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Old 05-06-2013, 06:21 AM   #1
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Anybody out there flying S&B warbirds still? They only manufacture 2 versions of the Me 163 Komet these days, but had at least 10 WW2 fighter planes until the factory got totalled in a cyclone. I've managed to pick up 5 so far, but they are getting hard to find. tried asking in RC groups, but so far no-one has bothered to reply. Hoping for some feedback on wattflyer. Cheers...
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hmmm....over 90 views but no replies Guess they must be scarce after all. I'll check out australian wattflyer and see if anyone over there knows something
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i tried looking up s & b rc planes......got nothing on google.

narrow is the place to land...wide is the space to crash....choose the narrow way!
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Try this....

http://www.sbrcmodels.com/

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Thanks for replying Seems they are in very limited circles these days, and even the previous warbirds appear to have faded into the past. My NIB unopened Focke wulf Ta 152 arrived yesterday, but it is unlikely I'll find another old kit lying around. looking forward to building it though real old world kit, light years difference to HK stuff..I'll do a build thread on it over winter...cheers
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I too have never heard of them before. So no help here...
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