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Old 02-26-2014, 07:39 AM   #1
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Talking Getting Planes Off The Back Burner

Hi Everyone I bet We All Have Project planes on the Back Burner I Have a F-20 that I have not Maiden yet, its been on the back burner for a while, I need to install a servo and spring dampener servo saver for it, and make the front landing gear, thats finally going to happen, my only excuse is that my son dropped the top half of a small kitchen hutch on my left leg while we were moving it, that really messed up my left leg, That set me back about 3 months ouch, its better now, so now, i feel like doing more LOL.

I have a Gee Bee that I designed with large control Surfaces and a Big Hell Cat, ( Excuse the dust on it and the retract holes in the wing, and the Red Bra Strap holding it Up ) That I designed that I want to finish up, here are a few pics of them, List your Back Burner projects Too Take care, Chellie





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