Society of Antique Modelers (SAM) calls models from the period preceding 1939, "collectible", and before 1942, "old clock". They are the premise for well-meaning rivalry in classifications from free flight gas and elastic force, and lightweight flyers. For the fan or for those whose flying field constrains free flight there are classes for start and shine fueled motors. As of late a few electric controlled classes have been presented from fields where gleam and start motors are not permitted. SAM envelops the adolescent and modelers who are still youthful on the most fundamental level, men and ladies ages 11 to 90. We have more than 2200 individuals from every one of the fifty states and Canada, in addition to worldwide from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Czech Republic, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Hungary, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, Slovak Republic and Sweden. A number of these SAM support rivalries, flying for the sake of entertainment and likely a decent arrangement of well disposed exchange.
Individuals get SAM Speaks, our 'voice'. This pamphlet is distributed bi-month to month. It highlights coming attractions, aftereffects of challenges, development and flying tips, hotspots for vintage model supplies, and general data important to the old fashioned modeler. SAM likewise supports an Internet news bunch; SAM Talks, where a hefty portion of the individuals offer data about old clock planes, engines and flying systems. Every fall SAM supports the Championships. At the Champs, SAM holds its one yearly participation meeting where all the business is finished right on time to take into account all the more great times. The SAM Champs is turned yearly among four local destinations; - East, Midwest, Rocky Mountain and West. Modelers from everywhere throughout the world focalize at the predefined site for a sensational week of flying rivalry. Amid the last Awards Banquet SAM enlists uncommon individuals into its Hall of Fame. These are the people who have made huge commitments to the early advancements of flying model planes and the SAM development.Read More»