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Member postings for Dale Gibson

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Thread: Photo Reccon Spitfire
18/06/2013 16:23:11

Great stuff, thanks for posting it yes

Thread: Cambrian Spitfire build- anyone interested?
23/05/2013 23:08:11

Looking forward to your progress on this CS and yes, definately do a build blog thumbs up


Thread: Dam Busters Day
16/05/2013 00:38:32

Brave boys indeed and deserved to be remembered....thank you 617 thumbs up

Thread: Citabria Pro (1/8 scale)
26/03/2013 22:22:24

I have enjoyed following your build Tim and have to say that the finished item looks stunning...thumbs up


Thread: Durafly Mk24 Spitfire
22/03/2013 11:23:28

Thought I'd post this link as it's well worth a look Seafire FR47

Thread: Art-tech spitfire and Texan
21/03/2013 08:49:58

Hi Dave,

RCM&E reviewed the Art-Tech Harvard/Texan in the March 2013 issue.


Thread: Info please on 40 plus year old Webra 2.5
14/03/2013 19:23:00

Thanks for the advice EG I will ask down the club when I next go yes


Thread: Hi New Here!
14/03/2013 09:49:15

Also showing in stock here

Just type Discovery in the search box.


Edited By Dale Gibson on 14/03/2013 09:50:54

Thread: Info please on 40 plus year old Webra 2.5
11/03/2013 19:59:42

Huge thank you to PatMc for the email thumbs up

Very helpful indeed.


11/03/2013 13:51:54

Thanks for the info Tom and PatMc...any ideas where I could get obtain a manual/instructions to help me with setting it up as this is all new to me....


10/03/2013 20:22:34

Hi guys,

My Dad built a free flight plane back around the late 60's/early70's and after an unsuccesful maiden never bothered with it anymore. Well, the plane has been in the back of his garage ever since and today I dug it out and brought it home.

I am after some info on the engine which is stamped Webra 2.5 and looks like an old diesel engine. It was only run a few times and turns over with good compression......I love vintage style kits and was wondering what size plane this would be suitable for and how I should go about getting in running again?



Thanks in advance for any help/advice


Edited By Dale Gibson on 10/03/2013 20:24:52

Thread: Tony Nijhuis Harvard
01/03/2013 17:59:46

Looks fantastic Richard, good luck with the maiden and don't forget your camera thumbs up

As soon as I think my building skills are up to the job I'm going for this, I just love the Harvard / AT 6


Thread: Skyartec Cessna 182
01/03/2013 10:35:11

This is very similar to a Hobbyzone Supercub......


As the guys have said....squeeze together and push home.


Thread: Weekend Giveaway
01/03/2013 09:15:23

I'd like to join in please. smiley

Thread: Messerschmitt M23b
28/02/2013 21:19:42

Looking great....shall be following this with much interest yes

Thread: DB Cirrus Moth 20E
27/02/2013 23:47:57

Hi Pete,

thanks for your input, much appreciated......I was thinking electric for this yes



Thread: DB Sopwith Pup E
26/02/2013 12:53:27

Hi Jimmy,

It's not my build I'm afraid but I came upon the pics via the search facility on this forum. I am going to try and post a link to it but this will be my first attempt at that so here goes....Link



26/02/2013 10:26:56

Here's another one....

pup e wing 3.jpg

26/02/2013 10:17:18

Hi Jimmy,

I've found a couple of pics on here via the search facility....not sure if they will help but....

pup e wing.jpg


pup e wing 2.jpg



Edited By Dale Gibson on 26/02/2013 10:27:38

Thread: DB Cirrus Moth 20E
26/02/2013 08:44:04

Thanks again Tom

Thanks jimmy and good luck with your Pup.

Thanks Roger, your Cirrus Moth looks lovely.



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