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Post  pete Wed Aug 10, 2022 8:16 pm

hi ,im new here ,i first flew my kiel kraft hurrican in the early 1970s ,at that time i couldnt afford the boxed hurrican ,so first i bought the testors mc coy 0.49 engine,then i bought every spare part of the plastic body ,it took me a while but i did get it all,i spent many days flying and crashing it while learning to master control line flying ,sometimes i was lucky enough to rope in a helper to hold on to the plane while i held the lines,many times i was alone and spinning round and round like a loony letting out lines while trying to keep the hurrican in the air ! i still have that hurrican today ,but time and crashes have taken there toll ,so ive got it out to start a re build that ive put off for some years,i was lucky enough to visit Amarang in sussex who took over kiel kraft,met a man there that had many happy memorys of the plane and said if i would be happy to wait around he would see if they had any spare parts left in stock,i returned a couple of hours later to a box of new very old and dusty old stock,unfortunely the main part i needed was the tank/engine mount,be he didnt have one,so he gave me the later cox engine/tank unit,new decals,cockpit,guns,tail plane,elevator,amd other bits and bobs,when i asked how much money i owed him ,he said theres no charge,just hope these parts help,the cox unit was from a later model so didnt fit,so im still searching for the tank/engine mount to get the plane flying or displaying !any body out there can help me finding one?i have other plastic control models,but the hurrican is the one i had the most fun with ,regards pete
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