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THIS is the page for aero-model pictures - your own, or others you've seen at the club or at a show; they are all welcome if they're nice to look at! 

If you're not into digital photography or scanning pictures, why not send me some photos by regular mail?  It's not too pricey; a batch of five or six photos costs $1.00 airmail postage from the USA, for example. My address is on home page.


All the pictures on this page are thumbnails - click on the picture for an enlarged view


These models are the craftwork of DON COE.
donsDH82 1.jpg (21316 bytes) A couple of excellent shots showing some of the intricate detail of Don's DH82 Tiger Moth DH82 2.jpg (32824 bytes)
donscurtissP40.jpg (22630 bytes) Curtiss P-40, built from TopFlite Gold Series kit and powered by OS 120 Surpass and fitted with Robart retracts. All the paint is Dulux vinyl matt with Ronseal satin polyurethane varnish over hand-painted insignia. The scheme is based on the full-size Kitty Hawk owned by Rudi Frasca, a picture of which was featured on the Aeroplane Monthly calendar for 1998
Nieuport 17, built to 1/5th scale from Don's own design and drawings. The model has an OS 40 Surpass engine. Covered in natural Solartex and finished as Major Raoul Lufberg's aircraft. donsnieuport.jpg (38625 bytes)
Meet Don on personal profiles.


Niagara Region Model Flying Club is featured on club scene this time, and here are pictures of some of their members' models.

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Scratch-built Cloud Dancers

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MARK WEST'S Piper J3 Club. 
Carl Goldberg kit, fitted here with a Magnum 65 2-stroke

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The late GARTH MITCHELL'S  beautiful Chipmunk 

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A lovely Cessna from




I very much enjoyed a visit to Wings & Wheels Model Spectacular held at North Weald Airfield on Saturday 30th June. Here are a few pictures I brought back. Unfortunately, there was no detailed printed programme, so I cannot identify all the models or their owners .
varioairwolf.jpg (16727 bytes) Vario Air Wolf, flown magnificently by Vario's demonstrator pilot DAVE HOLLINS. The model has a carbon fibre shell, weighs 23lbs and is powered by a Zenoah 23 petrol engine.  With 12 servos on board, she has a working under-belly rocket launcher, retracting guns, working navigator lights and retracting undercarriage.  
seaotter.jpg (22526 bytes) A beautiful large-scale model of a Sea Otter - looked magnificent in the air. In the background, Dave's Air Wolf sits on the tarmac where he kindly moved it for me to take its picture.
b17.jpg (20000 bytes) Here's one I shot especially for Steven Bolin - the B-17 Memphis Belle, looking suitably weather and battle-worn.
hileg.jpg (20564 bytes) There were several of these hi-legged beasts around on the field - can anybody identify it, please?
stefanschallenger.jpg (29779 bytes) Star of the show in my book was 26-year old STEFAN WURM from Germany with his immaculate Challenger. This chap's flying display was breathtaking and absolutely wonderful to behold - watch out Christophe, he's after you!


A BUNCH OF FIVE models putting in their first appearance on the Test Valley Model Flying Club, UK, field
andrewgisbytiger.jpg (37310 bytes) ANDREW GISBY'S Tiger Trainer
simonsstorm.jpg (29543 bytes) SIMON WISE'S Storm, from an RCM&E plan
timcarmansclassic.jpg (28297 bytes) TIM CARMAN'S Classic from Phoenix Models
tonysaundersmentor.jpg (27830 bytes) TONY SAUNDERS' Mentor - World Models
tonysaundersspitfire.jpg (33229 bytes) Another of TONY'S - his Kyosho Spitfire
gordon+.jpg (28625 bytes) . . . and a couple of future champs! Gordon keeps a watchful eye on 9-year old Paul Barnett (nearly ready for his 'A' certificate) and Tony gives his young son, Calum, his first taste of flying. tony+.jpg (24814 bytes)


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Large or small, kit, scratch built or ARTF, rotary or fixed-wing, electric, rubber or i/c, r/c or free flight, it matters not - and they don't have to be perfect, either. If you like it, let's see it! 

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