I gave everything to the younger brothers of one of my classmates during my sophomore year of college. 20 years later I asked if they remembered anything about flying them and they said "Huh?"I was lucky to have both well stocked at Tiny Tim's Hobby Shop in Michigan back in the late 60s. I had my favorites from both of them, but I think Centuri had "edgier" designs from what I remember. Unfortunately I told my parents they could get rid of them when they moved from my childhood home.
Which reminds me, I should probably finish that FSI Black Brant I started in '76.so I insisted my grandmother get me that for Christmas 1969. (I finally got up the nerve to build it in summer 1994).
Maybe you should have called it "Blondie."It was like Eastwood, it had no name, so I called it the Logix Explorer.
Is that an MPC ceramic blast deflector on the camera tripod? I had one, but I dropped it and it shattered.
Centuri, because that was the starter set I received as a birthday gift when I was 11 years old. Screaming Eagle was the rocket. The launch pad sat on top of a "lantern battery" as the base.
I am not sure, that one is not mine. I suspect it might be one of these, if the originals were prone to breakage an original vintage might not have survived that long.Is that an MPC ceramic blast deflector on the camera tripod? I had one, but I dropped it and it shattered.