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    ID this Plane?

    I have this plane given to me by a friend it was done in silk and dope and i just painted it can you tell me what it is? has a 72'' wingspan and 54'' fuslage
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    RE: ID this Plane?

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    RE: ID this Plane?

    not a clue, but NICE looking aircraft
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    "Yes, but can you do it upside down, backwards, and with your hair on fire"

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    RE: ID this Plane?

    I was thinking Cloud Dancer, but the tail is different.

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    RE: ID this Plane?

    Spinks Acromaster kit imported by Circus Hobbies in the 80's made in Japan with excedllet wood. They had a Zlin Z50 & few otheres with excellent balsa.

    Lokks grat hope you enjoy it!!!


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