|Sep 24, 2011, 09:37 PM|
need help identifying this model please
hello rcgers,I picked up this diamond in the ruff today and would like to fix it up a bit but I cant seem to find any info on the web,the guy I bought if from said it was an aero star biplane but I cant find any info,please help.it has a thunder tiger .61 engine if that helps with size. thanks for any help i can get,I really just want to find an engine cover for it.
|Oct 01, 2011, 01:04 PM|
Looks like a Sig Astro Hog bipe to me. Cabanes and interplane struts modified, or maybe from initial versions of the kit.
|Oct 12, 2011, 08:24 PM|
Canada, ON, Newmarket
Joined Mar 2005
It's really the RCM Acro Star, which was kitted by Airtronics.
Desinged by Don Dewey and Lee Renaud.
Comes from April 1973 RCM as I recall. Plan no. PL-525. Still available.
It did not have a glass cowl. It was wood.
FYI, the Acro Star was a descendant of the Wayfarer which was a descendant of the Hobo.
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