RE: Jetco Models
I know most of those kits, plus others in the Jetco line, were available. I remember seeing someone with a built-up Jetco Mooney Mite showing up at the old field around 1963. People thought it was going to be overpowered with a Max .30 RC, but he was an expirementor, liked to play around. The plane was filled with all kinds of electronics to try to get what was then called Kickin' Duck, a psuedoname for Kick Induction. Used a bunch of relays and other circuitry to get independant operation of rudder, elevator, and throttle from the pulse proportional single channel we played with back then. He also had played around to get ailerons on a CAR (Coupled Aileron-Rudder) set-up. Small plane, big engine, never saw it fly. Too heavy for the small wing.
Did see a number of their CL and FF planes fly.
I still have a couple flyable Jetco planes, and a number of NIB Jetco kits. One is a small all wood profile 19" ws bipe, called either the Hornet, Yellowjacket, or Dragonfly, not sure right now, overpowered with a Co .010, an Eaglet embryo rubber, and a Top Kick A-1 Towline glider. Had an opportunity to meet the designer while in the AF. In kits, have the Talon A-2 glider, Tornado 1/2A free flight, and a couple more rubber power kits.