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Post  Dave P. on Mon Jul 31, 2017 1:21 pm

Sometime in 1977, Christmas I think, I received a Cox Danforth Flying Machine two-line aerobatic kite as a gift.  It was made of bright orange rip-stop nylon and wooden dowels and it was equipped with a pair of Cox control line handles.  I've never seen another and I've never been able to find even a mention of it online anywhere.  Someone please tell me I didn't make this thing up and it truly did exist.  I'd also be interested in buying one if someone has one they'd part with.  

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