Here is a list of all the postings BOB GADD has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: CAA registration consulation|
I hope you all know what CAA stands for.
CAMPAING AGAINST AVIATOIN.
|Thread: INSTRUCTION MANUAL|
Thank you for that web site, it was the model I was looking for, thank you to all the other replies.
Can anybody help please.
I have been given a kit of a Phoenix Model Pilatus Porter ARF, but there is no instruction manual in the box and I do not know if all the parts are in the box.
Does any one have a manual I could borrow or copy please?
|Thread: Brigand Boys|
The Brigand was the first aircraft that I worked on when I did my aircraft apprenticeship in 1955, at Marshalls in Cambridge. Great memories.
|Thread: Lightning Preservation Group Visit and work|
Here are some photos of the Lightnings in South Africa.
|Thread: Percival Mew Gull plans or 3 view drawings wanted|
Go to Aero Craft Ltd, they thave three scale plans for the Mew Gull, 34"", 53"" and 74"".
It looks as though they are for electric power.
Only trouble is they are in the States.
|Thread: Hello from Scotland.|
Welcome to the forum, where in Scotland are you?
|Thread: Fixing foam control hinges?|
Try Welders Glue I used it on a foam indoor flyer and it works great.
|Thread: New from Edinburgh|
Hi Mr-c C.
Have sent you a PM.
|Thread: Hello from South West Scotland|
I have a Pica Waco 7, I have the plans and could get them copied for you if you would like a set.
PS, where are you in Scotland? I am on the East side.
|Thread: New TV programme|
Not the same programme.
No plan in the kit as it was CNC cut.
The wing span is 60 inches , 47 inches long, the engine is a Thunder Tiger 54 four stroke, it is a nice model to fly, it will do the full "B" schedule no problem.
The silver model is a DH 77 "Interceptor", only one aircraft was ever built,
.The wing span is 60 inches, the length is 48 inches, the engine is an RCV 58CD, a powerful engine and sounds lovely, the model is very fast on half throttle.
I did not build this model, I bought it off the for sale items on this forum, the person I bought it from did not produce a plan as such, he did it on odd pieces of paper, and he never kept them so no plans.
It is indeed a DH 71, it was a kit from J B Aviation, unfortunately it is not produced any more.
Here are a couple of pictures.
And here it is with it's stable mate.
New TV series on Quest, Thursday 14th August 2014.
Classic British Aircraft.
|Thread: Catastrophic Crash|
Change to 2000Mah Eneloop battery. I did this they hold their charge for ages.
|Thread: Plastic clamp thingies for t-pins|
Do you have the Lazy Bee build book.
Do it the way it says in the book ,and it will work ,that is the way my Bee was made and it worked ok.
|Thread: Large air liner|
Reminded me when I worked on the real ones, at KLM Schipol Amsterdam. in the late sixties and early seventies.
|Thread: Bristol Blenheim Mk1V|
Do not forget that the turret retracted as well.
|Thread: How low is low?|
The Spitfire flying under the river bridge was in fact the great Ray Hanna.
The bridge was in fact the Winston Bridge in County Durham.
The shot was done for the film 'Piece of Cake', the bridge span is 200ft, and the speed of the aircraft was 200mph, permission was given for one go only.
|Thread: Plane for engine|
This is what I have an OS26fs in.
It fly's great, and is aerobatic as well.
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