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  1. #1
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    Saturn V Kits availability

    What manufacturers have flyable Saturn V kits available?

    So far as I know, there are

    Dr. Zooch
    Estes
    Apogee
    Sirius

    I can't find the Peter Alway version. Google search indicates these were available from BMS but they do not show up on their website.
    Sheri's / Red Arrow is gone.
    Polecat has no stock and their web site indicates they do not know when more inventory will be available.
    And of course the Centuri & Cox versions have not been around for decades......
    And Steve Eves never came out with a kit version of his

    Any others out there that I missed???

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    Is Polecat still selling kits?

    https://www.polecat-aerospace.com/ca...&product_id=22

    Mark
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    Boyce Aerospace does a small 3D printed Saturn V and Saturn IB
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    Quote Originally Posted by mccordmw View Post
    it looks like some of their popular kits are out of stock?
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    Does anyone have some shots of the Polecat Saturn? The description they give on their site is quite vague and shows nothing about any features. Rather dismal description for $800.00 worth of cardboard and fiberglass. I'd expect to see much more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steven View Post
    Does anyone have some shots of the Polecat Saturn? The description they give on their site is quite vague and shows nothing about any features. Rather dismal description for $800.00 worth of cardboard and fiberglass. I'd expect to see much more.


    This might be a build thread?

    http://sojourner.me/?page_id=43
    Mark
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    Quote Originally Posted by mccordmw View Post


    This might be a build thread?

    http://sojourner.me/?page_id=43
    Thanks, I appreciate that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steven View Post
    Does anyone have some shots of the Polecat Saturn? The description they give on their site is quite vague and shows nothing about any features. Rather dismal description for $800.00 worth of cardboard and fiberglass. I'd expect to see much more.
    What, already thinking about your next?
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    I'm hoping someone figures out a way to convert the Lego Saturn V into a flyable model. I won't hold my breath.
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    "He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster, and if you look long into an abyss, the abyss also looks into you." - Friedrich Nietzsche

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    Quote Originally Posted by DRAGON64 View Post
    If you want to be really scale accurate use long burning motors on the outside & a fast burning one in the middle... On the real Saturn V they cut out the center F1 ~30 seconds early to reduce flight stress - at that point the rocket was basically an empty shell, so its TWR was a bit excessive.

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