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 on: Today at 10:39:41 AM 
Started by Chris Belcher - Last post by Chris Belcher
what are the chances someone at the field flying RC is on my channel and launches my plane at in-opportune time? Aret he car freqs i the same range as planes...not an RC guy here so be patient Huh

 32 
 on: Today at 10:35:49 AM 
Started by Bootlegger - Last post by Tom Niebuhr
My wife likes purple too

 33 
 on: Today at 10:32:13 AM 
Started by Chris Belcher - Last post by Chris Belcher
Sorry...I was being a smart ass....that's really cool but I have NO RC stuff...but that's really cool. No strings attached!! Really good idea. Gonna start working on mine today! thanks Paul!

 34 
 on: Today at 10:16:24 AM 
Started by Chris Belcher - Last post by Chris Belcher
yeah......but what kind of string does he use? Grin

 35 
 on: Today at 10:14:51 AM 
Started by RknRusty - Last post by RknRusty
Rusty,

I use a Workmate like yours for all kinds of things that are impossible to do on a work table.  I find it very handy when I need to stand the plane on a wing tip for one reason or another.  The wing will slide down in the slit and the tail will hang out over the end.  You can pad/shim everything to get the plane stabilized and secure.  So much easier than using a trash can which makes it difficult to stabilize the plane.  I also use it for a paint stand.  See attached photo.

Paul 
Hey Paul, yep, I already figured that out. Just lined the edges with towels and stood it nose down between the planks. It made it a lot easier last night to align the fixed flaps while gluing. That's a chore that sounds simple, but is really a pain in the ass if you don't want to have to add a trim tab on your stunter. I too am a recovering trash can user. I used an old kitchen can with thick T-shirt slipped over it and enlarged the neck hole for the wing. And a brick in the bottom to keep it from tipping over. Lol. Now I'm sophisticated.
Rusty

 36 
 on: Today at 10:12:54 AM 
Started by Mike Keville - Last post by Bob Heywood
So do I Mike, so do I...

Johnny Smith kept everyone on their toes with his non stop banter on the mic. The entry list was so long it was a challenge just to get a flight.

Looking at those same magazines from 1952 or so, I ran across the results from one of the Plymouth meets. There was one Al Stegens, placing in one of the Speed events as a Senior. Al didn't make it to this year's NATS because of health reasons.

I know this. We were blessed to come into this hobby when we did and were able to be a part of a really good show...

And...The Dayton Buzzin' Buzzards held their first C/L Speed Meet in August, 1947. This year's Cold Cash Speed Bash will be September 6 & 7. We've never missed a year. Join us...!




 37 
 on: Today at 10:09:14 AM 
Started by Paul Taylor - Last post by Paul Taylor
Here is one uploaded last night. Another one is on the ripper.





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 38 
 on: Today at 09:56:05 AM 
Started by Robert Zambelli - Last post by Randy Ryan
While down a bit on power and prone to short life, these engines were smooth as silk runners due to the north south direction of piston travel. Tim Danels of the Engine Collectors Journal did a test including flying and says it was very easy to handle and no vibes. They were pricey for sure, how I wish I would have bought a couple after the company shut down and they were on the market just to get rid of them.

 39 
 on: Today at 09:48:58 AM 
Started by Douglas Ames - Last post by Randy Ryan
I think its a modified Fool, the upper wing appears to have been lowered and the flaps added but otherwise all the shapes and proportions look about right. The engine, in that condition, isn't worth but maybe $40 tops and most likely less, rusty outside usually means rusty inside. The airplane itself, zero, but there always seems to be someone out there that will bite. Several times I saw some weird sheet winged profile .35 powered airplane, something like "hand made original racing plane" or some such. Buy it Now $295, I know it was listed at least 3 times and never sold. Right now there's a hacked McCoy .49 with a BIN price of $255, it's been on there for months. One of those deals where the owner saw on once that sold for that and he's determined he will too. In its condition, I would give him maybe $100 for it.

 40 
 on: Today at 09:44:09 AM 
Started by Bootlegger - Last post by Dane Martin
 my wife buys the purple ones all the time at walgreens or CVS. then i steal a few... Roll Eyes

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