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Post  agbiv on Sat Aug 19, 2017 3:44 pm

I am returning a little Cox Sopwith Camel (blue & yellow) to flying condition so my boyz can learn to fly like I did at their age. I need a piece of fuel line and the rubber tires for this little beast. You can contact me via text or call 210-416-9975. RC Plane
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Post  agbiv on Mon Aug 21, 2017 7:59 pm

Thanks Roddie--I searched Home depot for the O-rings and found some just a little too thin for my liking...but will use them and store away originals. I'll hit an honest to goodness country hardware store for thicker ones. Motor cleaned and lubed, rebuilt to an extent. Plane cleaned up too. I'll install lead out strings, set up the control lines and swivels and take her out tomorrow! Maybe will have a video or pics to post. Waiting for Ex Models to get the replacement decals in stock. Very Happy
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