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Old 04-05-2013, 07:29 PM
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Hi All,
Ipicked up a Spridget Sailplane, originally manufactured by Celerity Aero-Technical Design. Pretty cool, comes with balsa for 2 wings, a slope and a thermal. I have the plans, but unfortunately the instructions are missing. I can probably build it without but would like to have them. If anyone has a copy of the instructions they are willing to copy, I'd be willing to paycopy/shipping costs.

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The link below takes you to a classifieds thread on RCG, wherein a Spridget kitchanged hands a few weeks ago... you might try contacting the buyer.

http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showt...light=spridget
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Thanks, Gary! I'll be checking it out tonight, would have responded to you sooner, but the site was down.
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Glad to help... I remembered seeing that RCG ad when it originally posted, mainly due to the unusual name - "Spridget". It caught my eye because that is the generic name for the badge-engineered Austin Healey Sprite and MG Midget (SPRite +mIDGET= Spridget) British sports car twins from back in the day.
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Do you still have the plans for the Spridget and if so can get a copy? I have the instructions , but unfortunately the plans are missing.

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I know this is late, but do you still need plans? OK if they get folded to mail them?
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Yes please send 23 Merrill st. Albany ny 12205. Let me know how much.
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