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    Parkzone ICON!

    Cant believe this isnt posted yet! Getting one the day it comes out! I wish it had retracts and flaps thou.

    [link]http://www.parkzone.com/Products/Default.aspx?ProdID=PKZ5880[/link]

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    RE: Parkzone ICON!

    Allright, Shortbuss! You get the SCOOP
    Definately need a water-capable bird here on the island. Must have been that last water-logged bird I sent to the Horizon Hobby folks for "repairs". It's this intriguing plane or, simpler.....floats for the Super Cub or, yup: both! Good call
    There are Leaders, followers, and Troublemakers!
    -Capt. J.L.D., U.S.Army (ret.), my dad.

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    RE: Parkzone ICON!

    I want the real plane! But at $140,000 I have to settle for the RC for now! Pretty versatile plane, I just wish it had retracts and flaps.

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    RE: Parkzone ICON!

    Yeah it's pretty great. I thought it did have a flap option though.
    The original Tommygun


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