Dec 20, 2001, 11:53 PM
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Arizona Models


Since I have forgotten my password for RCOnline and they don't have cool automatic log on like this site, I'll take a chance that someone in this forum has information concerning Arizona Models. Good or Bad I would be interested in hearing. I am particularly interested in the SPAD kit, but also in any experiences in dealing with this company.
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Dec 21, 2001, 11:35 AM
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I was in Pheonix over Thanksgiving and stopped in to see there shop. I was interested in their Wright Flyer kits, but they were quite pricy. They do some magnificent work on their kits, all of the brass fittings and all. Just more than I wanted to spend. It appeared to me that they go for exact scale at the expense of flight charateristics. The owner was honest on the flight qualities of the Wright Flyer (pretty poor according to him, but consider the full scale one only flew about 100 yards).

They had a nice operation and looked like they took care of their customers.

-Jim Young
Jan 01, 2002, 04:05 PM
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Arizona Models


Hi are you talking about the company in Scottsdale right next to the airport. If you are i know the guy because my dad built two of the first airplanes for him

Steven Cole


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