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Old 09-29-2010, 05:45 PM
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Anyone with any personal build information from this Aerodrome Models kit would be really appreciated. I'm having great difficulty in the comprehension area of my brain. Looking for any photos or personal notes from your build [if any is out there]. I'm stumped from page one and I thought with twenty previous kits built, I would'nt have had much of a problem with this one. Please respond. MM
Old 09-29-2010, 09:57 PM
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might help if you told us what the wing span is.
Old 09-30-2010, 05:36 PM
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It's 74 inches wingspan. A .90-1.20 size kit. I don't think there will be much in the way of info. I'll try to contact Dick Watz, He might hve something in the way of build photos. This is really a "Peach" of a kit and will probably take four or five months to do. But for the moment, if any one else might have some info this one [ if you have built one] please try to post. Thanks for looking into this. MM
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Default RE: Aerodrome models Stinson 108-2 kit

Wish I could help, but have no knowledge of the Stinson. You're very fortunate to have this kit, Aerodrome kits are works of art. I have the Fly Baby with bipe conversion and look forward to building it.

Aerodrome kits were known as builders kits, and with your previous experience I'm sure you'll figure this one out. Get with an old-timer in your club, maybe mention 'Aerodrome' at your next club meeting. Their experience is invaluable, and sadly disappearing quick.

Ed
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Mike,

Dunno if you are still building this kit, but I just scored one of these myself, and I expect this thread here will be very helpful, with good pics:
http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=965804

Cheers,

Don.

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