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1 Couple Items For Sale on 1/9/2017, 12:01 pm

teeceeveecee

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Hi Guys:

I have two SIG kits and a Saito FA 45 that did not sell at the swap meet yesterday. Figured I would list them here before going to RCG.

The kits are both NIB and complete. The Cub is the 1/6 scale which is where I intended to use the FA 45, but as you all know the MD in my left eye is having deleterious impact on my flying, never was any good maybe worse now days.

Anyway if interested-  608 868 2411 email tomgin1@msn.com or here .

Are The Chinese the only kit builders anymore ?

I will take $80.00 for the Astro Hog

I will take $75.00 for the Cub

I will take $70.00 for the FA 45, see/hear it run here

Tom



















2 Re: Couple Items For Sale on 1/10/2017, 8:14 am

sblock

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Tom

Sorry to hear your vision is getting worse Hopefully you can still enjoy the hobby. Sad Sad


3 Re: Couple Items For Sale on 1/10/2017, 9:09 am

rprager

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We sure enjoy your company. Smile Smile Smile

4 Thanks So Much on 1/10/2017, 10:32 am

teeceeveecee

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Thanks so much guys. You can't imagine the gratification of having such great friends means to me.

The vision in my left eye is the problem, I have always had some depth perception problems but the last two years it has become more of a problem. I have 20/25 in my right eye and approximately 20/50 in my left which will at times and lighting give me a double vision image. cyclops cyclops cyclops

If I keep the planes in a little closer I can do pretty well. Hell I like to build so crashes affraid affraid affraid  won't drive me out of the hobby. cheers cheers cheers

I will probably stick pretty much to my Slowpokes and a couple of Steven Aero electrics.

Thanks again my friends !!!! Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

Tom

5 Re: Couple Items For Sale on 1/10/2017, 11:41 am

rprager

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Nothing wrong with keeping them close Tom. Good way to do it. Smile Smile Smile

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