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    Challenger mock up

    Work on my Sarpollus Challenger is coming along I just need to glue the wing and v-stab in place then finish sanding and paint.
    Thanks
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    RE: Challenger mock up

    Looks good, love those Cardinal wingtips.
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    RE: Challenger mock up

    Thank you, yeah the wing tips really give it a cool look

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    RE: Challenger mock up

    I'm watching the thread, let us know how it flys.
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    With the parts left over, Im going to build a motorcycle.

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    RE: Challenger mock up

    ORIGINAL: green river rc

    I'm watching the thread, let us know how it flys.
    Thank you, not much to report right now I have the landing gear and wheel pants installed hopefuly I'll start painting next week and probably won't get to fly it untill next spring but who knows.
    Dwayne

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    RE: Challenger mock up

    What is the power plant going to be?
    Real Airplanes have Round Engines and Two Wings.

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    RE: Challenger mock up


    ORIGINAL: skaliwag

    What is the power plant going to be?
    A piped OS .32 F but if that doesn't work out I'll put a LA .40 on it.
    Thank you
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    RE: Challenger mock up

    Nice plane but anything you'd like to share about that Dreadnought in the background?

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    RE: Challenger mock up


    ORIGINAL: flyingtigre

    Nice plane but anything you'd like to share about that Dreadnought in the background?
    Hey Tigre it's a Marina, I did some searching and by what I could find this model is a Takamine rip off built in the old Check repuplic, all I do know is that I only paid $75.00 for it at a pawn shop it has a curved neck with great action plays great and has a realy bold sound so for 75 bucks I'm very happy with it.
    Thanks for asking
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    RE: Challenger mock up

    Sounds like a great deal. Age & use do contribute to improve the sound. From what I can see in your photos, you might even consider a kit for one of these as your winter project. Keep a pickin' and grinnin'.


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