Who says you can't learn a new trick. Bob Swearingen, who in the past owned
B.J. Floats & North Star Kite Co., designed and built this static display cardboard model as his 1st cardboard
Bob calls his 2nd cardboard model the "Grasshopper", an RC
A Macchi C202 by Martin Kurovsky who lives in th city of Brno in the Czech
Republic. This is his original design done in 3D with Autocad. The scribe lines depicting control surfaces, panels,
etc. add to the scale appearance and show up well on the desert camouflage paint scheme.
Bill Hartzell of Cayucos, CA experimented with cardboard by enlarging a
Liddlestik Plan by 10% up to a .40 size plane. The fuselage was made mostly of cardboard while the wing is foam with
a posterboard covering.