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Old Sep 30, 2010, 04:21 PM
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1:3 or 1:3.5 ASW-27, ASG-29 fuselage ***ANY CONDITION***


This is a reach but I thought somebody might have a crashed 1/3 or 1/3.5 scale ASW-27 or ASG-29 fuselage taking up room in their shop.

I'm mostly interested in the cockpit area, from the nose to the trailing edge of the wing, so broken booms are welcome!

Prefer shipping from CONUS but am not picky.

Thanks in advance,

Mike
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Old Oct 01, 2010, 08:42 AM
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I have what I believe is a 1:3.5 scale Rosenthal ASW-22 fuselage but I'll double check the dimensions against their website when I get home this afternoon to be sure.

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This is a reach but I thought somebody might have a crashed 1/3 scale ASW-27 fuselage taking up room in their shop.

I'm mostly interested in the cockpit area, from the nose to the trailing edge of the wing, so broken booms are welcome!

Prefer shipping from CONUS but am not picky.

Thanks in advance,

Mike

Hummmm.....Sounds like the beginning of a "Concordia" maybe? I think the cockpit area of a 27 is what Dick Butler used.
Would a 28 or 29 work(even though I don't have either)?
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Hummmm.....Sounds like the beginning of a "Concordia" maybe? I think the cockpit area of a 27 is what Dick Butler used.
Would a 28 or 29 work(even though I don't have either)?
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Mike,

I have what I believe is a 1:3.5 scale Rosenthal ASW-22 fuselage but I'll double check the dimensions against their website when I get home this afternoon to be sure.

Brian
Thanks Brian. I'd be interested in that as well. 1:3.5 would be about 7 feet w/o the rudder.

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Old Oct 01, 2010, 10:19 PM
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It's a 1:3.5 ASW-22 for certain. It's over 7 1/2" long without the rudder. If you're interested pm me with contact info and we'll talk.

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Mike,

It's a 1:3.5 ASW-22 for certain. It's over 7 1/2" long without the rudder. If you're interested pm me with contact info and we'll talk.

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