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Parkzone, Talk about paving the way in a new direction with R/C development and fun

Old 11-04-2011, 08:44 AM
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Default Parkzone, Talk about paving the way in a new direction with R/C development and fun

Has anyone noticed lately with the new products Parkzone is coming out with, how our modeling community took another giant leap in progress and fun? With the release of the Ultra Micro series I have seen a lot of aspects of modeling get brought back to life, that have been ever so slowly dying out over these years. Kit building is the number one thing I’ve seen start to get picked back up. Hell I’ve seen so many people go out and buy a Guillows kit even if their airframe is still good and take the electronics out of it and put it in the Guillows. Now I know these are small short kits, but a kit build is a kit build no matter what, and seeing this starting to be picked up again is a great feeling. But with the release of the new mosquito I bet we will start seeing a lot of twin engine WWII bombers, and looking at the Mosquito earlier gave me this realization leading to this post. I am really enjoying where parkzone is going, and I hope they keep this up. I think after my Parkzone Corsair to Guillows P-40 conversion is done, I'm going to buy myself the electronics from the Mosquito and make a Guillows B-25 using two Corsair propellers and spinners to make the most scale looking setup instead of having those dinky little two blade props which look the complete opposite of scale.

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