Rubber powered Flyline General Aristocrat

Free flight and rubber powered models
GarydNB
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Hi Richard,
Here y'go...
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Tobe
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Re: Rubber powered Flyline General Aristocrat

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Impressive!

Do they sell those boats by the foot?
Colonel Blink
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Re: Rubber powered Flyline General Aristocrat

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If they did, he'd have a coracle......
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ozrs
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Re: Rubber powered Flyline General Aristocrat

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"Tranquillity" - very nice, I imagine a deck chair on top with a little RC seaplane could be very tranquil.

BTW: Its a long bugger - I am guessing that "U"-turns are out of the question on those canals?
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Re: Rubber powered Flyline General Aristocrat

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I've seen him do it - I must admit I was most impressed with Gary's control of such an overlong implement.... :lol:

Though the hinge in the middle helped of course.
GarydNB
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Re: Rubber powered Flyline General Aristocrat

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7ft wide and 60ft long. Every few km there are widened areas on the canal where you can turn, although it can be a right bugger in a wind!
(Ken Willard 'poolboy' might be on the cards soon...)
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Re: Rubber powered Flyline General Aristocrat

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Got a new boat innit.
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Re: Rubber powered Flyline General Aristocrat

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....aaaaaannd a kk Elf just because. Needs a prop and wheels.
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Shaun
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Re: Rubber powered Flyline General Aristocrat

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Look at all that side area on the new boat to display your artistic bent on pal.. .. :D

What size prop do you need. I may have some very old balsa blanks that would be suitable.

Shaun
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Re: Rubber powered Flyline General Aristocrat

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New boat looks great Gary :P . Where are you headed?

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