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Repaired this 15 years ago and it's become clear I'm not going to get to covering and installing the gear. Includes landing gear, hatches, etc.  The cowling was built around an OS Surpass .70, or ASP .80 four stroke. Will also work with a Saito 100.


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Thermals---I need thermals!
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Jim,

How much would it take to modify it to use a Magnum .60? I have a couple of those around. 
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You know, with 15 years on the repair clock already I might get it back in the air under that time frame! 😀😀😀
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Good catch, Andrew. You'll like that airplane, they fly very nicely. :thumbs:

Onward and Upward.
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Thank You Jim!!! 😀😀😀
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Jim,

I figured how I am going to remove the twist in the wings from hanging so long. I am going to hang it up INVERTED!! 😀😀😀
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Lets hope it doesn't take 15 years.

Thermals---I need thermals!
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Hi everyone!
It would seem that I am starting to show my age and maybe it is time that I get out of this game of model aircraft that I have been involved in off and on since around seventh grade. As a result, I am putting my model stuff up for sale.
It seem that I am a keeper of things. As a result still have the boxes, plans and scraps left over from planes that I have, including 2 control line planes, a Junior Nobler and a Ringmaster JR., A Gentle Lady glider, A Kadet Seniorita and a Senior Falcon RC planes. These are all in flyable condition and have all been flown at our field at some time. I have almost  a Gallon of RC fuel.
The radio equipment is all old 50 meg stuff.  I know, the new stuff is better but it still works for me and I have it. I have a "Jim Walker U-Reely" control line handle still with old lines on it that I use. I know, you are not supposed to use that old stuff any more, but it has been working for the little bit of flying that I have done.
I also have a little small electric stuff.
I have a stack of Model Aircraft magazines dating back to 1996 or so, along with a few other magazines.
I am now 86 years old and am starting to show my age and having a little problem with unsteadiness and dizziness so don't get around as well as I used to  
 If you or anyone you know has any interest in any or all of this stuff, give me a call at  (970)921-3840.
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We're going to miss you , Jim. We'll miss all of your neat little airplanes and gadgets you made from things you had laying around the house. We'll miss your charm and happiness. Please stay in touch.  :(

Randy

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