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02-26-2015, 06:46 PM
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Posted By hook57

These are not ARFs David. These have epoxy glass...

These are not ARFs David. These have epoxy glass fuselages with fully sheeted foam cores, both also have a complete hardware bag that includes pre bent gear legs, firewall, balsa tips and caps, etc....
02-26-2015, 05:17 AM
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Posted By hook57

And it was a beauty of a Blue Angel too! I got...

And it was a beauty of a Blue Angel too! I got lucky and picked up a BA last weekend (ala Sunshine of Germany, I think) along with a Curare from the same mfr.
Rusty did a great job with the...
10-06-2011, 07:18 PM
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Posted By hook57

RE: Making Molds of Classic Pattern Plane Fuselages & Parts to Keep them Alive for all of us to Enjoy!

Yep, I do. He was flying the same Saturn he flew (that I watched him fly!) in the late seventies and it was a Skyglas kit; OPS for power IIRC. I beleve R&S was a distributor of sorts, but a few guys...
10-06-2011, 08:57 AM
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Posted By hook57

RE: Making Molds of Classic Pattern Plane Fuselages & Parts to Keep them Alive for all of us to Enjoy!

David,
Ithink you might be thinking of Ralph White, he was at the Chicago Classic last year and this past year too. I believe he had something to do with Skyglas kits. Perhaps he'll see this and...
01-28-2011, 06:13 AM
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Posted By hook57

RE: Making Molds of Classic Pattern Plane Fuselages & Parts to Keep them Alive for all of us to Enjoy!

Dwayne,
I offered my TTIIIsome time back, didn't seem like much interest but it would be nice to have it should the interest rise.It's got the tail feathers on now so it won't help; do you have one...
10-29-2010, 11:12 PM
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Posted By hook57

RE: Making Molds of Classic Pattern Plane Fuselages & Parts to Keep them Alive for all of us to Enjoy!

I highly doubt it's his profession.... but It certainly may be one of hispassions. Keep rockin...errr molding Don.
Mark
ps. Did you get my reply to your email re: the DB and Bootlegger fuses?
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