|David Hayward.||22/08/2019 20:21:03|
176 forum posts
Does anyone have any experience with Hangar One kits? I am particularly interested in the Curare 64.
|1109 forum posts|
David, just realised why I didn't understand you on FB - I thought you said Hangar 9
I don't have any experience with the Hangar One kits but they come out well according to RCG. Problem is he doesn't want to ship to UK
Hope this helps
Edited By Masher on 23/08/2019 06:58:55
|Denis Watkins||23/08/2019 08:12:52|
|4626 forum posts|
Just search "curare" on this site David
There are some pointers on the successful design
|Max Z||23/08/2019 08:19:42|
555 forum posts
RBCkits does a Curare-lookalike.
Edited By Max Z on 23/08/2019 08:20:25
|Ken Lighten||23/08/2019 09:23:07|
258 forum posts
I have the Fokker DVII kit (parts only) ordered it as usual online, delivered to U.K. got it last month no problem, there is import tax to pay (I’ll have to check how much it was) but the kit is excellent and, I think, worth the money. The website is excellent, shows the plans and wood list for each model so you can plan ahead, have yet to start it tho, so the design side of it is to be proven.
|Dale Bradly||23/08/2019 10:23:59|
|37 forum posts|
Have built the the Sagitta, and currently working on Dennis Tapsfield Spacewalker from Hangar One. Excellent cutting and wood selection. I'm definately a fan, but note the shoe is on "my" foot here as down here at the far end of the world shipping is local and we don't have ready access to the stuff you guys do! Note they are short kits only, no hardware or strip, sheet etc, although they will add anything extra to the box if you ask of course.
|David Hayward.||23/08/2019 14:52:38|
176 forum posts
Thank you all for your comments; appreciated as always.
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