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Old 10-08-2005, 01:37 PM
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I was able to obtain a Model Tech P-51 ARC from a neighbor who didn't want it laying around any more. Well, I figured out why...most of the fairing items are missing and numerous other items.[] What do you want for free. This ARC from Model Tech has long been discontinued and they don't support the parts any more. I was wondering if any one would know where I may be able to find parts to purchase. I would say it's a 60 size airplane and I do have the instructions. Any help would be great.
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Hello Sir,

I was just wondering if you still had this Model Tech P-51...
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Old 08-03-2010, 08:18 PM
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Falcon 1,

I do actually still have the P51...still in the attic, still in the same state as the original post...some 5 years ago.
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Thank you for the fast reply....

What's going on is...... I too have this kit but with no assembly manual[>:] making my build very hard and I was wondering if I may get a copy of the assembly manual. You would be helping me a great deal in getting this warbird in the sky. If the manual is not to big I was thinking maybe some pictures and sent by Email..( If it's not to much trouble )

With out the manual I don't know if I'm missing any parts! the kit looks like it's all there....But ???. Also would you ever think of parting with you're kit and if so for what? It may be good to have as back up parts (just in case).. But mainly I do need help with the manual. Thank you once again.

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Thank you for the fast reply....

What's going on is...... I too have this kit but with no assembly manual[>:] making my build very hard and I was wondering if I may get a copy of the assembly manual. You would be helping me a great deal in getting this warbird in the sky. If the manual is not to big I was thinking maybe some pictures and sent by Email..( If it's not to much trouble )

With out the manual I don't know if I'm missing any parts! the kit looks like it's all there....But ???. Also would you ever think of parting with you're kit and if so for what? It may be good to have as back up parts (just in case).. But mainly I do need help with the manual. Thank you once again.

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I still have one of these kits NIB .... somewhere in a friends garage! If interested, let me know via PM.
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Falcon1,

I will email you the manual once I get home; i'm away on business right now and will be home Sunday night. I will be able to scan it and email it to you on Monday when I get back to the office. If you want it faster I think I contacted Model Tech and they sent me one, although I think it was mailed because I don't see it on my computer. Let me know how you would like to proceed.

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Thank you Pat,

A email would be just fine.... And a great help!. Please send it to ( cf16falcon1@aol.com ) I'll
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Falcon1,

I found the paper copy of the manual and will scan and email it to you tomorrow. Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

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Old 08-10-2010, 08:06 AM
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Falcon1,

I emailed you the P51 manual yesterday and was wondering if you had received it? It was around 25 pages or so.
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Hey Pat I too have an original P-51 Model tech ARC .60-.91 bhp Kit and like Falcon one have every thing but assy Manual I would be happy to compensate you for your time and trouble in e mailing a copy of it Need any Radios or motors or hardware I would be happy to help with it Thanks Bill V ( wmvernisie@aol.com) Again any help is greatly appreciated Thanks again
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Great flying model... I have had two myself first with OS 91FS and second and fav. YS91 AC powered. I scaled my two out improved looks using the TopFlite P51D canopy and sheeted wings. Robart retracts, Mustang wheels and scale oleos. Approx 10 lb AUW from memory. It likes to be flown onto the ground when landing using flaps like a proper fighter should (not a floater). I used to have pics. in my gallery but looks like with the RCU changes no more pics....?? (
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Hi guys
By a y chances some has a copy of the manual for the p-51 arc Model tech. But One but no manual in the box. Be very thank full if some can help me
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Carlo,

Sorry! long gone.

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