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    do you recognize the old aerobatic plane?

    First, sorry about posting this question to two places (RC airplanes/Sport Flying) but I was later adviced to set my question here.

    So, I got a while ago this plane but I've got no idea about the make or model. All I know is that ws is 130.5 cm, engine is Austrian 6,5 ccm HB 40 with pipe and fuel pump and the plane might be some 20-30 years old. Any ideas what it is? On the wing there is text "Panther V" but google let's me rather to WW2 tanks, not to RC airplanes.

    Best Regards, Jussi
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    RE: do you recognize the old aerobatic plane?

    austrian engine would be HP if it is HB it is german what was called the german veco line.that design is unknown to me here in the states.looks like the chord does not taper enough at the tips compared to other designs around here.

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    RE: do you recognize the old aerobatic plane?

    That A/C looks familiar, but cannot think of name. It is not all that old too. Would suggest you move the discusion over to the Pattern Forum for a better opinion.

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