My Gas scales

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KenOlson

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First one is my 65 Bardahl. All carbon 30.5cc Gizmo powered. 2nd is my 1959 Nitrogen also all carbon 30.5cc. 3rd is my 68 Smirnoff, all wood construction. The Smirnoff is one of the first Gas Scale hulls built when the class was first conceived. Big heavy tank.
 

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Gary Parker

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Nice boats Ken - I really admire what you scale guys can do. A friend of mine builds intricate operating scale models of World War 1 planes which are so realistic that he has started adding hidden linkages to the arms, legs and head of his scale pilots. When the plane is flown by rc operation the pilot appears to move the stick and pedals controlling the throttle, flaps and ailerons as his head moves in the direction of travel.
 

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