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Old 03-14-2015, 02:22 AM
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Forgive me if asked before but I thought it would be fun to list any reasonable jets to a "wish list". Who knows, maybe some manufacturer will actually read this and put it on their "to do" list.

mine:
1. A-6 Intruder, reasonable sized with all the plumbing sorted (somebody already researching)
2. T-34C turboprop. Large enough to handle the SPT-5 or new Kingtech
3. Large F-35 that is close to scale. (Large enough where wing loading will be reasonable RTF)
4. Large F-22 with same requirements
5. A "true" T-45. It seems everybody just throws a Navy paint job on a Hawk and calls it a T-45
6. More "turn key" or PNP available arf's. As everybody has stated, many people nowadays don't have the time or the skills to build a high quality jet so let them know what you'd like (a bobcat?)

There is a new kit coming out for the F-35 but I'm talking 140-180 sized plane

Not much different than the old Sears Christmas Wish book, but, who knows, maybe it'll get a manufacturer to think twice about building one

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Old 03-14-2015, 03:19 AM
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A-6 Intruder and a large F-22 have been on my wish list for years. We might just get a decent size A-6 from Xtreme ARF, but have not heard of any company working on a large F-22 (110"+).
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Old 03-14-2015, 04:52 AM
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B1 lancer,,,,would be my Holy Grail of jets.
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Old 03-14-2015, 05:28 AM
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I would want a:

1) Shenyang J-15
2) Helwan HA-300
3) Berezyak - Isayev BI -1
4) Hal- HF 24 marut
5) Tai TFX
6) AIDC F-CK1 Ching Kuo
7) F-15C
8) YF-23
9) TF-A4
10) Bird of pray,


However I is more likely that I will be very happy to buy a 104...

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Old 03-14-2015, 07:04 AM
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my wish List are :

Su-35( Likai asked)
AV-8B( Likai asked)
F-15 C/D
T-45
A-6
Tornado
Mirage-2000

hope on future that I can design these jets as soon!
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Old 03-14-2015, 07:07 AM
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Very cool to see the owner of Skymaster chime in. That's kind of like Santa Claus writing you back…. ;-)
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Old 03-14-2015, 11:21 AM
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Harrier!!!! There has got to be a way!
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Anything for smaller turbines (from P-20 up to 18lbs or so).

An A-10 for twin P-20s would be great.
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A nice Lear or Citation if it went in the 20-35 size
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Originally Posted by patrnflyr View Post
A nice Lear or Citation if it went in the 20-35 size
Yeh!! I'm in
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KAI T50 Golden Eagle
Small Mig 21 mw44/p60
small EE Lightning mw44/p60
Hawker Hunter mw44 size/p60
F5 E Tiger II
Folland Gnat 80-100 size or larger
Smaller thomahawk Furura 60 size

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Old 03-14-2015, 02:41 PM
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Less snow and more flying weather...........LOL
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There is a museum quality Gnat coming from a UK source, its big though-180 size. Going to blow peoples mine with detail. More info in the summer

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Dassault Ouragan Fighter Bomber

Super Etendard


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YF-23, 1/8 or bigger. Love that plane.
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Douglas X-3 Stiletto
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Here's another golden oldie , an F-89 scorpion
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Large A-6 intruder followed by a 1/6 scale F-18D. After that large scale EF2000 would be nice.
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Old 03-14-2015, 05:27 PM
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I'm a rookie but I would like to see a Crusader (Gunfighter), the F-84F (Thunderstreak), the A-6 (Intruder), and the F-101 Voodoo. I'll buy one or two of them. Smile. Chic
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100-140 size F-117 please!!!!
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Originally Posted by jetmaven View Post
Douglas X-3 Stiletto

I know someone who had someone design a 160" long version...
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Did the x-3 ever fly ?
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Originally Posted by jetmaven View Post
Did the x-3 ever fly ?
Full scale... Yes

the model hasnt been built yet as far as i know. Seeing photos of the real thing, the wings may as well of been a sheet of plywood they are so thin.
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A-6 then F-111 in the Aussie scheme :-)
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