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Big Tiger. A profile control-line stunter for .35 motors features a 48" wingspan and is derived from a rubber powered design. Full-size plan included.
AERO MODELLER #661 Feb 1991 (v.56) pg. 74, Insert

Tyro's Tucano. A simple profile control-line trainer for 1.5cc motors is built from sheet balsa. Full-size plan included for the Tucano RAF basic trainer, with options for the Lil Quickie 71 and Ginny 94.
AERO MODELLER #662 Mar 1991 (v.56) pg. 158, Insert

Lockeed P-38 Lightning. A profile scale aerobatic control-line model for two 1.5cc motors has a 43" wingspan. Full-size plan included.
AERO MODELLER #666 Jul 1991 (v.56) pg. 396, Insert

Australian CA-25 Winjeel. Control line trainer which is designed for 1.5cc motors (with or without throttle control). Built from sheet balsa.
AERO MODELLER #721 Feb 1996 (v.61) pg. 26, 27 (Insert)

Laird Solution. A control line profile model of the famous 1930 Thompson Trophy racer is a simple, fast-building biplane. Designed for .25 to .35 power.
MODEL AVIATION Mar 1990 (v.16#3) pg. 73

Piaggio P180 Avanti canard pusher is powered by two .049 engines. A C/L profile with 38.5" wingspan.
MODEL AVIATION May 1990 (v.16#5) pg. 59

Getting started in control-line aerobatics by constructing a profile Stunter. Part 1. Tips on building models which are properly aligned, well sanded, and lightweight. Tips on joints and adhesives.
MODEL AVIATION Sep 1990 (v.16#9) pg. 60

North American AT-6 C/L profile stunter features a 1" thick fuselage and either a planked foam wing or a built-up fully sheeted wing.
MODEL AVIATION Oct 1990 (v.16#10) pg. 58

Getting started in control-line aerobatics by constructing a profile Stunter. Part 2. How to make your plane look and fly better. Sanding tips. Hinge installation. Lubricating the control system.
MODEL AVIATION Oct 1990 (v.16#10) pg. 62

Weight reduction technique for use when building control-line scale and profile models. How to save a couple of ounces by weighing and correctly placing each individual component in an airplane kit.
MODEL AVIATION Oct 1990 (v.16#10) pg. 63

Tip on improving the appearance of your profile scale C/L model by mounting the landing gear inside the fuselage.
MODEL AVIATION May 1991 (v.17#5) pg. 50

P-82B Twin Mustang profile C/L model is powered by two .15 size diesels. Wingspan is 48".
MODEL AVIATION Jun 1991 (v.17#6) pg. 51

Cardinal Classic features a stringered fuselage which gives it the look of a full-fuselage Stunter rather than the C/L profile model it is. A dummy five-cylinder engine adds more realism.
MODEL AVIATION Jul 1991 (v.17#7) pg. 48

Curtis Seahawk XF7C-3. A golden age design (circa 1930) adaptable to both Navy Carrier and Profile Scale events. Features 37" wingspan, .29- to .45-size engine, built-up wing and sheet balsa fuselage and tail surfaces.
MODEL AVIATION Dec 1992 (v.18#12) pg. 92

Cessna Bird Dog II (OE-2). A scale profile sport control-line model features a Tee Dee .051 engine and 36" wingspan.
MODEL AVIATION Feb 1994 (v.20#2) pg. 41

Gee Bee R2. Distinctive model for control-line stunt or profile scale. Features 56" wingspan, .45-.60 two-stroke engine, and built-up construction.
MODEL AVIATION May 1996 (v.22#5) pg. 50

XB-70. An all-wood (sheet balsa) profile model of the North American XB-70 with a 28" wingspan utilizes an .049 engine in pusher mode. Good beginners model.
MODEL AVIATION Jun 1996 (v.22#6) pg. 24

QED 500. Dual-purpose model to compete in Profile Scale and to be flown as an intermediate C/L Stunt (precision aerobatics) model. Wingspan is 54", engine is a .40 two-stroke, and uses built-up construction.
MODEL AVIATION Oct 1998 (v.24#10) pg. 88

T-28. A 1/2A control-line sport/stunt model features a sheet balsa profile, but is not a true scale model of the North American T-28 military trainer. Reduced scale plan included.
MODEL AVIATION Feb 1999 (v.25#2) pg. 44