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Bill your upside down , this brings a new meaning to flying inverted. I was surprised at how well they do fly when Dan Banjock pulled his out. It took him nearly 40 years to find enough pieces through swap meet finds, but he managed to build one in it's entirety. It was impressive and he didn't hesitate to fly it like it was meant to be.
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Nice catch ! You going to fly that bad boy? If not i understand but would bee cool !!
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