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Post  rsv1cox Wed Jan 04, 2023 11:56 am

In another thread, Robert mentioned the Kaos.  I remember it well and always wanted one.  Looked it up on ebay with the intention of buying one.  Oh, oh.  A little too dear for me, but maybe someone else.  Seller has some very nice vintage kits, but he's not giving them away.

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Post  rdw777 Wed Jan 04, 2023 12:58 pm

Yes Sir Bob, That’s it Very Happy ….. Except mine was a kit sold thru Tower…. Our club used to host some pattern events and we had several fun flies as well …. One of my favorites events was a gentleman that had a Sig Señorita and would carry up a roll of toilet paper with paper clips attached at the end…. Up several hundred feet and release it and 10 or so planes trying to get it…. Way harder than it looks…

The Kaos was a very slick plane and a little head wind was actually good to help it land or it would glide forever…. Very popular for pattern….Mine was blue fuse, White wings with red spikes…. I think there’s several versions of it on OZ down to 1/2A…
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