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    C/L Flying movies

    Just checking to see if anyone has movies from late 60's early 70's transferred to digital? It was cool what they did back then especially for scale meets

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    RE: C/L Flying movies


    ORIGINAL: YAT-28E

    Just checking to see if anyone has movies from late 60's early 70's transferred to digital? It was cool what they did back then especially for scale meets

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    RE: C/L Flying movies

    Or just take new videos of the old planes flying.  Most of us still have a few of the old planes ready to go.  We are 60 lbs. heavier with liittle or grey hair,but the planes aren't much different.

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    RE: C/L Flying movies

    Here one. It's not really a movie but a cool old show.
    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KkfXygsLGTk[/youtube]

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    RE: C/L Flying movies

    I really enjoyed this flash back to the old days!
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    RE: C/L Flying movies

    Hers another one
    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qzls1EtwsP4[/youtube]

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    RE: C/L Flying movies

    SnApRoLl !!Got no idea where you found this but it's one of the best old videos I've seen - OUTSTANDING!!!!

    Sure brings back some memories of just how terrible some of those old planes really flew in 1962. Still have my PT-19 and Spitfire from that period - and they still fly ... but I'd NEVERtry that inverted flight with the wings they have.

    Yeah, cool video.

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    RE: C/L Flying movies


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    SnApRoLl !!Β*Β*Got no idea where you found this but it's one of the best old videos I've seen - OUTSTANDING!!!!

    Sure brings back some memories of just how terrible some of those old planes really flew in 1962.Β* Still have my PT-19 and Spitfire from that period - and they still fly ... but I'd NEVERΒ*try that inverted flight with the wings they have.

    Yeah, cool video.

    Dave
    Thanks. I just did a search on you tube.
    Yeah I know what you mean about not trying inverted flight with those old plastic planes. Some of those planes barely flew well let alone doing any stunts. I remember the old Testors Barnstormers and you could buy a little metal U shaped piece that clipped on to the rear of the fuse so you could "fly stunts" it didn't work out too well. It just made the plane too tail heavy.
    I also have some of those old planes as well. I have a never flown COX Fokker DR1 and a never flown Testors Sopwith Camel and not so old (1995) New In Box COX 50th Anniversary .020 powered Pitt's bipe. 98% of my collection of old stuff are tether cars from COX Testors, Pagco and OK Cub

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    RE: C/L Flying movies

    Also here a few more videos.
    1966 C/L Competition No Sound
    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6ONvLDPfF8[/youtube]

    Not old but cool none the less. Has Sound but it's just distorted noise.
    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_oQZgQW691o[/youtube]

    Cool old COX / Disney Land video

    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SnqqksKIufU[/youtube]

    Model Airplane Meets part 1 Has some control line
    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C-2I9xdsjcU[/youtube]

    Model Airplane Meets Part 2 Has some control line
    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xi5wHVKBOy4[/youtube]

    1948 Plymouth Dealers Model Airplane Meet Has some control line
    [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FhEO2v5utOA[/youtube]

    I'll try and post more as I find them

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