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    Hanger 9 P-40B Warhawk

    http://www.horizonhobby.com/products...age6-_-HAN2595

    Squadrons,
    I think this is just a classic beauty, here, I really like the glossy, early war look, and wondered....What Say Youz? Thanks and keep your props spinnin'.

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    RE: Hanger 9 P-40B Warhawk

    Rather large for a Parkflyer: Flying Weight: 6.75 - 8.00 lb (3.10 - 3.60 kg)

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    RE: Hanger 9 P-40B Warhawk

    ORIGINAL: Saburo Sakai

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    Squadrons,
    I think this is just a classic beauty, here, I really like the glossy, early war look, and wondered....What Say Youz? Thanks and keep your props spinnin'.


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    With the exception of my heavy HH Hurricane that is a great scale companion with my PZ Messerschmitts I am emotionally imprinted on every one of PZ's killer size park flyer fighters. I hope PZ will eventually come out with an AVG tiger shark mouth P-40 with the popular and exciting side profile we see on the introduction of TV programs like "DOGFIGHTS," etc..

    I've already committed to building as "large as I can stand Spitfire" once new "super battery technology" becomes available which could be sooner than we think. Please see my "PS."

    I have to agree with gohmer, sorry.

    Out.



    Spitfire Brotherhood (All Spitfires Welcome) #64 - Post #407 - Battle of Britain & Winston Churchill relevancy to modeling - http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/fb.asp?m=11007416 PLEASE SEE POST 852 (Page # 35) on Spit thread for FANTASTIC INFO. See why we fight - www.goodfight.com
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    FIGHTERS - AVIATION'S ULTIMATE CALL TO GLORY, HONOR, AND IMMORTALITY - http://community-2.webtv.net/RICHARD...4/CALLTOGLORY/
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    The following URL brings up the most concise, non-technical (with technical references) discussion about the revolutionary THORIUM PLASMA BATTERY technology I have found on the web. ENJOY! Oh what fun we are going to have in the future of flight!
    http://www.ecocarforum.com/ev-forums...t_a_recha.html

    PS Please check out the recently revealed excitement of "battery charging technology" that can multply the endurance of batteries on my RCU Blog.


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