|Aug 29, 2014, 02:45 AM|
Joined Jan 2004
Stardust 049 aerobatic
Back in the early eighties, I acquired a kit for a low wing half A aerobatic plane, by the name of Stardust. Weirdly, I hung the completed model with TD motor against the window for about a decade with the coastal air eventually damaging it and it never took to the air.
I think it was called Stardust - unfortunately Google only comes up with free flights and bipes of the same name and nothing of this dinky little model. If I can locate some pics I would like to draw up an build an electric version. It looked not unlike (but better) than some of the other low wing aerobatic half A models of the 70's era.
Anyone with a memory of same and maybe a pic somewhere?
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