Smart as paint you are.
I've got $6,500 in my 1/9th scale B-17G. Built it from plans and cut all my wood.
It's probably not even a giant scale aircraft. No retracts of any kind and probably a simple four channel get up. I don't see what he spent...
Yup, you NEVER put your face in line of a spinning prop. They DO shred if you failed to check for cracks.
The Starbucks I've been haunting in Covington has allowed me an advantage by bringing my Saturn V there to work on. I don't know what the price of...
Whatever floats my boat.
I've turned rockets into pumpkins.
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I've got several of these issues and not a crazy one among them. Now if you put the likes of a Kardashian or Cyrus on them, THAT would be crazy.
Alright, and what about the rockets Goddard was was flinging into the sky? None of them were 'models' but designed and built into successively...
So what it boils down to is the sanctioning body such as the AMA, NAR VS the FAA.
Then there are the drones used for civilian use and military use. Are they called models or the 'real' thing?
Models, especially flying models have specific application and intent. They are designed and engineered to duplicate flying attributes of their...
Neither is a flying model. So the point is moot as to whether something is static and/or flying. It doesn't define the difference between a model...
However, aircraft on display in museums are static too.
I agree. There's still the question that remains regarding what defines the difference to call one one thing and the other something else. I think...
Yet many a model has been built for movie effects. Aircraft restoration can be done for the 'fun of it' as well.
There are some monstrous model rockets and RC aircraft that just seems silly to call them 'models' anymore. Where is that dividing line?
Got it. Thanks.
So I don't get the high price to begin with. Just start at a reasonable price. It certainly chases me away and I'll bet others too.
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