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Post  Admin Mon Dec 05, 2022 1:09 pm

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We have another gem pulled from the cache of catalogs, manuals and more contributed by Dennis (ama353). Cox Dealer Product and Parts List from 1972.

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You can find this parts list on the Instruction Sheets page.   Snowman  Lighting The Tree

If you have manuals, decal/sticker sheets, parts forms, or other documents for engines, models or other products from Cox or other manufacturers, we'd be happy to add them to the database. You can contact me by PM or email (address shown on the Instruction Sheets page). Good quality scans, photos, or physical documents by mail accepted!

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Post  GallopingGhostler Mon Dec 05, 2022 4:47 pm

Thanks, Jacob. I find this listing interesting as it shows that by 1972 (high school graduation year), Cox has revised its RTF aircraft offerings. Changes I see differ from the 1967 catalog:

  1. Corsair II (At first I thought this may be the A7D jet, but instead appears to be a manufacturing revision to the original Corsair, photo below.)
  2. Acro Cub (revised L-4 Grasshopper)
  3. P-40 Warhawk
  4. PT-19 Trainer (airplane only and w/accessories)
  5. JU87D Stuka (airplane only and w/accessories)
  6. Corsair F2G-1 (version w/accessories only)
  7. P-51 Mustang (version w/accessories only)
  8. Rivets (.049, new)
  9. P-51 Miss America (.049, redecorated P-51, new)
  10. Sopwith Camel (.020 Pee Wee, new)
  11. Fokker D-7 (.020 Pee Wee, new)
  12. Pitts Special (.020 Pee Wee, new)
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Gone are the Supermarine Spitfire, AD-6 Skyraider, and QZ Trainer. The Piper L-4 Grasshopper has given way to a redecorated and re-designated Acro Cub. Added are the .020 Pitts Special, Fokker D-7, Sopwith Camel and .049 Rivets.
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From http://webdebris.com/70s/2012/05/cox-gas-powered-toys/

And, given the required minimum quantities to be ordered, Babe Bee & .020 Pee Wee remain the most popular followed by the Golden Bee and QZ. Also popular are the exhaust throttle ring Pee Wee and Golden Bee. The rest, Tee Dee's and Medallions are not as popular and can be ordered in quantities of 1, to include the throttled versions of the Medallions, which I believe were the exhaust throttle ring versions.
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