The Vintage Stunt Championships (VSC) is a large multi-day control line aerobatics (stunt) competition that features only model designs from the past. Its purpose is to celebrate the roots of control line stunt from its early heyday of the 1940's thru the 1960’s.
The event was originated by Mike Keville and first held at the Whittier Narrows flying site in southern California in 1988. It was an instant success and attracted a large following immediately. Following the first event it has been held annually in March in Tucson Arizona. The 2018 events marks the 30th anniversary of this most successful event.
The contest has grown and currently runs for 5 days. The following events are flown: