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Too windy to fly

Old 02-12-2018, 05:05 AM
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Default Too windy to fly

So I got the shop ready to start some new flyers. First, cleaned and hung current flyers. Then cleaned and organiz d tools.
First build will be a Cub, with mods of course but looks like a quick build. Great looking laser cut kit. But not before I finish this sport trainer - will be for sale. After those I lshould be ready to get into the Ryan.
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