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kevin b05/09/2019 16:08:06
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I was browsing through Ebay (as you do), when I came across this.

**LINK**

If it is of any interest to you.

Peter Christy05/09/2019 17:30:49
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Funnily enough, I built 35 MHz one of those for a chap a couple of years back!

And for those of you who don't know what single channel meant, here's a primer!

Martin_K05/09/2019 17:54:44
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A few weeks ago I went out with my brother so that he could have a go with my most robust Rudder/Elevator glider. He is quite a lot older than me. His last flying was many decades ago, free flight and home made one channel RC. He described the escapement mechanism. I didn't expect to be seeing a demo now!

He also said he thought he still had the 'crystal' at home. I just nodded, having vague awareness of what existed before transistor radio.

Tom Sharp 205/09/2019 20:16:48
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Looks more like 1955 than 1965.

Doug Campbell05/09/2019 22:56:36
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I am the very lucky chap that Pete built the Mule for. It is still in regular use, currently in a Sharkface and gives me a huge smile every time I fly it. Thanks Pete.

Peter Christy06/09/2019 08:54:11
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Tom: Nah! You'd never have got all the valves and HT batteries in a box that size! wink

Doug: Glad to hear its still in use and being enjoyed (as is mine)! laugh

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Pete

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