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Old 12-29-2013, 04:39 PM
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I got an old plastic fuselage with rudder and stabilizer at a swap meet a while back. Put it together with a wing I had laying around. I wonder what the original body was from. It has some Cox labels and the word Pilot on the tail. Any of you Cox people know anything about the original Cox plane? Thanks Lou
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It's an old Pilot ARF made in the early or mid 70's.
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