When IMAC was in its formative, biplane phase, the Pulsar was one of the prevalent designs flown in competition. In the hand of its co-designer, Norm Cassella (the other co-designer was Norm’s good friend Savo Mele) it couldn’t be beat. Art Schroeder in Model Airplane News even went so far as to call the Pulsar “the bipe that’s doing it all.”
This winning bipe is now in the museum’s collection, donated by Tom Cassella in honor of his grandfather, Norman Cassella. Thanks, Tom, for helping to grow the museum’s collection!
For more information on the National Model Aviation Museum, including our location, hours and admission fees visit: www.modelaircraft.org/museum