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Aug 22, 2003, 04:01 AM
Gary Hethcoat
Gary Hethcoat
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What scale kit would you like to see?


I'm interested to know what aircraft would make good
subjects for new scale designs in kit form. Is there a
plane you'd like to see available in kit form that is
currently not available? I'm mainly interested in prop
driven scale designs.

There are alot of unusual aircraft that have never been
kitted, some have never even had any workable plans made.

I'm going to start on a new design project, and I'd like
to design something that would be of interest to the
community.

Gary Hethcoat
Aug 22, 2003, 04:01 AM
Dr1Driver
Dr1Driver
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Re: What scale kit would you like to see?


>I'm interested to know what aircraft would make good
>subjects for new scale designs in kit form.


OK, you asked for it. B-36. It'd be awesome!
Dr.1 Driver
"There's a Hun in the sun!"
Aug 22, 2003, 04:01 AM
Paul McIntosh
Paul McIntosh
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Re: What scale kit would you like to see?


Hughes Racer!

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Desert Sky Model Aviation
http://fly.mcintoshcentral.com
"Gary Hethcoat" <ghethcoat@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:ec2488a.0308211013.3c819289@posting.google.co m...
> I'm interested to know what aircraft would make good
> subjects for new scale designs in kit form. Is there a
> plane you'd like to see available in kit form that is
> currently not available? I'm mainly interested in prop
> driven scale designs.
>
> There are alot of unusual aircraft that have never been
> kitted, some have never even had any workable plans made.
>
> I'm going to start on a new design project, and I'd like
> to design something that would be of interest to the
> community.
>
> Gary Hethcoat



Aug 22, 2003, 04:01 AM
Chris Spierings
Chris Spierings
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Re: What scale kit would you like to see?


A-20, He 219, Dehaviland Hornet, A bigish TBM/TBF 80-84"

Chris

Gary Hethcoat wrote:
> I'm interested to know what aircraft would make good
> subjects for new scale designs in kit form. Is there a
> plane you'd like to see available in kit form that is
> currently not available? I'm mainly interested in prop
> driven scale designs.
>
> There are alot of unusual aircraft that have never been
> kitted, some have never even had any workable plans made.
>
> I'm going to start on a new design project, and I'd like
> to design something that would be of interest to the
> community.
>
> Gary Hethcoat


Aug 22, 2003, 04:01 AM
JosLvng
JosLvng
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Re: What scale kit would you like to see?


If you are looking for an unusual subject how about a Facetmobile? An EAA
homebuilt that flew cross country into Oshkosh a few years ago.
Joe L.


>Subject: What scale kit would you like to see?
>From: ghethcoat@yahoo.com (Gary Hethcoat)
>Date: 8/21/2003 2:13 PM Eastern Standard Time
>Message-id: <ec2488a.0308211013.3c819289@posting.google.com>
>
>I'm interested to know what aircraft would make good
>subjects for new scale designs in kit form. Is there a
>plane you'd like to see available in kit form that is
>currently not available? I'm mainly interested in prop
>driven scale designs.
>
>There are alot of unusual aircraft that have never been
>kitted, some have never even had any workable plans made.
>
>I'm going to start on a new design project, and I'd like
>to design something that would be of interest to the
>community.
>
>Gary Hethcoat
>
>
>
>
>
>



Aug 22, 2003, 04:01 AM
CainHD
CainHD
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Re: What scale kit would you like to see?


>There are alot of unusual aircraft that have never been
>kitted, some have never even had any workable plans made


Heinkel HE - 100 D-1 in either or both 1/6th scale (61.79" ws) or an 80" +
version.

HC
Aug 22, 2003, 04:01 AM
HarryK01
HarryK01
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Re: What scale kit would you like to see?


How about a prewar bipe? The Boeing P-12E/F4B4 kit could be built to either
version with a fin alteration and a few cosmetic changes.


"Gary Hethcoat" <ghethcoat@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:ec2488a.0308211013.3c819289@posting.google.co m...
> I'm interested to know what aircraft would make good
> subjects for new scale designs in kit form. Is there a
> plane you'd like to see available in kit form that is
> currently not available? I'm mainly interested in prop
> driven scale designs.
>
> There are alot of unusual aircraft that have never been
> kitted, some have never even had any workable plans made.
>
> I'm going to start on a new design project, and I'd like
> to design something that would be of interest to the
> community.
>
> Gary Hethcoat



Aug 22, 2003, 04:01 AM
Ken Baker
Ken Baker
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Re: What scale kit would you like to see?


An AN2 Colt


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Ken Baker
New Maryland, N.B.
Canada

"Gary Hethcoat" <ghethcoat@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:ec2488a.0308211013.3c819289@posting.google.co m...
> I'm interested to know what aircraft would make good
> subjects for new scale designs in kit form. Is there a
> plane you'd like to see available in kit form that is
> currently not available? I'm mainly interested in prop
> driven scale designs.
>
> There are alot of unusual aircraft that have never been
> kitted, some have never even had any workable plans made.
>
> I'm going to start on a new design project, and I'd like
> to design something that would be of interest to the
> community.
>
> Gary Hethcoat



Aug 22, 2003, 04:01 AM
me
me
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Re: What scale kit would you like to see?


The SB2C Helldiver has some good points for a scale project. Big wing and
tail surfaces and a fairly long nose. Never mind that most of the guys who
flew them in WWII hated 'em.


"Gary Hethcoat" <ghethcoat@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:ec2488a.0308211013.3c819289@posting.google.co m...
> I'm interested to know what aircraft would make good
> subjects for new scale designs in kit form. Is there a
> plane you'd like to see available in kit form that is
> currently not available? I'm mainly interested in prop
> driven scale designs.
>
> There are alot of unusual aircraft that have never been
> kitted, some have never even had any workable plans made.
>
> I'm going to start on a new design project, and I'd like
> to design something that would be of interest to the
> community.
>
> Gary Hethcoat



Aug 22, 2003, 04:01 AM
BykrDan
BykrDan
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Re: What scale kit would you like to see?


Aye, that! Actually, just about any of the vintage racers would be a fine
subject!

"Paul McIntosh" <paul@mcintoshcentral.com> wrote in message
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> Hughes Racer!
>
> --
> Paul McIntosh
> Desert Sky Model Aviation
> http://fly.mcintoshcentral.com
> "Gary Hethcoat" <ghethcoat@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:ec2488a.0308211013.3c819289@posting.google.co m...
> > I'm interested to know what aircraft would make good
> > subjects for new scale designs in kit form. Is there a
> > plane you'd like to see available in kit form that is
> > currently not available? I'm mainly interested in prop
> > driven scale designs.
> >
> > There are alot of unusual aircraft that have never been
> > kitted, some have never even had any workable plans made.
> >
> > I'm going to start on a new design project, and I'd like
> > to design something that would be of interest to the
> > community.
> >
> > Gary Hethcoat

>
>



Aug 22, 2003, 04:01 AM
mineeart
mineeart
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Re: What scale kit would you like to see?


anything ww1 biplane

"Gary Hethcoat" <ghethcoat@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:ec2488a.0308211013.3c819289@posting.google.co m...
> I'm interested to know what aircraft would make good
> subjects for new scale designs in kit form. Is there a
> plane you'd like to see available in kit form that is
> currently not available? I'm mainly interested in prop
> driven scale designs.
>
> There are alot of unusual aircraft that have never been
> kitted, some have never even had any workable plans made.
>
> I'm going to start on a new design project, and I'd like
> to design something that would be of interest to the
> community.
>
> Gary Hethcoat



Aug 22, 2003, 04:02 AM
Six_O'Clock_High
Six_O'Clock_High
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Re: What scale kit would you like to see?


Now wouldn't THAT make heads turn!

"Ken Baker" <jkbaker@rogers.com> wrote in message
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> An AN2 Colt
>
>
> --
> Ken Baker
> New Maryland, N.B.
> Canada
>
> "Gary Hethcoat" <ghethcoat@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:ec2488a.0308211013.3c819289@posting.google.co m...
> > I'm interested to know what aircraft would make good
> > subjects for new scale designs in kit form. Is there a
> > plane you'd like to see available in kit form that is
> > currently not available? I'm mainly interested in prop
> > driven scale designs.
> >
> > There are alot of unusual aircraft that have never been
> > kitted, some have never even had any workable plans made.
> >
> > I'm going to start on a new design project, and I'd like
> > to design something that would be of interest to the
> > community.
> >
> > Gary Hethcoat

>
>



Aug 22, 2003, 04:02 AM
Ken Mattsson
Ken Mattsson
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Re: What scale kit would you like to see?


How about a kit of the worlds biggest hit in the civil general aviation
market, the Cessna 172? More Cessna 172:s been sold that any other GA
airplane according to a book I have. Now, for some reason there are many
kits of the Cessna 182, but not for the big seller, the 172. Likewise, there
are a few kits for the Cessna 152, but not for the 172. Ive been looking
for C172 kits for years now, there seem to be no such thing.

Bear in mind that I live on the other side of the "pond", the Atlantic, so
importing something as big as a 172 kit in say 1/6 scale is not a viable
option for me, due to huge shipping cost (found out it the hard way with
another kit). Still, Id be happy to see a 172 kit and Im pretty sure it
would interest many GA fans. Go to ANY GA airfield and you will most likely
see a Cessna 172, its the mother of all flying cows =)

Cheers, Ken
Finland


Aug 23, 2003, 04:00 AM
Andreas Rueckert
Andreas Rueckert
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Re: What scale kit would you like to see?


On 21 Aug 2003 11:13:55 -0700, Gary Hethcoat <ghethcoat@yahoo.com> wrote:
>I'm interested to know what aircraft would make good
>subjects for new scale designs in kit form. Is there a
>plane you'd like to see available in kit form that is
>currently not available? I'm mainly interested in prop
>driven scale designs.
>
>There are alot of unusual aircraft that have never been
>kitted, some have never even had any workable plans made.


Is Captain Balu's plane already available as a kit? :-)

Ciao,
Andreas

Aug 23, 2003, 04:00 AM
Normen Strobel
Normen Strobel
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Re: What scale kit would you like to see?


Boeing P26 Peashooter

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"Gary Hethcoat" <ghethcoat@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:ec2488a.0308211013.3c819289@posting.google.co m...
> I'm interested to know what aircraft would make good
> subjects for new scale designs in kit form. Is there a
> plane you'd like to see available in kit form that is
> currently not available? I'm mainly interested in prop
> driven scale designs.
>
> There are alot of unusual aircraft that have never been
> kitted, some have never even had any workable plans made.
>
> I'm going to start on a new design project, and I'd like
> to design something that would be of interest to the
> community.
>
> Gary Hethcoat





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