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Old 05-28-2008, 02:22 AM
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Easy Fly 40 Crash! No its not electric but it was still an RC airplane. Please send this link to all your friends, thanks.
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Old 05-28-2008, 02:27 AM
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YIKES!!! Bummer Bud. I hat to see that happen to any of them.

What'cha gonna replace it with?
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Wow... so sorry to see you had a bad outing, man. That's really sad, losing a favorite plane that you've logged so much time with. Fortunately, I haven't lost any of my long-time planes to an irreparable crash yet. But I can just imagine how depressed I'd be if I obliterated my red Slow Stick beyond the point of recovery. So many happy hours logged--would be hard to say goodbye.
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