Model Rockets made by Klima Germany

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  1. Aug 28, 2016 #31

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    It would be cool to see this company come out with a few quality scale kits. Speaking of which, is there not a European model rocket company that makes nice scale kits?
     
  2. Dec 26, 2016 #32

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    The wife found out that Apogee was selling them. I got an EXA under my tree!
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  3. Dec 26, 2016 #33

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    Please do a build thread on this one.
     
  4. Dec 26, 2016 #34

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    That is a cool design. Looks like the body is curved. Is it molded plastic?
     
  5. Dec 26, 2016 #35

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    The whole thing is, fins included ( w/ a foam core )
     
  6. Dec 26, 2016 #36

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    Interesting. I've often wondered why there aren't many models made that way. It seems like there would be a certain market for it.
     
  7. Dec 26, 2016 #37

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    As you likely know, MPC did that with the Titan and Soyuz rockets from the 1970s. Could be built for display or flight.

    The recent re-release of these models includes some mystery plastic parts for the flying versions, but none of the other parts needed. Easily converted to a flying model with a few things from the spare parts boxes.
     

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