Cleveland Model Airplane Plans: Tertiary Product Lines

The tertiary lines for which we currently offer model airplane plans are separated into seven categories, as listed below.

Patterns

Patterns are provided on either the model airplane plan or on separate pattern sheets.

Gas-powered, Free Flight

This line, designated "GPF", consist of 10 subjects, and includes the legendary, much-copied "Playboy" series. Wingspans in this line vary from 32 inches to 80 inches.

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Gas-powered, Line-control Combat

This line, designated "GPL", consists of four subjects, and includes the "Whatzits" and the "Nose Cones". The plans are full size and include complete patterns. Wingspans in this line vary from 30 inches to 36 inches.

Gas-powered, Line-control Combat Example Plan

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Gas-powered, Tether Flight

This line consists of seven subjects, and includes the "Tether Streak" and "Tether Streamliner". Wingspans in this line vary from 15 inches to 25 inches.

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Rubber-powered, Free Flight

This line, designated "GPT", consists of three non-scale subjects, and includes the "Thermalier" and "Wakefield Gull". Wingspans in this line vary from 12 inches to 45 inches.

Rubber-powered, Free Flight Example Plan

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Competition

This line, designated "C", was offered in early World War II, and honors European nations that had fallen to the Nazis. There are six, rubber-powered, subjects in this line and all have 32-inch wingspans.

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Soarers

This line, designated "ES", consists of five subjects, and includes the "Condor" series of soarers, and the "Senior Albatross", super soarer. Wingspans in this line vary from 36 inches to 120 inches.

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Gliders

This line, designated "EG", consists of three hand-launched gliders, with wingspans varying from about 12 inches to 20 inches.

Gliders Example Plan

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