Wow, you're not kidding ColdWarrior, that IS large.Speaking of BIG and OUTTA MY LEAGUE......
The LARGE Scale Do-X rc model in flight:
Ahab. Pretty amazing when you think about it. Would like to know what kind of engines he's using. Also how much fuel does it carry, and what's the flight time?Wow, you're not kidding ColdWarrior, that IS large.
I only got through about 3-4 minutes of the vid, but impressive with the retractable landing gear.
And it looks like the airframe was designed with a screw propeller and rudder for water navigation. Wonder if all that is operational in the model?
Bulldogger: You Da Man! Sweet!!RC is all well and good. Those who prefer a challenge build stick and tissue balsa. Here is a Cleveland Spitfire I made from scratch from plans out of a kit from 1942. Have the kit, complete, but contents too aged to be used.
Hard to immediately tell, but the wingspan is a full 36"
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The shipping cost for those models, especially the Hindenburg, must be interesting!
The B-29 was atop the minivan. The other way around would have damaged the RC Plane me thinks.So, like the shuttle transport 747, is the van carrying the B-29 or is the B-29 transporting the van?
Actually, the Caravan carrying the B-29 was spotted in PENNSYLVANIA about 5 years ago. Might have been an AMISH thing I suppose. LOL
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