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Old Feb 28, 2016, 08:33 AM
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Can i hire anyone in Texas to build a couple of SPAD planes?

Hey, I have never been any good at builing SPADS but I figured one of you guys could help me out. I have a reasonable budget a would like to build the "SPA3DT" the website is down below, and the "SPAD Gnat" Again website down below. I know the models are very easy to build and also very cheap. message me back if your interested, because I sure am. I would pay for everything not including motor battery and rciever. (I already have those)
THanks so much.\

http://www.spadtothebone.net/freeplans.htm
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Old Feb 28, 2016, 09:10 AM
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http://www.spadtothebone.net/misc/spa3dt.htm Did not see you posting it. It really is quite easy to do it yourself, although I am sure someone will take your money. Once you get going it will be finished before you know it. The instructions are very good. There may be something on Youtube as well. Welcome to the forum by the way. The Gnat wing can just be folded over on itself and screwed onto the fuselage to make it simpler and easily removed.
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Old Feb 28, 2016, 10:25 AM
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http://www.spadtothebone.net/misc/spa3dt.htm Did not see you posting it. It really is quite easy to do it yourself, although I am sure someone will take your money. Once you get going it will be finished before you know it. The instructions are very good. There may be something on Youtube as well. Welcome to the forum by the way. The Gnat wing can just be folded over on itself and screwed onto the fuselage to make it simpler and easily removed.

Thanks, I know they are quite easy to build as I have built one myself, however I would just like to have the air of professionalism. and the plane is listed under http://www.spadtothebone.net/misc/spa3dt.htm , my bad, I thought my last link was the correct one.
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Old Feb 28, 2016, 05:31 PM
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http://www.spadtothebone.net/misc/spa3dt.htm Did not see you posting it. It really is quite easy to do it yourself, although I am sure someone will take your money. Once you get going it will be finished before you know it. The instructions are very good. There may be something on Youtube as well. Welcome to the forum by the way. The Gnat wing can just be folded over on itself and screwed onto the fuselage to make it simpler and easily removed.
Thanks, I know they are quite easy to build as I have built one myself, however I would just like to have the air of professionalism. and the plane is listed under http://www.spadtothebone.net/misc/spa3dt.htm , my bad, I thought my last link was the correct one
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Actually we posted at the same time. I am not sure a SPAD would ever be professionally done. Mass produced very efficiently maybe.
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