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Below is an explanation supplied by famous collector Dan Sitter. Furthermore, Estes/Cox had plans to manufacture .020 and .09 engines with Die Cast crankcases (we have the drawings). In the early history of Cox Hobbies Incorporated, a young
Just finished building my X Wing. I am curious though as to how it stays outside the circle. It has no wingtip weight and no actual rudder all together. The only thing I can imagine doing anything is that the outboard elevator is fixed in slightly down
Here is an oddity, which appears would not be a good flier except for round and round. It has a rather heavy nose weight made of lead of at least 2 ounces. Has a mid mounted rear facing pusher .049 Babe Bee or other tank Bee. Wingspan is about 10.5 inches
Built in the early 90's... it's never been flown. I used to take my kids out to fly rockets back then. It was a lot of fun!
Hey members I just picked up this Sterling PT Ringmaster by Estes for $15 CAD, great deal still in the plastic. I don't remember this model from years back but, was just wondering if anyone has built or flown it before? I also didn't realize that
Hello im mariano , again with another question . yesterday y have found at a local hobby shop in buenos aires called kanning , a 0.49 killer bee , in the classic red and black cox box , but no gold anodized cranckase , and no yellow neddle valve . After