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Jul 13, 2001, 12:56 AM
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Cessna Citation II update - some pics


I got delayed in my Cessna Citation II project for the last 6 weeks but I'm back on it now. Should be finished by the end of next week. some recent pics below.
see more at www.raptoronline.com

DJ www.raptoronline.com
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Jul 17, 2001, 02:37 PM
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a couple more new pics here: http://www.imagedv.com/raptoronline/Citation/95%.htm
It's almost finished!

DJ www.raptoronline.com


Jul 17, 2001, 07:21 PM
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Keep it coming, you are in the home stretch!!!!

Looks GREAT!

Ed
Jul 25, 2001, 05:36 PM
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Hey,

That model sure looks great!

I am thinking of building a Citation II from balsa. But I am still in the planning stages. First I wanted to make it a Slope Soarer, but then I decided to put two EDF in it. However, I am not sure how big I can make it to keep it flying.

I have way too many questions to place them here. I guess I will e-mail you...

Keep up the great work!

Lancer 512

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Jul 25, 2001, 08:47 PM
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Originally posted by Voyager E:
a couple more new pics here: http://www.imagedv.com/raptoronline/Citation/95%.htm
It's almost finished!

DJ www.raptoronline.com

Very, very nice. Off-topic: What kind of telescope is that in the background?

-JJ
Jul 25, 2001, 09:06 PM
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thanks... the telescope is a Meade 4501 4" Reflecto - Equatorial mount with automatic drive motor.

With it I can pull in not only the rings of Saturn but can make out the colored bands and the red storm spot on Jupiter. Half moon nights yield spectacular lunar surface views... I'd love to get an 8" ... one of these days.