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  1. #1
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    1st June 2011
    Brunswick, Ohio

    Wee Goblin

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    The Leading Edge Rocketry MMX Goblin is finished! Got 'er done a few weeks ago. The only thing these kits don't include is decals (probably so LE didn't get sued), but I already had a vector redraw of the Goblin decals so they were easy to downscale and print.

    The other pic is a shot of the little one next to the nosecone that will soon be a 3" Goblin upscale. Yes, I know I have a Goblin problem.

    I will say that since getting into the MMX realm, I'm having a lot of fun. I've bought several FlisKit kits as well a s a bunch of components to do more of these downscale clones.

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    Wow. Some nimble fingers there!

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    19th January 2009
    Washington D.C.
    Yeah Have to agree the Goblin has to be one of my all time favorite Rockets from the "Golden Age" weather it's the original BT-55 size, Bt-101 5-D12 cluster Up-Scale or 3x T4 body downscale Micro Maxx Powered beauty.

    After my first Goblin back in the very early 70's I've always gone with an Orange & Black "Halloween paint scheme" rather then Yellow but that's just me.
    Hope you have as much fun flying you're various size Goblins has I have over the years.
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