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    Old FF's, Need Identification

    Can anyone help me identify these old FF models? Thanks...Gene
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    RE: Old FF's, Need Identification

    The shoulder wing plane looks like it had the pylon or wing struts removed.

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    RE: Old FF's, Need Identification

    That is very possible. I dont have the models to look at first hand, since they are now owned by a fellow club member. He stated they were built roughly back in the 50's. .....Gene

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    RE: Old FF's, Need Identification

    Both were identified as, Yellowish orange one = Gasbag (1942) Flying Aces Mag & Darker orange one= PB-2 (1938) MAN mag....Gene

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    RE: Old FF's, Need Identification

    If you Google the PB-2, you'll see that the original had short struts between the wing and fuse:

    http://www.outerzone.co.uk/plan_details.asp?ID=2423


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