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Old 02-19-2014, 03:40 PM
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Hello Chris. The weatherseers are calling for 60 and 70 degree temps the rest of the week.... Time to get back to work. Don't forget to post your progress on that other forum.
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Originally Posted by ctshepherd
Thanks Steve. What kit are you looking to build?
Most likely a Balsa USA Cub. I'll have help from a friend who builds. We'll see how it goes. Eventually I would like to build a Top Flite GS P-47 and do the razorback conversion.
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Originally Posted by ctshepherd
I will let the pictures do the talking... black stripes applied.

Chris,
Love the build!
For some reason, your garage looks better than my living room!
Scott
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Originally Posted by spanky910
Hello Chris. The weatherseers are calling for 60 and 70 degree temps the rest of the week.... Time to get back to work. Don't forget to post your progress on that other forum.
Yes, I know. The plane actually moved inside to the craft room during the cold spell. Things have slowed down a bit on the rebuild... waiting on bonus $$ to come through from work. Not to mention I fried the receiver and matchbox while setting up the radio gear. DOH! Placing a battery jumper into the matchbox while it is connected to a RX with battery power... BAD!
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Originally Posted by Fly2XS
Chris,
Love the build!
For some reason, your garage looks better than my living room!
Scott
Scott, the garage got too cold so the plane moved indoors... LOL. Transportation for all of the birds will be arriving in a couple of weeks... picking up a 6 x 12 trailer that will fit in the garage when not in use. Similar to this one pictured, except it will be all dark grey.
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Originally Posted by StAndBl
Most likely a Balsa USA Cub. I'll have help from a friend who builds. We'll see how it goes. Eventually I would like to build a Top Flite GS P-47 and do the razorback conversion.
Sounds good! Are you going to build the 1/4 scale version?
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Originally Posted by ctshepherd
Sounds good! Are you going to build the 1/4 scale version?
Undecided at this point. I would like to do the 1/3 scale.
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Originally Posted by ctshepherd
Scott, the garage got too cold so the plane moved indoors... LOL. Transportation for all of the birds will be arriving in a couple of weeks... picking up a 6 x 12 trailer that will fit in the garage when not in use. Similar to this one pictured, except it will be all dark grey.
I bought one that size last year and it has made transporting giant scale much easier.

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