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Old 11-01-2004, 06:36 AM   #1
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Hey you Southern Ont Boys! - Lookin for plan layout for the Spad KI-61 Tony! You guys all seem to fly it down south. Can someone please post it on this or email to me! That would be much appreciated. Didn't want to build another corostang.

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Old 11-01-2004, 07:27 AM   #2
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You should contact Mike " Deadeye" Allen at the London Club. He has several posts on this forum. He is a coro master builder and has lots of good advice and I know he is working on some plan sets with patterns for formers etc. for several WW 2 fighters. I don't think he will give his stuff away but, he is very reasonable and a very willing resource for information on building with coro. He has a Spitfire wing build tutorial on RC Universe that is incredible. Lots of guys have built according to his plans and the planes fly great. He and Alex Plarina and Jeff Trumner of the London club are all very expert at the coro building and there are guys in the Humber club who are expert also. Most of them post here and have been very willing to help me along. I have built mainly from foam in the past but have become a convert. Coro is tough, cheap and once you get on to it you can produce very good representative planes that fly fine.
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