In another thread we got onto a discussion about some of the earlier rockets that tried to launch and land in much the same manner as the Falcon for SpaceX. One of those rockets was the DC-X (DC-Y) and I remembered I had an old 'kit' of that model that I had never put together. After I pulled it out, I realized it was a Quest kit, but it was not the kit as posted over at Ye Old Rocket Plans (http://www.oldrocketplans.com/quest/que3004/que3004.htm). This is much smaller. I seem to remember that this was a promotional item, never intended to fly (hence the lack of an engine mount or recovery system). I also seem to remember, rocketeers being who they are, promptly sticking in a motor mount and recovery system and launching them. I've attached a scan of the shroud and base (that's all I have left of the sheet) as a pdf file, as well as a picture of the remaining parts (body tube, nose cone, and very tiny straws for landing gear legs). The body tube is slightly larger in diameter than the Estes BT-20 - not sure if that is a standard Quest size tube or not. If anyone remembers any more about this kit - please chime in. Especially if you built one and can tell us how it flew.