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Since this Forum has been up, several readers have been good enough to send in their own links, as well as a few I've added. They're scattered around under different threads, so I decided to collect as many as I could find and put them in a new, updated "Links" thread. Here it is! As quickly as things change in the modeling world, this is not the end, just a more complete beginning.
The link is to the "Home Page" in most cases. The reason is that the larger sites like "Raidentech" or "New Creations" have sub-categories like "Park Flyer", "Glow Scale", "Small Electrics" etc. From the home page you can select or search.
Many of the sites are not specifically-electric. Be sure to check "Nitro", "Glow/fuel/gas", also "Scale" and Military/Warbird"

ARFs, KITS and Accessories
http://www.acsupplyco.com/aerospace/...illowsmain.htm Full line of the "Guillows" stick + Tissue balsa kits
www.aerodromerc.com Lots of WWI short kits, Plans, Pre-Built Balsa kits, Decals, Accessories
www.aero-naut.net/113.html?&I=1 EDFs, WWII ARFs. F/G and composite models
www.airborne-models.com 2 Electric ARFs, many large Glow models
http://ak-models.com Large Glow ARFs, Electric ARFs, scale pilot figures, retracts, Laser-Cut Kits
http://www.alfamodel.cz/ Direct link to the models sold by "Hobby-Lobby" and others. Foam WWII ARFs, EDFs
www.balsapr.com Balsa WWII ARFs, EDFs, EPP Foam Jets, Ducted Fan Units
http://www.bananahobby.com/ WWII and EDF ARFs. Thanks, CharlieCasper!
http://www.bmkdesigns.net/profile-warbirds/ Flat-foam Profile Warbird ARFs
http://members.aol.com/cbmjets Large-Scale Pusher Jets
www.classicflyingmachines.com EDFs, ARFs, Bungees, WeMoTec Fans, Pilot Figures
www.coxmodels.com Micro WWII Warbird ARFs
www.darehobby.com Balsa Kits, "Stick + Tissue" style, Many WWI + WWII models. Also Pilot Figures, Simulated Radial Engines, Accessories
http://www.d2air.at/ (Dedicated 2 Air) Austrian supplier of many ARFs, 74 WWI + WWII models from HVP, Gebhart, RBC, LM, BMI, FSK, Alfa, E-Flite, Scorpio, HET, improp, Modelbau, Pilot. 60 Jets from Vasa, Free Air, UltraFly, RBC, Scorpio, BMI, GWS, Multiplex, Haoye, Graupner.
http://www.3dfoamy.com/ Depron "Park Jet" models, Downloadable Plans, Markings + Decals.
www.djaerotech.com "Roadkill" Series of WWI + WWII profile Foam ARFs
www.ductedfans.com Dozens of WWII models, Jets, EDFs, Motors from Mega, NEU, Lehner, AXI. DF Units, more.
http://www.dumasestore.com Many unusual "Stick + Tissue" type balsa kits, WWI, Golden Age, WWII
www.rc-dymond.com Many WWI + WWII ARFs, from Micro to Large-Scale
www.eam.net Prop Jets, EDFs, WWII ARFs
http://www.electricjetfactory.com/ All-Electric DF units from EJF, Schubeler, HET, Hyperflow, GP. ARF, Composite, F/G + Balsa Models from EJF, HET, TeeRific Jets, GWS. Motors from NeuMotors, Lehner, Typhoon. Batteries, Chargers, Retracts.
http://www.easybuiltmodels.com/kits.htm "Stick + Tissue" Balsa kits, WWI, WWII, Civilian, some printwood, Some Laser-Cut. Pilot figures)
http://epyaya.com/index.php?cPath=2_55&sort=2a&page=1 (GWS Warbird ARF Kits, Foam)
http://www.fellsideprecisioncutting.co.uk/index.htm CNC balsa WWII kits, including the Spitfire Mk IX, Hawker Hurricane + (coming soon) Focke-Wulf FW 190 D9
http://www.fsk-warbirds.eu/uvod?lang=en (Foam Scale Warbirds, 29" - 34" W.S.) Thanks, S/L Cechla!
www.galaxymodels.co.uk/new/index.asp Several kit lines, many sizes from "400" sized electric to large, multi-motor Glow
http://giantscaleplanes.com WWI ARFs, many sizes
http://www.goldenagereproductions.com/home Small "Stick + Tissue" balsa kits, 20" to 30". Civilian + WWII.
http://www.gravityhobby.com/home.php?cat=263 (Micro ARF Warbirds, Foam)
http://www.hmperformance.com/ .60-Size Warbirds, Designed For Electric
www.hobby-lobby.com Balsa ARFs, Foam ARFs, WWI, WWII, Jets, EDFs, Alpha, Flying Styro, Accessories galore!
www.hobbypeople.net Wattage and other kits, ARFs, WWI + WWII
http://home.fuse.net/ryan WWII ARFs and Kits, Prop Jets, PSS
www.houseofbalsa.com Balsa WWII Kits
http://www.jkaerotech.com RCAA Combat Foam ARFs, WWII
www.kamodels.com EDFs, WWII ARFs and Kits, Prop Jets
http://www.kmp.ca/ (Kondor Model Products) Large-Scale models, Mostly WWII. Designed for glow, can be converted to EP.
http://www.lanierrc.com/lrcprivate/index.htm 2 ARF WWI Electric Models. the S.E.5a and Fokker D.VII, Built-up Balsa, 400 size.
http://www.manzanolaser.com/id3.html Laser-Cut "Short" kits and plans, Peter Rake and Pat Tritle designs, mostly WWI.
http://www.markstyling.com/index.htm (Full-Color Side Views, mostly WWII and newer. Thanks, Tom!)
www.modelrectifier.com OK, EZ ARFs, WWII
http://www.mountainmodels.com/index.php?cPath=25_29_74 Three laser-cut balsa Warbird kits; P-38 Lightning, P-51 Mustang, F6-F Hellcat
www.newcreations-rc.com Dare, Scorpio, Flying Styro, Alpha, Wattage, New Creations, Ryan, ACE, E-Flite, K+A, GWS, ARFs, Balsa Kits, ARFs, Accessories
www.nitroplanes.com/index.html Full line of WWI, WWII, Scale, Twin-engine ARFs
www.redrockethobbies.com Flyzone, Hobbyzone, Parkzone, Multiplex, Wattage, E-Flite, Great Planes, Hanger 9, MegaTec, ARFs and RTFs
www.raidentech.com Full line of WWI, WWII ARFs, mostly built-up balsa
http://www.rbckits.com Many EDFs, Motors, DF Units, Chargers
http://www.rc-warbirds.com EDF's, Gas/Electric ARFs, motors, props, EScs, Batteries, many accessories
www.rtmodels.com EDFs, Balsa Kits, ARFs, ARCs
www.sbrcmodels.com EPP "Crash-Survivable" ARFs and RTFs
www.skysharkrc.com Large-scale WWII Balsa kits and short kits, F/G parts
www.sureflite.com Foam WWII Warbird ARFs, Decals, Accessories
www.tdlmodels.com WWII ARFs made from balsa-covered foam wings, laser-cut balsa fuselages, sheet tails. Pre-Covered
http://www.tdmsoftware.com/TDMmodels/ Laser-Cut Short Kits and Plans, WWII. IL-2 Sturmovik, J2M3 Raiden, I-16 "Rata", KI-61 "Tony", Mig-3, BF109F-2. Speed 400-Sized, All Balsa. Airfoil, PowerCalc (MotorCalc) Software
www.turnkeyrc.com Wide selection of short kits (balsa) WWII aircraft, also 1/12 scale markings, canopies, cowls
http://2dogrc.com Flat-Foam Warbirds for "Combat", motors, accessories
http://www.vqwarbirds.com Balsa/Lite ply WWII ARFs, 7 single engine, about 60" W.S., $200.00, 3 twin engine models, $300-$700, accessories
www.warbirdkits.com WWII Kits
www.warbirds-rc.com EDFs, ARFs and ARCs, DF Units, B/L motors, Pilot figures, decals
http://www.windrider.com.hk/product.asp?id=164 Foam ARF's, Hurricane, Dauntless, F-35.
http://www.wingmfg.com Large-Scale WWII Kits and short kits, plans, canopies
http://www.wonderhobby.com WWI + WWII ARFs, Glow and Electric, Nitro Jets
http://www.theworldmodels.com/para/index.php ARFs, mostly WWII, Electric, small and large Glow sizes, accessories
http://www.wowplanes.com/ (B-17, B-24, B-25, B-26 Kits)

PLANS, 3-VIEWS, other LINKS
www.aalmps.com Plans
http://airwar.ru/other/drawe.html 3-Views
http://www.aircraftresourcecenter.com/ Weathering Tips. Click "Tools n' Tips", Then Click "Weathering and Washes".
http://www.aviationbookcentre.com/ Hundreds of Books and Mags, covers all eras of aviation
http://www.aviation-history.com/index.html Photos and technical info
http://www.beuliland.com Click "Planos" 3-views
www.bhplans.com Plans
www.donsmithplans.com Plans, WWII Large-scale. Single-engine 80", Multi-engine 120" to 200"
http://www.freeflightmodels.com/homepage.htm Click "Scale" Plans, many military planes, mostly small "Stick + Tissue" design
http://www.geocities.com/ivansplans/?200629 Plans from Ivan Pettigrew. Multi-motor Warbird and Civilian Amphibians, many use brushed motors.
http://www.militaryfactory.com/aircraft/index.asp (Military Plane, Specs. Thanks, Tom!)
http://www.modelairtech.com Plans
http://www.palmerplans.com/index.html Plans. WWII Multi-engine, 50" to over 100"
http://wp.scn.ru/en/markings "Wings Palette" Markings and Insignia, all eras, Countries
http://www.rcstore.com/rs/index.asp Plan sets from Model Airplane News construction articles. Books, back issues
http://scaleaero.com/jbpstage.htm Plans
http://www.simmerspaintshop.com/foru...hp?do=cat&id=3 Full color markings for many WWII fighters, free downloads. Great reproductions!
http://www.theaerodrome.com WWI Site, Listing of Aces, Aircraft, Books, Medals, Links, more
www.traplet.com Plans
http://www.turnkeyrc.com Plans
http://uscockpits.com/ B+W, Color Photos of U.S. Warbird interiors. WWII, Jet, Heli, Bombers, Trainers, Recon.
http://www.warbirdalley.com/a1.htm Full-Scale Restoration Site. Great photos, data, links. Mostly WWII and newer aircraft.
http://wingermodels.rchomepage.com Plans
http://wmwa.org/wbhome.html Site of the World Miniature Warbirds Association, Great Photos, Links, Events
http://www.ww1aero.org/index.html Two Historical Aircraft Journals, WW1 AERO, the Journal of the Early Aeroplane and SKYWAYS, the Journal of the Aeroplane 1920-1940
http://www.wwi-models.org/ WWI Modeling Page, by Allan Wright, Modeling Galleries (hundreds of photos), WWI Photo Archive, Info Files, Lots more
http://www.yellowairplane.com General-Aviation site, Photos, Videos + DVDs, Art, Calenders, many useful links

Well, That's all I could find right now, if I forgot your favorite, add it on!
Ron

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Old 04-02-2006, 03:16 PM
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I Forgot the Russian/French 3-view site (when you see the site you'll understand!) that has over 300 3-views, these have pretty good detail, a few fuselage cross-sections, wing root airfoil, some have side-view variants, etc. A few WWI, mostly WWII and newer, many Jets.
http://richard.ferriere.free.fr/3vues/3vues.html
Thanks to Stinkweed007 for the new URL!
And the Cleveland Model and Supply Co., Lots of plan sets, mostly WWI, Golden Age and WWII. A few from the 1950's.
http://www.clevelandairline.com
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In the interest of keeping the links in one easy-to-find location, I've upgraded the list with several reader-supplied links. Thanks to the following;
Tim Hooper for Fellsideprecisioncutting
Gene Smith of Model Aviation Magazine for Simmerspaintshop
Crxmanpat for Guillows/ACSupply
Glacier Girl for VQWarbirds
Bassman for Theworldmodels
Keep'em coming, this is turning into a pretty good resource!
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Ron,

Great stuff! The one-stop shop for finding anything warbird related. Nice work (don't you have a life? :p ).
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Thanks, Pat! Well, outside of work, family, two model clubs, Wattflyer, building and flying, repairing my 1979 Mustang, nope!
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I hear ya! For me it's work, family, President of a newly formed e-club, WF, RCG, my 1990 Honda CRX, repairing, building and flying. And an odd RC show here and there. I will be in San Diego this weekend.
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Here is a site with 597 zip plans for ww1 to present. It is all in german. I did download a few plans a few years ago to see what the looked like and there are some good plans. but I have not checked any out in a while.

http://corsair.flugmodellbau.de/file...an/Bauplan.htm

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Wow......very surprised you missed www.kmp.ca
They offer some of the best ARF's out there. They are larger scale planes, but many have been made electric.

Also, www.electricjetfactory.com or easy to remember www.ejf.com

Another popular site is www.d2air.at
This one carries a whole host of electric warbird arf's and kits you cant normally find in the states. They are in Austria, but will ship to the US.
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Hello Kahloq, Thank you for the links. I've added them to the list.
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Originally Posted by Sky Sharkster View Post
Hello Kahloq, Thank you for the links. I've added them to the list.
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Might want to check your listing for kmp.ca you have it listed as WWIII
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OOOOPPPPS! Corrected.
Hope you enjoy my research work and find it useful. As I mentioned a couple of times in the heading, the list is incomplete and evolving.
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What part of Denver do you call home? Where do you fly at down there?
Our club up here has two fields....both with paved runways...one is primarily electric or 40 size glow at 150feet long and the other is 275ft for larger planes including the 40% size(if your good at landing anyways)
LoveAir(from Loveland) also has a very nice field that has a 750foot long paved runway. Good enough for very large scale turbine jets
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Hello Kahloq, I live near downtown Denver and belong to the Arvada Associated Modelers (dual club membership, also the Rocky Mountain Electric Flyers). Theyhave a site with 2 flying fields off Hwy 93 North of Golden. One long paved runway, the other grass for gliders/electrics.
I've flown with the new L.E.A.F club in Longmont, near the Union Reservoir last summer, as well as Chatfield and Aurora (Airpark) as a guest or at electric "Fun Flys"
Sounds like you have a great site, if they have any "Electric" events, let me know!
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Originally Posted by Sky Sharkster View Post
Hello Kahloq, I live near downtown Denver and belong to the Arvada Associated Modelers (dual club membership, also the Rocky Mountain Electric Flyers). Theyhave a site with 2 flying fields off Hwy 93 North of Golden. One long paved runway, the other grass for gliders/electrics.
I've flown with the new L.E.A.F club in Longmont, near the Union Reservoir last summer, as well as Chatfield and Aurora (Airpark) as a guest or at electric "Fun Flys"
Sounds like you have a great site, if they have any "Electric" events, let me know!
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We usually have an electric fly-in sometime during the summer. Also, on the 4th of July, we have a large event which consists of both electric and fuel powered.
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dos anyone know of banana-hobby.com are thay ok to order from thank you
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bananahobby.com has several EPP warbirds and edf jets. they even have a TURBINE mig-15 that wont cost you your first born... seriously, $250 rtf without servos and rx.
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well I bot 2 plans from bananahobbys thy war sent and got her ok so I thank bananahobby is ok
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Hi Ron,

I ran across this site that has some great side views of warbirds for markings and paint schemes.

http://www.markstyling.com/index.htm
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Hi Tom, thanks for the link, that's a great site. I like the different schemes, very colorful. I added it to the list.
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Here's another one with lots of planes and specifications.

http://www.militaryfactory.com/aircraft/index.asp
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Thanks, Tom, I added it to the links also.
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OK, I'll leave you alone now............for a while anyway.
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Hi.....
The url links provided were really useful.....
Thanks man.....
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Hello Vincy, Welcome to Wattflyer!
Glad you found the links useful, hope you enjoy the site,
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hi...

bananahobby.com has several EPP warbirds and edf jets. they even have a TURBINE mig-15 that wont cost you your first born... seriously, $250 rtf without servos and rx.
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