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Cox engines at the Portland Fireballs 4th of July picnic.

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Cox engines at the Portland Fireballs 4th of July picnic.

Post  batjac on Sun Jul 09, 2017 6:56 pm

Sorry, I meant to post these before, but I’ve been under the weather.  There were a few Cox powered models at the picnic, so I thought I’d post the pictures.  I didn’t ask who they belonged to, so you’ll just have to ooh and ahh over the anonymous models.

There was a Tee Dee powered Combat Kitten that got a few flights:




A well-used Baby Flite Streak powered by a horseshoe engine that I saw fly a couple of times.  I may have to cover a brand new plane like this to make it seem like an old campaigner:




A Tee Dee powered Baby Clown that I didn’t see fly (I got there late):




A product engine powered Morane Saulnier.  The owner said it was a Blackhawk model, but I don’t remember that one being sold by Blackhawk:





And a $1.00 garage sale find Spitfire with a Babe Bee engine that flew a couple of times.





Something that also amused me was this Cox glow started battery box used for starting a K&B .40 Stallion in a Boxcar Chief:




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Post  Ken Cook on Sun Jul 09, 2017 8:03 pm

Mark, I truly enjoy the way you always finish your posts. Ken
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Post  batjac on Tue Jul 11, 2017 12:13 am

Ken Cook wrote:               Mark, I truly enjoy the way you always finish your posts. Ken

Thank You Very Much.

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Post  Kim on Tue Jul 11, 2017 8:59 am

Truly Great Posts Humble Mark !!!!!!
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Post  andrew on Tue Jul 11, 2017 4:10 pm

Wondering which "Mark" is going to sign the post is sometimes the most intriguing part of the thread!!
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