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Cape Byron

The BAR formerly known as Skippy-2
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Found this little one in a box of kit builds and scratch builds yesterday.

While I'd like to think it's a scratch build, I've spent all day thinking about it and I'm still unsure. It has some of the details I was playing with in ~ 2006, but that doesn't mean it isn't a kitbash.

BT-55 tube 8 3/4" long. OAL 14", balsa cone, flush rear centering ring, single launch lug, 1/8" balsa fins - papered dual 13mm cluster, baffle and Kevlar shock cord. Bad paint job.

Any thoughts? If it's an original it's a kit later this year. 😁

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K'Tesh

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I'm no help here... Good Luck in IDing it.
 

BEC

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It might be a good idea to pose this question on Ye Old Rocket Forum (oldrocketforum.com). A few folks with LOTS of history in their heads spend their time there rather than here.

A two-motor 13mm cluster design is certainly uncommon.....
 
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