Next Northwest control-line event: Oregon Flying Fun No. 3 See Where the Action Is
Rex Abbott of Sequim, Wash., built this Adams' Special to fly in this year's Vintage Stunt Championships. The plane is scratch built with silk on the wings and geodetic bulkheads in the fuselage. Four-stroke power. Rex Abbott photo.
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Northwest control-line news headlines
New! Reworking the O.S. LA .25 engine for Northwest B Proto Speed, Part 1 See article in Speed section
New! Back issues project continues with March 1981 Flying Lines edition See Flying Lines Back Issues in PDF
Voting now open! Rule change proposed removing Sport 40 Carrier fuel restrictions See article in Northwest Rules section Voting deadline March 18
Oregon Flying Fun No. 2 comes off in fine style a week late See article
<< Building the Blondie One for Northwest B Proto Speed See article in Speed section
Updated! Schedule, flyer and advance entry forms for 2015 Northwest Regionals now available in Where the Action Is
Schedule and flyer for 2015 Jim Walker Memorial contest now available in Where the Action Is
Copiers, French curves and other building challenges See article in Scale Matters column
Oregon flying year kicks off with Oregon Flying Fun No. 1 See article
20 B.C. fliers greet 2015 at Polar Bear Fun Fly See article
2014 Competitor of Year final tally: How did you do? See article on NW Standings page
Schedule and flyer for 2015 Oregon Flying Fun series now available in Where the Action Is
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Flying Lines -- Daily News of Northwest Control-Line model aviation
Editor: John Thompson --- Associate Editor: Mike Hazel
This page was upated March 2, 2015
This vintage control-line cartoon is from the Tom Wilk collection, which is available on CD. See Flying Flea Market for ordering details.