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Sky Sharkster
01-28-2006, 10:43 PM
How did this link slip past? Well, there's also a company called "Warbirdkits" and once I put that one in the "Links" posting...you can guess the rest!
OK, http://www.warbirds-rc.com carries electric-powered EDFs (Kits, ARCs and ARFs), Prop ARCs, ARFs and kits, Fun Fly planes, Ducted Fan units, B/L motors, ESCs, replacement parts, Pilot figures- 1/16th Jet, 1/12th scale Jet, Luft, RAF, USAF, 1/5th Luft. All unpainted.
Decal sheets and sets, these are handy for the "scratch" builder, in 1/10th scale they have P 51, Spitfire Mk 9, Hawker Hurricane Mk 1, Me 109, Focke Wolf 190. Under Decal (Bits & Pieces) you'll find some hard-to-get sheets with "No Step" "Fill here" etc. in 2mm and 4mm type. Also cockpit instrument decals.
The Jets (EDFs) are RBCKits and some of the Props are K & A, RBCKits and Aeronaut. In addition to the usual subjects there's aWest Wing Hawker Hunter, RBC Yak-23 Flora, Horton 13, F7U-3 Cutlass, F-22, Lippisch-LIP 20, LA-5, H-75 Hawk, Heinkel HE-219, Canadair CL-415, Mig-29 Fulcrum, Blohm & Voss P-212, F-35, F4D-Skyray. These models are not cheap, the lowest priced are the A-10 Warthog at $ 89.78 and the AT-6 Texan for $ 97.00, but most of the others are $ 120.00-$ 200.00 range. Well, maybe that's not so bad, I'm just used to $ 30.00 "Slope" kits!!!
Anyway it's a good resource, check it out!
Ron

Vintauri
02-02-2006, 06:38 AM
Markos at Warbirds-RC.com is a great guy and really supports his products. They are quality kits and quality accessories. I have recieved many fan units from him and never had a problem with them at all.