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Introduction and V32k photo

Old 05-20-2024, 10:32 AM
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Hello,
I'm Luke and Im new here and to RC. Well not really. Many many years ago, when dirt was invented, I built a double-dihedral free fling plane.
It had a fuse you lit that would burn a rubber band so it could float to the ground. If anyone knows of this plane id love to know the model.

Then there's the V32k sailboat that I built in 2001. Sailed it once in 2001. Since then its been static. I just ordered new servos and 2.4 Ghz radio gear. Now that I'm retired and live in FLA, I will plan to sail it more often.

I like making things in general. Woodworking and photography.

All-the-best,
Luke

Teak deck and mast.

I would love to include a Cpl photos but I'm on “Super Secret Probation: 😂
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Old 05-20-2024, 10:36 AM
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Dear Indigenous People of RC Universe,
It would be neato keeno if I get 9 replies that I can acknowledge so I can escape from Newbe Jail.
Thanks in advance
Luke
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