World's Smallest Aircraft No-Cal Scale Plans
by Michael A. Morrow
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Stit's SA-1A Junior
Ray Stits' first "World's Smallest Aircraft". Large model with really big wing, but tricky to trim. Dark blue with white trim.
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Price: $8.50
to order, see the
How to Order
section.
Stits Sky Baby
Ray Stits' second "World's Smallest Aircraft". A real cutey! Huge model stops all action when it flies. It even ROGs! Not a duration model, but still a respectable flier. It is indisputably THE most popular model requested for flight demos - people stand around waiting for me to fly it! A very popular model with the kids and spectators! Stunning red and white color scheme.
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Price: $8.50
to order, see the
How to Order
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Don Stits' DS-1
Baby Bird


Donald Stits (Ray Stits' son) designed the World's Smallest Monoplane, the third aircraft from the Stits family to hold a place in the record books of smallest aircraft. The real aircraft had a tiny 6 foot 3 inch wingspan and was 11 feet long. For a No-Cal, that tranlates into 173 square inches of wing area, and a 28 inch long fuselage carrying an 18 inch long motor tube! With a big 12 inch prop, it's a real performer! All blue with silver trim. This one is really fun!
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Price: $TBA
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Starr Bumble Bee

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This plan is no longer available. A relative of Bob Starr's asked me to remove it from my catalog.

If you want to make one of your own, hunt down a copy of Ken Willard's excellent construction plans for the 1/4 scale (Really!) radio control model that appeared in the April 1988 issue of RCM. I used those plans as my reference for this No-Cal model. The construction plans were quite expensive at the time, but they included a great little three view, a reprint of the construction article, a small autographed picture of Robert Starr, the designer/pilot of the full-size 'Bumble Bee' standing in front of his aircraft, and a spec sheet produced by Mr. Starr giving a short history of the aircraft.
Price: $TBA
to order, see the
How to Order
section.


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