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    Sterling Ringmaster Sportster

    The Ringmaster Sportster was the relatively unknown member of the Ringmaster family. It and the Ringmaster flash really didn't look a lot like the classic Ringmaster s-1 that is so well known. However , this Sterling model while probably not one of the largest selling members of the Rinmaster line still commands hefty prices when offered on the bay. Pat King undertook the preservation of this design and redrew the plans and has produced a limited number of short kits. This is the kit prototype. There is more about it on the Ringmaster forum. It is unusual in that it is one of the few side mounted full fuselage models in C/L.
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    RE: Sterling Ringmaster Sportster

    Very nice. Pat drew some plans for a multi-engined Scale project and sent them to me to build. He is a very good draftsman and I can't wait to build it. Bob Whitely's F-82 Twin Mustang 1/2A Scale model was designed by Pat as well.
    Isn't the Ringmaster Sportser a tricycle geared model? I always thought they were very cool and with that canopy reminded me of the Navion sport plane.
    Chris...

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    RE: Sterling Ringmaster Sportster

    It is a tri gear model, W/S is 39inches and it is a somewhat unique model. Thats a picture of the prototype kit

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    RE: Sterling Ringmaster Sportster

    Where is the Ringmaster forum? Are you referring to Stuka Stuntworks or is there another forum for the Ringmaster?
    ORIGINAL: dennis

    The Ringmaster Sportster was the relatively unknown member of the Ringmaster family. Pat King undertook the preservation of this design and redrew the plans and has produced a limited number of short kits. This is the kit prototype. There is more about it on the Ringmaster forum.

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    RE: Sterling Ringmaster Sportster


    ORIGINAL: Mooney_driver

    Where is the Ringmaster forum? Are you referring to Stuka Stuntworks or is there another forum for the Ringmaster?


    ANSWER:

    The forum is the Brotherhood of the Ring:

    http://www.brotherhoodofthering.info/flightline

    You will need to register to view and post in the forum. There is tons of Ringmaster information on this site!!!

    Enjoy,

    John



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