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ZUGVOGEL IIIa 1/4.2 SCALE

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Cliff Evans
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Re: ZUGVOGEL IIIa 1/4.2 SCALE

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Ray Watts wrote:
17 May 2020, 09:25
B Sharp wrote:
17 May 2020, 09:19
Well done Chris! It looks really nice in the air.
So what's next?
Brian. :D
Hows about a 1/3•5 ASK13 Chris. I'd really like that 😉
Ray
1/3 would better!

Tom Pack
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Re: ZUGVOGEL IIIa 1/4.2 SCALE

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Cliff Evans wrote:
17 May 2020, 15:54
Ray Watts wrote:
17 May 2020, 09:25
Hows about a 1/3•5 ASK13 Chris. I'd really like that 😉
Ray
1/3 would better!
1/3 would be perfect.

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Re: ZUGVOGEL IIIa 1/4.2 SCALE

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Ray,
I am sure Geoff would be happy for you to fly the Chipmunk, it would asve him a fortune in laundry bills.....

:shock: :D :shock: :D

BC

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chris williams
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Re: ZUGVOGEL IIIa 1/4.2 SCALE

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Sorry fellers, 3rd is off the menu...as a dedicated coffin-dodger, I need to build models that are a little more age-compatible...

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Re: ZUGVOGEL IIIa 1/4.2 SCALE

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1/4 scale Govier then!
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We were delighted to discover today that the little Williamsley tug (Turnigy G60 running on 2 x 3s LiPos) was more than capable of towing up the 4.2 scale Zug...
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