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Old 12-17-2002, 05:37 AM
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Like Scale and don't have alot of space. Here is a great airplane in a 36" Park Flyer size. These are new kits avalible Jan. 1 2003.
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Old 12-17-2002, 03:10 PM
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Who are these Luscombes from. My uncle has a F model that has won Oshkosh Grand Champion and Sun In Fun reserve Grand Champion. I would like to get one of these for him maybe to hang in his hanger. I would also like plans for a 1/4 if you know where they might be.

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Old 12-17-2002, 06:36 PM
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The kits are from my company JMD Models. I have a variaty of sizes of the Luscombe. Check them out at www.jmdmodels.com
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Old 12-17-2002, 07:21 PM
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You got me hooked. I got to have the 1/4 Luscombe I need to know how scale the plane is. I am wanting to compete with the plane using my uncles for the paint. Since it looks like you are big into Luscombes you might know my uncle Jerry Cox in Mattoon IL. His Luscombe is beige with marron trim and same color interior.


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Old 12-17-2002, 07:33 PM
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The plans for the 1/4 and 1/5 and Park Flyer are well detailed however they are detailed for the fiberglass fuselage not for a complete scrach build. Sorry I don't know your friend I have a 1946 8E N1133K that is paainted just like my models ,silver and blue.
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Are these ready to ship? I am interested in getting the 1/4 as well as the park flyer. I need to know shipping costs to Central IL.

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The Park Flyers will be ready Jan. 1 and the 1/4 scale are built to order. about 3 to 4 weeks delivery. Sorry for the long delivery time all of my time has been in trying to have these new Park Flyers ready to ship Jan. 1 Note there will be a Cessna 195 released Jan 1 and in May there will be a 36" Globe Swift with retracts and a Cessna 120 Park Flyer kit.
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You have chosen well, Grasshopper. These are all "classics". They should fly off your shelfs.

Please consider some 40 size kits.
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How much $$ for your large Globe swift plans?
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Bob the plans for the 1/4 scale Swift are designed for a fiberglass kit you would not be able to scratch build from them.
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I need a canopy for the 1/4 swift.
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