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Old 09-16-2006, 09:20 AM   #1
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I'm interested in getting a little WWII fighter for my OS25.

Anybody know where I can get a kit (short or full) or plans for any of the following planes: LA-3, -5, -7 or a Tempest II

I know Ron Daniels has a kit for the Tempest II but it's $165. Flies beautifully, but a bit too pricey to be banging up.

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Old 09-16-2006, 09:49 AM   #2
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Contact Jeff (canadianice) I believe he sells short kits and also has some built ready for your gear.But I don't know if he has any that your looking for.
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Is the Tempest II the one that has the round fuse, like a Sea Fury?? You might have to consider whether or not it would be allowed in an official event given the restriction on time frame from 1935-1945 and the real aircraft having been flown in combat. If you only want to build one for sport flying then it would be fine. I had the squadron book and had the 3 view enlarged to use as a plan. I gave it away to a fellow when he was going to build one. If you plan to build from coro you can use a projector to enlarge any 3 view to draw the few templates you will require. The guys in the London club are expert coro craftsmen and I wouldn't be surprised if they helped you with advice etc......... Good Luck.
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