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Thread: Classicpattern.com - new articles
07/03/2016 20:55:25
R/C Aerobatic World Championships 1973 Gorizia Italy article
 
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New: 15 new uploaded pictures
 

Edited By Classicpattern Team on 07/03/2016 20:56:51

Edited By Classicpattern Team on 07/03/2016 21:06:13

Thread: Pattern Plane Welshman from Mr.Wanter
31/01/2016 14:46:41

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Is this Waters?

31/01/2016 07:43:17

Who knows more about the plane "Welshman".? Pilots name was "Wanter".

Its a very interesting plane, who knows more about? Information`s, drawings, pictures? We like to publish a documentation of this beauty.

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Greetings from Germany

Editor Classic Pattern Team

www.classicpattern.com

 

Edited By Classicpattern Team on 31/01/2016 07:54:59

Thread: WC Kenley 1962
31/01/2016 07:16:24

​@ Peter Christy: Thanks, your links are very useful. Fantastic videos. We have  an unknown Kenley video too, soon we uploading. But we miss "real" pictures. Not copies from magazines...

Following R/C Aerobatic WC`s and competitions we have already online, - included old RCM&e text (thanks to chief editor of RCM&e magazine for using).

The first World Champion Ships Switzerland 1960 with 90 pictures, the third WC Genk, Belgium 1963 with 43 pictures, 1965 Sweden with more then 100 pics, 1969 WC Lemwerder over 100, WC Gorizia 1973 with 80 pics, please take a look: www.classicpattern.com

We have only a "low quantity" of Kenley pictures and nothing of 1967 Korsika. It will be cool if somebody will support us.

Later competitions are not a big problem, we will get soon thousands of pictures. All WC`s and many other Aerobatic competitions included the Las Vegas TOC`s.

Thank`s for help

Greetings from Germany

Editor Classicpattern Team

 

 

Edited By Classicpattern Team on 31/01/2016 07:17:32

Edited By Classicpattern Team on 31/01/2016 07:35:14

Edited By Classicpattern Team on 31/01/2016 07:35:50

30/01/2016 08:57:05

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Who can help us? For our Aerobatic history documentation we search pictures of 2nd. World Championships 1962 in Kenley UK. Who can help us? Please send a message to editor@classicpattern.com .Thank you.

 

 

 

 

Edited By Classicpattern Team on 30/01/2016 08:59:21

Thread: F3A World Championship 1969 / 71 Winner Marabu
06/09/2015 19:58:36

ARF Marabus are now available.

Just finished the F3A WC winner model 1971. Please enjoy the pictures:

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We fly this model with our model a motor similar as ex Robbe Roxxy 5065 - but with 800kv. We use a Dymond 3 S 5000mAh 30C. Flying more as 7 minutes. Enough power, much more as an old Webra Blackhead. Prop APC 14x10. Flying weight with this battery 3240 gram.

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We own a orginal swiss Digifly radio, same used 1971 by Bruno Giezendanner.

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This is Marabu version 1969.

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The planes are prepared for installing original Giezendanner retracts, also for cheaper new electric retracts and fixed landing gears.

The serial production is now finished of Marabu production 1969 and 1971 version9 is finished and on stock. Shipping directly from the factory to the customers.

More information`s on www.classicpattern.com

Classic Pattern team

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