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    Dornier 328 Jet

    Does anyone know of where to get a simprop Dornier 328 Jet model? I'm not sure if they still make them or not. If anyone has one that they want to sell I'd like to talk to you, I fly the full scale version of this and it is my first jet so I'd like to have a model of it as well. Thanks for any help!
    Here is a link to one I found on google to show you what it looks like.

    http://images.google.com/imgres?imgu...US259%26sa%3DN


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    RE: Dornier 328 Jet

    Thanks for the help, but that's the turboprop version and I don't think that they sell it as it's not listed on their site anymore.

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    RE: Dornier 328 Jet

    Maybe you can get the Rodelmodel Do328 if the Simprop one is unavailable.
    I got one in www.greenhobbymodel.com , the last there for an xmas pressie a couple of years ago, and like the Simprop one the Roedel one is hard to get.

    It's a bigger foamie designed for twin prop, but several (myself included) have fitted twin fans.
    Wingspan 1.8 metre / 70".



    Here is a converted one from Aspach fly in a few years ago ...


    It had twin 90mm fans fitted.

    Their website is here, http://www.roedelmodell.de/ but you might have to send an email if it is ex-production.
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    RE: Dornier 328 Jet

    That would be cool. I flew the real one as well. Amazingly easy to learn and fly! I love the looks of it. All of the ones I flew, the "N" numbers ended in "FJ". Good luck finding one and post a link if you do.
    Will fly for coffee

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    RE: Dornier 328 Jet

    Thanks, Will have to check it out!

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    RE: Dornier 328 Jet

    spoke with the gentleman, and he sold his last one about two weeks ago. Anyone have any other ideas?
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