Hopefully he will double check the plans. The elevator is out behind the tail of the fuselage. The last S-1 I built was from an RSM Mfg kit. It is the lightest of the lot and has also survived a mishap at the field.
I call this the EZ-Stunt series as it uses a simple box fuse, non tapered Brodak Accentor wing, upright engine, the pushrod exits out the side of the fuse attaches to a nylon horn. I don't try to cover all the grain I apply 3 coats of dope, rattle can rustoleum, Ultrakote and trim sheets. LA 46 and weighs 44 oz. There's no carving it looks good, it's light so it should fly well.
Not if the ole boy keeps growing crops around us. Any way I hope we can keep the field and get some newbies coming out. What is sad is Topeka KS losing their field to a water theme park Seems the city and countyjoined forces and put the county in charge. County the field is not making money to put in some politicians pocket. Also it seems the media is on the side of the county.
I remember meeting Tom at VSC and sharing a table with him at one of the banquets. What a gentleman. I still remember a comment he made when he was called to the front one year. As he started walking he said something to the effect of: "Don't rush me, as I do get slower". Taken away from us too early in life.
I can still remember when Al published the articles. I immediately sent off and got the plans. Built the Mustunt I and flew it a lot. Still have the plans some where in the shop. Don't forget he also showed two different airfoils if I remember right. Guess I should build another one. I do have one of his kits on the shelf for the later Mustunt.