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Applied the first coat of Tennessee Red on three RC planes this morning. The new spray gun worked great !! I’ll post more pictures when they’re completed.
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Craig Abrahamson said on June 30, 2017
My Eyes…My Eyes…(squinting) – You’re certainly not gonna lose sight of THAT up in the sky, ARE ya…??!! 🙂 🙂
Phil Steele said on June 30, 2017
It’s a nice color. When finished there will be white sunburst strips on the top of the wings with white flashes on the fuselage. Thanks Craig !!
Jaime Carreon said on June 30, 2017
Is that a Sig Astro Hawg? Lovely old airplane, mine is 22 years old and still flyable with a K&B 61 up front….
You’re right Jaime. They seem to be popular. I don’t know what will be used for power when they’re finally finished and flying. Glad you like it. !!
Louis Gardner said on July 2, 2017
Very cool Phil !!!!
I also occasionally tinker with scratch building electric RC planes. Hanging from the garage wall I have a scratch built WW1 Curtiss Jenny with an 88 inch wingspan. It’s powered by an E-flight out runner 46. I still have to finish it up. In the small build pile of RC planes I have a 44 inch Sig “Smith Mini Plane” biplane to build, and a Dare Curtiss Jenny as well. I didn’t know that there were RC flyers here too………….
Thanks for sharing this………….
Phil Steele said on July 3, 2017
Good stuff Louis, interesting subjects. I don’t fly RC, but have friends that do, and they occasionally employ my painting skills. I’ve done eight or so for the lads, over the years.
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