with a built up wing shown. 2-Sheets.
    4. Flite Streak- 400 inch, 35 engines. George Aldrich design on ACAD. 1- sheet.
    5. Hellcat- 700 inch, 60 engines. Similar to Bearcat above, by PSJ. 2-Sheets.
    6. ME109- 560 inch, 40 engines. Actually Bf-109f-4b. Adapted by Roy Hyatt. 1-Sheet.
    7. P40K- 560 inch, 40 engines. Super flier. Kitted by RSM. PSJ design. 2-Sheets.
    8. Sentimental Journey- 680 inch, 60 engines, by PSJ. The look of the Gee Bee 30’s air racers. 1-Sheet.
    9. Sentimental Journey 500- 500 inches, 25-35 engines by PSJ. Profile. Perfect with an OS25FP. Single sheet.
    10. Shark 402- 402 inches, 35 engine by PSJ. Profile killer flier. Perfect with OS25FP/LA. Single sheet
    11. The Chief- 595-inch, 35 engines. Bob Palmer’s old-timer. Single sheet.
    12. Cobra- 584 inch, 35 engines. Steve Wooley’s classic I-Beamer. 2-Sheets.
    13. Nakke- 598 inch 35 engines. Removable wing details shown, for Juhani Kari’s classic. Single sheet.
    14. Clown- 200 inch, 15 engines. Copy of the PDQ kit. North West Circuit racing event. Single sheet
    15. Shark 45- 690 inches, 45-60 engines. Lew McFarland’s classic. 2-Sheets.
    16. Gee Bee R-2- 580 inch by PSJ, 45-51 engines, profile stunter. Published in MA, May 1996. 2-Sheets.
    17. P40K- 700 inch, 51-60 engine by PSJ. Pro stunt super competition, published in MA, Sept 1999. 2-Sheets.
    18. QED- 500 inch, 35-40 engine by PSJ, Profile Scale stunter. Great 30’s look from the Gee Bee era. Published in MA, 1997. Single sheet.
    19. GWAF Quickie 500 race plane for R/C by PSJ. Great design developed over 15 years. Northwest winner. (Great Western Air Force) Single sheet.
    20. Avanti 60- 665 inch, By Bob Barron, and presented by Tom Dixon. Bob’s last iteration. 1-Sheet.
    21. Nobler Profile- ’57 version, altered by PSJ for lightweight profile design 1-Sheet.
    22. Stiletto XL- 660 inches, 45-60 engines. Les McDonald design. 1-Sheet.
    23. Spitfire- 740 inch, 60 engine by Windy Urtnowski. Published in MA. 2-Sheets.
    24. Seafire- 740 inch, .60 engines by Windy Urtnowski. 2-Sheets.
    25. Strega- 740 inch, .60 engines by Windy Urtnowski. 2-Sheets.
    26. Tsunami- 740 inch, 60 engine by Windy Urtnowski. 2-Sheets.
    27. Cardinal 40- 582 inch 40-45 engines, profile by Windy Urtnowski. Kitted by Brodak. 2-Sheets.
    28. Zero- 713 inch 60 engine Semi scale. Good-looking stunter by Pat Johnston. 2-Sheets.
    29. Nobler- 540-inch ’57 green box version by George Aldrich. 1- sheet.
    30. 1/2A combat- Hot 1/2A engines, 175 squares by Pat Johnston. 1-Sheet.
    31. Chizler- 540-inch stunter based on the nobler wing by Dick Mathis. Single sheet.
    32. Thunderbird- 560-inch stunter by Bob Palmer- early and ‘59 version. 2-Sheets.
    33. Smoothie- 540-inch stunter by Bob Palmer- Old Time legal. 2-Sheets.
    34. Ringmaster Imperial- 600-inch classic kitted by Sterling. Single sheet
    35. P40B profile- 560 inches by Pat Johnston. 2-Sheets.
    36. Olympic VI- 560 inch by Bob Gialdini (Classic) 2-Sheets.
    37. Charisma III- 620 incher, by PSJ, improved version of Tom Dixon’s Charisma II Single sheet.
    38. Jamison Special- 507 inch Old Timer by Bud Jamison. Single sheet.
    39. Valkyrie- 550 inch by Harold Price (Classic) Uses Crusader wing and tail. 2-Sheets.
    40. Skylark- From Sterling kit by Ed Southwick. 35 or 46 sized versions, Classic. 2-Sheets.
    41. P40K Mk II- 700 inch for Saito 4 stroke by Pat Johnston: more scale like than previous P40K. Removable wing. 2-Sheets.
    42. Hijacker- 700 inch 30’s looking stunter, radial engine, for Roy Trantham. 2-Sheets.
    43. Wildcat- 700 inch WWII fighter. For Bill Hummel, great looking plane. 2-Sheets.
    44. Ringmaster- For 25/35. Original “S1” version from Sterling, Shows all ribs. Single sheet.
    45. Challenger HLG- by Roy Higgs of Canada, with notes from PSJ. 1-Sheet.
    46. Ruffy- 540-inch classic by Lew McFarland, updated construction. 2-Sheets.
    47. Dragon- 460-inch old-timer by J.C. Yates. Single sheet.
    48. Avanti 53- 610-inch version for 45-53’s based on the Bob Baron Avanti. Designed by PSJ. 1-Sheet.
    49. Oriental- 537 inch by Dee Rice with Dee’s input and notes with modern trim accessories. Single sheet.
    50. Magician- 480 inch by Jim Silhavy as kitted by Midwest with updates by PSJ. Single sheet.
    51. Magician –407 inch original by Jim Silhavy (1950’s) before the kit Magician. Single sheet.
    52. Cosmic Wind- from Goldberg. All new ACAD plans. Single sheet.
    53. P40K-40 Mk II- 560 inch 40-sized version with removable wing. More scale-like than previous version. Deeper fuselage, dihedral. By PSJ. 2-Sheets.
    54. P51D Mustang- 626 inch 46-53 size. Very scale-like with dihedral. Totally modern aerodynamics by PSJ. Really good looking. Top performance in a smaller package for the LA46 to the Magnum 53. 2-Sheets.
    55. QED620- 631 inch for 46’s thru 53’s by PSJ. Close scale to the Granville Brothers QED transcontinental race plane built in 1934. 2-sheets.
    56. Shadow Cat- 724 inch for Saito 72 by PSJ. Bearcat II numbers. Real good looker based roughly on Russian Yak aerobatic machines. Originally designed for David Gresens. 2-Sheets.
    57. Mustang Profile- 565 inches for 35-46 engines. Built-up profile fuselage, dihedral; based on a smaller version of #54 Mustang in profile platform. 2-Sheets.
    58. Spitfire Mk XVI Profile- 558 inches for 35-46 engines. Built-up profile fuselage, dihedral; similar to the Mustang Profile (#57). 2-Sheets.
    59. Bearcat Profile- 562 inches for 35-46 engines. Built-up profile fuselage, dihedral; similar to Mustang Profile (#57). 2-Sheets.
    60. Ringmaster Lite- Regular S-1 Sterling Ringmaster with all the tricks to build it under 25 ounces. 1-Sheet.
    61. Corsair- 561 inch for 35-46 engines. Built-up profile fuselage, inverted gull wing, no flaps; similar to Mustang Profile (#57). 2-Sheets.
    62. Hughes H-1 racer- 608 squares for 46-53 power. Designed for Ian Creighton (England). Cool looking Howard Hughes race plane for the 30’s air-racing era. Profile. 2-sheets.
    63. Shark 35- 562 inches for 35-46 engines by Lew McFarland. Smaller version of famous Shark 45 with slightly better aerodynamics. Top classic performer. 2-Sheets.
    64. Bearcat classic by Al Rabe. Take apart details included- 604 inches 2-sheets.
    65. P47D- 684 inch for 70 4-stroke power. Designed for Thomas Case of Brazil. Low wing with dihedral, very scale-like. The Brazilians like it better than the Werwage P-47. 2-Sheets
    66. P39 Aircobra- 591 inch for 35-46 engines by Bill Simons. Classic. Cute plane. 2-Sheets.
    67. Colossus- 698 inch for 45-60 engines by Jim Tichy. Classic. I-beam with extremely modern moments and areas. Top competitor with ST51 and equivalent.
    68. Spitfire Mk XIV- 558 inches for 35-46 engines. Derived from the profile Spitfire. One of the most beautiful Spitfires ever modeled and this one is very pretty. Top performance in a 40 package. 2-Sheets.
    69. P51D Mustang Takedown Same as Mustang #54 with removable wing. 2-Sheets.
    70. Spitfire Mk XVI- 558 inches. Same as #68, but with bubble canopy. Very good looking. 2-sheets.
    71. Arctic Fox- 480 inch for .25-40. By Leo Mehl. Cute little stunter. Good performer. 1-sheet.
    72. Gee Bee “Z” Profile- 568 inches for LA46. 1931 National Air Race Champion called the “Flying Bumble Bee”. Designed by PSJ for Steve Helmick. 1 sheet.
    73. P47C- 684 inch for 70 4-stroke power. Razorback version of #65. 2-sheets.
    74. Ringmaster 1000- Huge Ringmaster for Fox 78 and such. Should be a kick. By PSJ. 2-sheets.
    75. Ringmaster 576/576S- Profile design for Dee Rice as a serious PA stunter by PSJ. LA46 power. This can be built as either the flapped version or the “Sport” version without flaps. Conversion shown on plans. 1-sheets.
    76. Yak 55M- by Rene’ Berringer. World competition plane for four strokes.
    77. LA-7- 630 inch, Under Design construction- For 46-53 power
    78. Corsair- 561 inch for 40-46 engines. Full bodied by PSJ. Either the F4U-1A or F2-G version. 2-sheets.
    79. Super Tucano- 685 inch semi-scale for the Brazilian stunt team by PSJ. 2-sheets.
    80. Ringmaster 526/526S- 526 inches reduced from Ringmaster 576. Specifically designed for the Brodak 40. This can be built as either the flapped version or the “Sport” version without flaps. Conversion shown on plans. 1-sheets.
    81. Speed King- Classic design by John Havel, based on 1930’s Folkerts Racer. 2-sheets
    82. Spitfire 626- Mk XIV version w/ bubble canopy and clipped tips. Very scale-like with dihedral. Totally modern aerodynamics by PSJ. Really good looking. Top performance in a smaller package for the LA46 to the Magnum 53. 2-Sheets.
    83. Bearcat 562- Full bodied version for the LA46. This is a shrunken down version of the Bearcat Mk II (Plan #1). Destined to be a super flyer for those wanting a modest sized plane. 2-Sheets.
    84. Ringmaster Bipe- 715-inch biplane that retains the essence of the Ringmaster. ST60 power. 2-sheets
    85. Ringmaster +P (built-up)- Built-up version of the Ringmaster+P which flew in the Walker Cup fly off in 2008. Top performing design by PSJ. Old Ringmaster, all new airfoil.
    86. Stuka- 479 inch original by Don Still for a 25. Top flying plane. 1-sheet.
    87. Keith’s Komet- By Keith Varley. Modified Oriental Plus (#100). Very pretty.
    88. P51 Sterling Profile- 319 inch profile kitted by Sterling. With stunt flaps. 1-sheet.
    89. Super Fly- Super Sport Race class plane for Hot 40’s. 1-sheet.
    90. Viking- 572-inch old-timer by F&B Models. No flaps. 2-sheets.
    91. Mako Jet- 600 inch profile jet design by PSJ. High wing with anhedral for 40-51 rear exhaust engines. The wing is above the exhaust this way. Wicked look in a Lew McFarland style. 2-sheets.
    92. Pinto- 1/2A Stunter by Dick Mathis based on the Oriental. Great flyer. 1-sheet.
    93. Trivial Pursuit II- 666 inch top stunter for pipes by Ted Fancher. 2-sheets.
    94. Impact 600- 600 inch Impact (Paul Walker) for 40-53’s. Perfect plane for moderate size with top performance. 2-sheets.
    95. Geo XL ribs only. This shows the basic wing layout with 14 parallel ribs for a conventional wing build with ¼” spars. Can be accurately cut out with laser technology. 1- sheet.
    96. Ringmaster 207- High performance 1/2A Ringmaster. Flaps just like the RM526/576. By PSJ. 1-Sheet.
    97. Ringmaster 307- High performance RM for an LA15. Similar to the RM526/576. By PSJ. 1-sheet.
    98. Ringmaster+P- By PSJ, Similar to S-1 RM (#44) with a foam wing and the airfoil of the RM576 for .25’s. 1-sheet. Unbelievable flyer. This one flew in the Walker Cup fly off in 2008. See #85 for built-up version. 2009 Nats Third place Open class speed limited combat.
    99. Miss Shirley- First model to ever fly with control lines, by Oba St. Claire. 1937 model. Historical.
    100. Oriental Plus- Dee Rice’s updated take off on the original Oriental design for a modern tuned pipe 40. Nats 2006 Top 20 qualifier. 2-sheets.
    101. Ringmaster 520 +P. Larger version of #98 for 40 sized engines, 1-Sheet.
    102. Ringmaster S-1 Gold Kit plans for Brothers of the Ring “Gold Series” kit. 1-Sheet. Ultra quality Ringmaster S-1 kit with all contest balsa, complete with all the best hardware. Fully shaped and notched leading edges and trailing edges. $95 for the kit. Includes full hardware.
    103. Mustang 565- Smaller version of Mustang 626 (#54). Beautiful and top flyer for 40/46 by PSJ. 2-sheets.
    104. Ringmaster Deluxe. 618 inches by Randy Powell. Large, high performing profile for either a 46-53 or a piped 40. Very good looking. 2-sheets.
    105. Wildcat +P- Foam wing combat/stunt trainer. 389 squares, 25-35 power. Top flyer by PSJ.
    106. P40B +P- Foam wing combat/stunt trainer. 389 squares, 25-35 power. Top flyer by PSJ.
    107. Bf109 +P- (Messerschmitt 109) Foam wing combat/stunt trainer. 380 squares, 25-35 power. Top flyer by Mark Scarborough.
    108. Hellcat +P- Foam wing combat/stunt trainer. 389 squares, 25-35 power. Top flyer by PSJ.
    109. Bearcat +P- Foam wing combat/stunt trainer. 389 squares, 25-35 power. Top flyer by PSJ.
    110. Zero +P- Foam wing combat/stunt trainer. 389 squares, 25-35 power. Top flyer by PSJ.
    111. Yak-9 +P- Foam wing combat/stunt trainer. 389 squares, 25-35 power. Top flyer by PSJ.
    112. La-7 +P- Foam wing combat/stunt trainer. 389 squares, 25-35 power. Top flyer by PSJ.
    113. Hurricane +P- Foam wing combat/stunt trainer. 389 squares, 25-35 power. Top flyer by PSJ.
    114. Fw190 +P- Foam wing combat/stunt trainer. 389 squares, 25-35 power. Top flyer by PSJ.
    115. Mustang +P- Foam wing combat/stunt trainer. 389 squares, 25-35 power. Top flyer by PSJ.
    116. Tony +P- Foam wing combat/stunt trainer. 389 squares, 25-35 power. Top flyer by PSJ.
    117. Super Ringmaster- 381 squares. Kit S-6. Full bodied version of the standard S-1 Ringmaster. 2 “D” sheets.
    118. Ringmaster Twin- 650 squares, Two .25’s, +P airfoil, absolutely wicked looking twin for all out stunt competition by PSJ. 2-sheets.
    119. Ringmaster Ultimate 576- Full bodied version of #75 RM 576/S. By PSJ. 2-sheets.
    120. Ringmaster Twin 275- 1/2A version of the Ringmaster Twin (#118) By PSJ. 1-sheet.
    121. Skymaster +P- Foam wing combat/stunt trainer. 389 squares, 25-35 power. Top flyer by PSJ.
    122. Ringmaster Ultimate 645- Full bodied Ringmaster for 50-60 engines. By PSJ. 2-sheets.
    123. (Saved)
    124. Ringmaster Ultimate 526- Full bodied Ringmaster for 40-46 engines. New, optional “D-tube” wing. By PSJ. 2-sheets.
    125. P-82 Twin Mustang- 649 inches, Twin engine (two 25’s) Profile by PSJ. 2-sheets.
    126. Ringmaster 21 (FF)- Rubber powered FF. 21” (half scale) Can be electrified and r/c’d. 1-sheet. (under construction).
    127. Ringmaster 610- for ST51, both in Profile and full body configurations. 2-sheets.
    128. Stuka +P- Foam wing combat/stunt trainer. 389 squares, 25-35 power. Top flyer by PSJ.
    129. Corsair +P- Foam wing combat/stunt trainer. 389 squares, 25-35 power. Top flyer by PSJ.
    130. Super Ringmaster 1200- .80 – 1.08 engines. Will demand counseling for the builder. 3-sheets.
    131. Spitfire by Charles Mackey- 575 inch classic plane. 2-sheets
    132. Epiphany II- Gorgeous 567 inch “40-46” sized version of Epiphany (Plan #2). Fully elliptical wing and flowing lines by PSJ. Two wing construction methods available. 3-sheets.
    133. FW190D-9- 561 squares, full bodied fighter. Great, competitive stunt qualities by PSJ. 2-sheets.
    134. Bygone Times- 536 inches based on Oriental wing with a 30’s air racer look. 1-sheet.
    135. P-47D- 579 inches for LA46 by PSJ. Very scale-like, with modern performance. 2-sheets.
    136. P-47C- 579 inches for LA46 by PSJ. Very scale-like, with modern performance. 2-sheets.
    137. P-47C/D- 566 inch profile for LA46 by PSJ. Very scale-like, with modern performance. 2-sheets.
    138. FW190D-9- 561 inch profile for LA46 by PSJ. Very scale-like, with modern performance. 2-sheets.
    139. Corsair- 704 inches for 60 power by PSJ. Very scale-like, with modern performance. 2-sheets.
    140. La-7- 574 inch for 40-51 power by PSJ. Very scale-like with modern performance. 2-sheets.
    141. Ki-61~ “Tony”~ 584 inch full fuse stunter by PSJ. Very realistic. Modern performance. 2-sheets.
    142. S-2 Mustang (Sterling) set up for carrier.
    143. “Plus P” wood wing for the builder who wants a balsa wing for the +P designs. 1-sheet.
    144. S-3 Yak-9 (Sterling) ~~~ Under design~~~
    145. Fw-190D-9 Same as #138 with altered wing for new trick airfoil (elliptical). 2-sheets.
    146. Ringmaster 1014. Profile fuselage magnum sun shade for a 60.
    147. Deflection Gauge. Clamp to surfaces, zero the dial and read out the flap/elevator movement.
    148. Ringmaster 800 +P. Top performance airfoil in an 800 inch package. 60 sized.
    149. Mako Jet III- Similar to #91 with a straight wing in the “normal” location. 46 power. 2-sheets.
    150. Hellcat 566- Profile for 40-46 power. Top performance for the profile class. 2-sheets.
    151. Hellcat 566- full body for 40-51 power by PSJ. 2-sheets.
    152. Hellcat 566- full body with polyhedral wing. More scale-like presentation by PSJ. 2-sheets.
    153. Shoestring 566- based on Brodak P-40 wing. Scale-like profile stunter by PSJ. 2-sheets.

    Plans List by Category
    (See above for complete descriptions)




    Old-Time before1952:

    11. The Chief
    33. Smoothie



    38. Jamison Special
    47. Dragon (Yates)
    86. Stuka (Don Still)



    86. Stuka (Don Still)
    90. Viking
    102. Ringmaster S-1

    Classic 1953-1969:

    4. Flite Streak
    12. Cobra
    13. Nakke
    14. Clown (PDQ)
    15. Shark 45
    29. Nobler
    31. Chizler
    32. Thunderbird


    34. Ringmaster Imperial
    36. Olympic VI
    39. Valkyrie
    40. Skylark
    46. Ruffy
    49. Oriental
    50. Magician (Midwest)
    51. Magician (original)
    52. Cosmic Wind
    63. Shark 35
    64. Bearcat (Rabe)
    66. P-39 Aircobra
    67. Colossus
    81. Speed King
    88. P-51D (Sterling)
    92. Pinto
    117. Super Ringmaster
    131. Spitfire (Mackey)


    Modern Era (1970 to present):

    1. Bearcat II
    2. Epiphany
    3. Impact
    5. Hellcat
    6. Me109 (560)
    7. P-40K (560)
    8. Sentimental Journey (680)
    9. Sentimental Journey (500P)
    10. Shark 402
    16. Gee Bee R2
    17. P-40K (700)
    18. QED (500P)
    20. Avanti 60
    21. Nobler Profile
    22. Stiletto XL
    23. Spitfire
    24. Seafire
    25. Strega
    26. Tsunami
    27. Cardinal 40
    28. Zero
    35. P-40B (560P)
    37. Charisma III
    41. P-40K MkII (700)
    42. Hijacker
    43. Wildcat (700)
    48. Avanti 53 (610)
    53. P-40K MkII (560)
    54. P51D (626)
    55. QED 630
    56. Shadow Cat
    57. Mustang (560P)
    58. Spitfire MkXVI (560P)
    59. Bearcat (560P)
    62. Hughes H-1 (608)
    65. P-47D
    68. Spitfire MkXVI (560)
    69. P-51D (TD)
    70. Spitfire MkXVI (bubble)
    71. Arctic Fox
    72. Gee Bee Z (568P)
    73. P-47C
    74. Ringmaster 1000
    75. Ringmaster 576/S
    76. Yak 55M
    77. LA-7
    78. Corsair 561
    79. Super Tucano
    80. Ringmaster 526/S
    82. Spitfire 626
    83. Bearcat 562
    84. Ringmaster Bipe
    85. Ringmaster +P (Built-up)
    87. Keith’s Komet
    91. Mako Jet (600P)
    93. Trivial Pursuit
    94. Impact 600
    95. Geo XL ribs only
    96. Ringmaster 207
    97. Ringmaster 307
    98. Ringmaster +P
    100. Oriental Plus
    101. Ringmaster 520 +P
    103. Mustang 565
    104. Ringmaster Deluxe
    105. Wildcat +P
    106. P40B +P
    107. Bf109 +P
    108. Hellcat +P
    109. Bearcat +P
    110. Zero +P
    111. Yak-9 +P
    112. La-7 +P
    113. Hurricane +P
    114. Fw190 +P
    115. Mustang +P
    116. Tony +P
    118. Ringmaster Twin
    119. Ringmaster Ultimate 576
    120. Ringmaster Twin 275
    121. Skymaster +P
    122. Ringmaster Ultimate 645
    124. Ringmaster Ultimate 576
    125. P-82 Twin Mustang
    127. Ringmaster 610
    128. Stuka +P
    129. Corsair +P
    130. Super Ringmaster 1200
    132. Epiphany II
    133. FW 190D-9
    134. Bygone Times
    135. P47D (579)
    136. P47C (579)
    137. P-47C/D Profile
    138. FW190D-9
    139. Corsair 704
    140. La-7 (574)
    141. Ki-61 Tony



    Warbirds:

    1. Bearcat II
    5. Hellcat
    6. Me109 (560)
    7. P-40K (560)
    17. P-40K (700)
    23. Spitfire
    24. Seafire
    28. Zero
    35. P-40B Profile
    41. P-40K MkII
    43. Wildcat
    53. P-40K-40 MkII
    54. P-51D 626
    57. Mustang 565 Profile
    58. Spitfire MkXVI Profile
    59. Bearcat Profile
    61. Corsair Profile


    64. Bearcat (Rabe)
    65. P-47D
    66. P-39 Aircobra
    68. Spitfire MkXVI (560)
    69. P-51D 626(TD)
    70. Spitfire MkXVI (Bubble)
    73. P47C
    77. LA-7
    78. Corsair 561
    82. Spitfire 626
    83. Bearcat 562
    86. Stuka (Don Still)
    88. P-51 (Sterling)
    103. Mustang 565
    105. Wildcat +P
    106. P40B +P
    107. Bf109 +P
    108. Hellcat +P
    109. Bearcat +P
    110. Zero +P
    111. Yak-9 +P
    112. La-7 +P
    113. Hurricane +P
    114. Fw190 +P
    115. Mustang +P
    116. Tony +P
    121. Skymaster +P
    125. P-82 Twin Mustang
    128. Stuka +P
    129. Corsair +P
    131. Spitfire (Mackey)
    133. FW190D-9
    135. P47D (579)
    136. P47C (579)
    137. P47C/D Pro
    138. FW190D-9 Pro
    139. Corsair 704
    140. La-7 (574)
    141. Ki-61 Tony



    Profiles:

    4. Flite Streak
    9. Sentimental Journey 500P
    10. Shark 402
    14. Clown (PDQ)
    16. Gee Bee R-2
    18. QED (500P)
    21. Nobler Profile
    27. Cardinal 40
    35. P-40B Profile
    50. Magician
    51. Magician (original)
    52. Cosmic Wind
    57. Mustang 565 profile
    58. Spitfire MkXVI Profile
    59. Bearcat Profile
    61. Corsair Profile
    62. Hughes H-1
    72. Gee Bee Z
    74. Ringmaster 1000
    75. Ringmaster 576/S
    80. Ringmaster 526/S
    85. Ringmaster +P (Built-up)
    87. Bf109 +P
    88. P-51D (Sterling)
    91. Mako Jet (600P)
    96. Ringmaster 207
    97. Ringmaster 307
    98. Ringmaster +P
    101. Ringmaster 520 +P
    102. Ringmaster S-1
    104. Ringmaster Deluxe
    105. Wildcat +P
    106. P40B +P
    107. Bf109 +P
    108. Hellcat +P
    109. Bearcat +P
    110. Zero +P
    111. Yak-9 +P
    112. La-7 +P
    113. Hurricane +P
    114. Fw190 +P
    115. Mustang +P
    116. Tony +P
    120. RM Twin 1/2A
    121. Skymaster +P
    125. P-82 Twin Mustang
    127. Ringmaster 610
    128. Stuka +P
    129. Corsair +P
    137. P-47C/D Pro
    138. FW190D-9 Pro
    143. S-3 Yak-9
    146. Ringmaster 1014
    148. Ringmaster 800+P
    149. Hellcat 566


    Others:

    19. GWAF Quickie 500
    14. Clown C/L Racing
    30. 1/2A Combat
    45. Challenger HLG
    89. Superfly C/L Racing



    95. GEO XL ribs




    Ringmasters:

    34. Ringmaster Imperial
    74. Ringmaster 1000
    75. Ringmaster 576/S
    80. Ringmaster 526/S
    84. Ringmaster bipe (715)
    85. Ringmaster +P Built-up





    96. Ringmaster 207
    97. Ringmaster 307
    98. Ringmaster +P
    101. Ringmaster 520 +P
    102. Ringmaster S-1
    104. Ringmaster Deluxe
    117. Super Ringmaster
    118. Ringmaster Twin




    119. Ringmaster Ultimate
    120. Ringmaster Twin 275
    122. Ringmaster Ultimate 645
    124. Ringmaster Ultimate 576
    126. Ringmaster 21 (FF)
    127. Ringmaster 610
    130. Super Ringmaster 1200
    146. Ringmaster 1014
    148. Ringmaster 800+P
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    Re: Plantas do Pat Johnston

    Mensagem  Marcus36X em Sex Nov 30 2012, 11:10

    Muitas opcoes... Fica ate dificil de escolher...rs

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