when adds were interesting
|andrew exton||16/03/2019 10:01:11|
|7 forum posts|
thats interesting stuart
|Bob Cotsford||16/03/2019 10:41:47|
7788 forum posts
My kit definitely had a g/f fuselage in the box, and I could have sworn that the spars were 1/2*1/16" spruce tapered on the tip panel, not 1/4"! Maybe mine was a later, upgraded kit? It seemed sturdy enough for some fairly brutal bungee launches. I would have said that the big weakness was in the use of round wire joiners
|Braddock, VC||16/03/2019 19:48:31|
1592 forum posts
In view of the resurgence of the Scots in the Calcutta Cup, I dedicate this old ad.
|kevin b||16/03/2019 20:08:52|
1612 forum posts
I assume you mean the aeroplane Andrew.
150 forum posts
It is intereting hearing all the other forum members comments on here and it also makes me wonder in the same light and following on from James May's Big Trouble in Model Britain how many of these models fall into forum members stash of kits that me the the requirements of SABLE? I have a few older kits either complete or part built such as DB Models Tiger Moth, Balsacraft FW190 Phoenix CAP232 (though this is finally being put together and converted to electric power for this year), Simprop Excel to name a few.
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