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David Kelly 411/02/2018 02:08:57
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Does anyone know what happen to the Falcon- kit did Falcon Models go out of business ?

David Kelly 416/02/2018 16:35:57
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Or does anyone have a set of existing plans from the kit willing to sell a copy of


Simon Chaddock16/02/2018 16:58:03
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Based in New Zealand they appear to still be in business.

Steve Webb Models advertise the full range of 22 kits including the Autogyro.

Alan Gorham_16/02/2018 17:05:14
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Falcon Models in New Zealand produce vacform canopies for plastic scale model kits.

Falcon Models that used to make R/C kits in the UK are out of business and if you look at the Steve Webb listing,most kits are either discontinued or out of stock.

Richard Harris19/02/2018 21:40:03
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I have built this kit and probably have the plan stashed away somewhere. But if I'm honest its not the best flying model and needs modifying to fly anything reasonable.

One of my old friends who is no longer with us designed a far better machine of which I'm sure the Falcon gyro was a copy of. The Minimum is a great flier and designed by someone who knew what they were doing, unfortunately the aerobalsa blades to which it flies on are no longer available. That said Atom or Cruiser blades should fit the bill perfectly and are easy to make.

Plans for the Minimum are HERE, if you need any assistance with the build just post away.


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