|Andy Hat||03/05/2019 21:37:08|
64 forum posts
It looks like there's a part missing where the windscreen would be - there's nothing to attach the rubber bands onto at the front. It would be great to find out what model it is and see if I can get a plan.
Also, once I've fixed the broken horiz-stab, I need to somehow un-twist the tail section. The whole tail area is rotated a few degrees so the rudder is no longer at 90 degs. Any suggestions on how I can do this?
|Andrew Price 2||03/05/2019 22:12:31|
|815 forum posts|
|chris larkins||03/05/2019 23:57:07|
183 forum posts
To me that looks like a 'Detroit Custom Cruiser' made by Powerplanes International.
|Doug Moss||04/05/2019 06:54:29|
|2 forum posts|
I recently rescued one as well and was wondering what it was.
Can anyone put a date to it?
|Peter Miller||04/05/2019 08:10:23|
10075 forum posts
I second that as a Custom Cruiser. Lovely model
|David Davis||04/05/2019 08:56:51|
3377 forum posts
Yes it's a Detroit Custom Cruiser produced by the much-missed Powerplanes International who also produced a nice Maule Super Rocket. I used to have a DCC. I had an OS 40 Surpass in mine. It was the second model I put into a tree!
|Andy Hat||04/05/2019 10:40:29|
64 forum posts
Thanks all! Might get the heat gun out later - to try and untwist the rear. Looks like I need to get some orange paint...
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