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May 13, 2005, 08:27 PM
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SU-29 Aerobatic Park Flyer now at

We are pleased to release the new Windrider SU-29 Aerobat at

This all molded aircraft is easy to fly for a beginner yet will prove to be impressive for an expert pilot as well. The SU-29 is constructed from all molded EPP foam. We have used a new formula with the EPP (normally dense and heavy) to keep it's strength but remaining very light weight. Molding is aircraft is expensive but provides a true airframe and nice fitting parts. we are offering this product as aircraft only $64.99 or in a brushless combo for only $169.99

Under design for 1.5 years is the exclusive importer of this product as well as as the complete line of Windrider products. The parent company of Windrider is the famous Lup Shun Metal & Plastic Ware Factory in HK. They manufacture Foam and plastic toys for distribution all over the world and are thus well equipped to produce cool new concepts in high volume.

Originally launched in 1978 as Whitney's Glider Supply Cliff Whitneys is known for world-class service and southern hospitality. With a passion for aviation Cliff and have seen a need for better service and better products in the hobby and recreational aviation business.

Please don't hesitate to click, call or come by if you are interested in offering our profitable products to your customers.
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