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Post  Marleysky Sun Jan 31, 2021 12:20 pm

Non-Cox model with TD-49 power, no throttle.   Fiberglass fuse with elevator and aileron control  Would that make it a Pylon Racer? 48” wingspan.   Closest I can  find was a kit called “Cheap Thrills” on a Internet search.  

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Post  OVERLORD Sun Jan 31, 2021 12:48 pm

This one looks like it but it's for .15 power. It's a Reno racer called Sumthin Else.

edit: you're right. The Cheap Thrills is a 1/2A version of the same plane.

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