Miscellaneous Aircraft
Pt-19 from enlarged Sig plans. One of the first giant scale I attempted back in the mid-seventies.  Had a converted chain engine for power.  I believe about a 105" wingspan.  Flew it a couple of years and eventually sold it.
Fock Wulf FW-190d9.  This was built about the same time that the Dauntless's were.  The plane had about 100"+ wingspan as I recall.  Flight's were marginal because of lack of power.  Think it had a Kioritz(Sp) engine which was barely able to taxi the thing fast.  With the engines of today installed it would have flown very well.  Sold it in 1983.
AT-6 Texan.  Built in the early 1990's from Don Smith plans.  Rather small at about 84" wingspan.  Flew for a couple of years till it decided one after noon to pick corn at high speed.  Not much left of the plane or corn.
Cessna 172.  Early 80"s.  Think it was a Royal kit.
Stearman.  Bought it from Kelly Goodrich and refurbished it with a G-62.  Believe it had a 96" wing. Flew fine.  Got tired of it.  The plane hangs in a hanger in Waukesha, WI
That's all for now....Thanks for the visit!