|Jan 24, 2012, 08:54 PM|
That just hits below the belt, now you have almost tilted me towards the Mosquito......
Here is more of my design I was going to post the other night.
151" flying by 5' off the deck would be very cool.
I may have to open up a design/build log here on my blog.........
|Feb 03, 2012, 08:01 AM|
Both planes are fantastic, but I would rather see the A-7 since I was stationed at Myrtle Beach AFB during the 70's when we had the A-7 and I was in simulator and flew several hundred hours in it. One of the most fantastic flying planes I ever got my hands on. Flies almost like a Cessna 150 and glides forever at idle while playing around with it and couldn't believe how good it really flies. Wish I could have flown the real thing.
While I only flew the simulator, I did get to fly in some real planes while at Panama City and Tyndal AFB. I flew in the 106 and T-33 a couple of times and man what a flight. That 106 REALLY puts you back in the seat on take off. I even got my hands on the stick on the T-33 for awhile. Great fun and would love to do it again. I do love the Mosquito though. One of my favorite WWII planes after the P-51 and Spitfire.
I love your B-36 build and can't wait to see it fly. That is one fantastic looking plane and I will be at SEFF again just to see that one fly. Good luck with whatever you decide to build.
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