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Thread: Ea6b

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    Here's a bird you don't see every day in r/c form. I've always been a fan of the EA6B's dating back from the years spent on Midway with them. I thought it was really nice to see a radio controlled EA6B. He needs to get jamming pods set up on her to complete the package.
    Last edited by SushiHunter; 04-21-2014 at 08:52 AM.
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    just posted about the A-6 the other day, wish someone produced one.
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    I read the build thread on a german forum about this bird.......... all built up, ply and balsa.......
    nice plane, but I personally like the Intruder better....... again, a true 'Iron Works' marvel.........

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    Eventually... (Whenever this F14 is done) i hope to do EA6B and a Drakken. Very impressive model in the video.
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