Northwest control-line model airplane fliers are invited to submit photos and information about their favorite planes, for posting on this Flying Lines page.
Mark Scarborough of Pullman, Wash., has been experimenting with electric power. This is his Brodak P-40 ARF with an all-electric system. See article for complete data on the airplane, seen here at the Fall Follies on Oct. 11, 2008. Flying Lines photo.
A good approach to intermediate-level precision aerobatics is illustrated in this modified Twister, built by Mike Haverly and now flown by Steve Helmick. Seen here at the Fall Follies on Oct. 11, 2008. Flying Lines photo.
Always a crowd pleaser, Pat Johnston's profile Gee Bee attracted admirers at the 2008 Fall Follies in Salem, Ore. Flying Lines photos.
Two views of Dan Rutherford's Wimpact, O.S. FP .20-powered scaled-down Impact, Seen at the 2008 Raider Roundup in Chehalis, Wash., in September. Bruce Hunt photos.
Floyd Carter just keeps pumping out interesting stunt planes. This is his original design Mr. Sandman, with dihedral wings. Powered by O.S. LA .46. Maiden flight was made on Sept. 13 at the Eugene, Ore., Airport. Flying Lines photo.
Roy DeCamara's flawless Oriental which he flew in Classic Stunt at the TEAM Country Classic on Aug. 23-24, 2008. Flying Lines photo.
Lee Uberbacher's Tempest looks good in the ground and in the air. Captured at the TEAM Country Classic in August 2008. Flying Lines photos.
Roy DeCamara's flawless All American phd., which he flew in advanced Precision Aerobatics at the TEAM Country Classic on Aug. 23-24, 2008. Flying Lines photo.
This page was upated Nov. 3, 2008