Frostbite - Don McGovern design was published in the February 1953 issue of Flying Models. Minimum engine size is .29 and max is .60 glow. Wheels are optional and the wing chord looks to be almost a foot. This plan was printed in Flying Models Decade of Designs (1), published 1960.
Quote: - "Here's a job that can provide you with sport flying the whole year round. It performs equally well with wheels, skis or twin floats ...in keeping with the spirit of things, we chose an ignition system for the seven-foot Frostbite. With the cold tang of winter shrouding the country and lakes frozen over, an ignition engine, skis, and a rugged ship such as this are a natural..."
Update 17/01/2017: added article, thanks to RFJ.
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