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    RE: Lets see those Crazy Pilots

    Here's a commercial pilot I modified and his mount.
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    RE: Lets see those Crazy Pilots

    Here is Miss Moo piloting my World Models Extra 330L 60. On her maiden the cow piloted the Extra into a stall and the result was four nights of repairs....... I am giving her another chance though!
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    Sleep when you\'re dead!

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    RE: Lets see those Crazy Pilots

    After the accident, I am sure she did not......"UTTER"......... a word!
    Viva Juan De La Cierva!

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    RE: Lets see those Crazy Pilots

    H9 1/7 scale latex WWII pilot painted as a P-40 AVG pilot serving in China:
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    RE: Lets see those Crazy Pilots

    Not exctly crazy but here's a GI Joe head that almost kinda sorta looks like me mounted on a hand carved/painted foam body.
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    RE: Lets see those Crazy Pilots

    as you can see, all my flights are pleasure flights.
    this is bob Mckensie from the great white north.
    take off, eh!


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    RE: Lets see those Crazy Pilots

    Chicken Little finally gets his wings!! Courtesy of a box of Rice Krispies!

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    RE: Lets see those Crazy Pilots

    Don't have any picks, but I've got a plastic alligator head as the pilot in my four star 40. Pretty crazy looking. That and the covering scheme (black red, skulls and stuff) tend to draw alot of looks at the field, and then everyone kinda takes two steps away..........

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    RE: Lets see those Crazy Pilots

    This is my 3D pilot. After getting his fix of harriers and knife edging !
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    RE: Lets see those Crazy Pilots

    Rizzo the Rat has always been my favorate muppet, Now he pilots my new Hog bipe, He keeps Bi%#n I need to get shorter wing bolts before maiden flight.

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    I laugh in the face of danger... Then I hide until it goes away

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    RE: Lets see those Crazy Pilots

    Started out @4.5 oz cut him up real bad took to his guts with a dremel and stuck him back together, 1.8oz, carries an om board saftery net.
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    RE: Lets see those Crazy Pilots

    Hi Guys - Just thought that since I started this thead a few years ago I'd add another pilot to my squadron. This is my cigar chomping *** kicking taking names Slurry Bomber Pilot. He was a little short so I had to add about 1.5 more inches of torso to him to get him the right height. Seat was hand carved, painted, and weathered. Since these pics were taken he has now also got a 3 point harness system to hold him in A couple of close up shots (Handsome guy that he is Ready to taxi out for another Fire Fighting Mission and a shot of an actual Slurry Drop.

    So, does anyone else have any new pilots in the air since this thread started??

    OK, I need to apologize. I just decided to go through and look at ALL of the pilots on ALL of the pages and just realized that I posted this same bunch of pictures (and pretty much the same yackity yack) back a page (and a year). I'll have a new pilot flying a Bucker Jungman to post about Spring flying time. Can't WAIT !! Currently -11, wind 20 > 35 mph, wind chill -25 to -40 - YEA, IT"S COLD OUT SIDE!!!
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    You know you've landed with the wheels up when it takes full power to taxi.

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    RE: Lets see those Crazy Pilots

    Here is my dizzy blonde pilot:



    At least I have an excuse for my crappy piloting!
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    RE: Lets see those Crazy Pilots

    Gollum from LOTR!!
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    RE: Lets see those Crazy Pilots

    I prefer redheads myself.
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    RE: Lets see those Crazy Pilots

    okay here is ALF rem him,welll lest just say his piloting skills suck
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    RE: Wild E Coyote


    ORIGINAL: smchale

    And one of Wild E....he was in an illfated uproar.
    hey those ears sticking out is going to cause some induced drag!!

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    RE: Lets see those Crazy Pilots

    i have mario in my contender

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    RE: Lets see those Crazy Pilots

    I like mine crazzzzzy....Here's Ozzy in a Harmon Rocket and Bones in an Extra 300s. I find most of the toys at thrift stores. They usually weigh a lil more than the fancy foam pilots,but the Kool factor ,for Me ,outweighs the weight factor.
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    Old School Power..If a little bit is good.. a whole bunch is better..and to much still ain\'\'t enough!

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    RE: Lets see those Crazy Pilots

    Both Pilots are AWESOME....but I prefer Ozzie! Great job!

    Dave
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    RE: Lets see those Crazy Pilots

    Thanks imsofaman,I am looking for Pee-Wee Herman next. That has to be the best yet!!! Maybe I'll get lucky.And if I do, I have a Seagull Super Decathlon with a Saito 100 just waiting for ol Pee-Wee.
    On a mini funtana,I had Woody, from Toy Story, as My pilot.after I cut him in half I took the legs and tacky glued them to the under carriage!!! It looked like he had kicked thru!! It was funny.. although I crashed it before he became a permanent fixture.
    I guess I really am a big kid!!!lol.. Best Regards, TJ
    Old School Power..If a little bit is good.. a whole bunch is better..and to much still ain\'\'t enough!

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    RE: Lets see those Crazy Pilots

    Oh yeah, if You will notice , Ozzy is screaming.. If You ever saw Me fly, You'd know why!~!!!!!!!( I can image him screaming,
    " SHHHHHHHHAAAAROOOOOOOOONNNNNNNNNNN!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
    Old School Power..If a little bit is good.. a whole bunch is better..and to much still ain\'\'t enough!

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    RE: Lets see those Crazy Pilots

    Here's my Jim LeRoy bust made for me by Michael Hicks of Wingman Designs.Did it from a picture Jim sent him.Going in my model of Jims new Bulldog II.
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    RE: Lets see those Crazy Pilots

    Here's mine, surprised we haven't had one listed yet. Nucomp Miniatures "Death From Above"
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    RE: Lets see those Crazy Pilots

    Howdie gents. heres mine. made out of ping pong ball. painted then cut out the blue and white from covering. H kbii.
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