|Feb 27, 2010, 08:32 PM|
Mountain Models Slipso sloper conversion
Well, after digging through some stuff today, I came across the beaten and slightly bashed Mountain Models Slipso fuselage I had placed inside a box for when I was moving. I remember working on the wing a year and a half or so ago, trying to give it a nice smooth airfoil, then coat it in epoxy and give it a nice finish
Welp, dug out the wing, and taped it to the fuselage ( ), and am going to work on it tomorrow or sometime, converting it to a nice micro sloper (or maybee back to a high speed plane..)
|Jun 09, 2014, 03:13 PM|
Joined Dec 2003
The plans look like they have been cut into pieces?
I have several Soarcraft kits, and they are one or two sheets of plans.
I am advertising a VERY RARE NIB Soarcraft 604. bags un-opened, hardware in sealed bags, etc
I have not been offered more than $250 for it.
BTW: It is Soarcraft NOT Sailcraft. Buyers might look more often if they recognize the company's name - better chance of selling it.
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