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Post  ian1954 Mon Jul 15, 2013 2:02 pm

I came across this the other day. A lot of these kits I built when they were stocked in model shops. Pocket money buys!

http://www.vintagemodelcompany.com/category/control-line/

Keil Kraft, Veron, Mercury and Frog! Those were the days.

The kits look expensive and the plans are quite cheap. The plans, however, don't look complete. They look like they were "as supplied" with a kit.

Nevertheless, I am tempted!

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Post  andrew Mon Jul 15, 2013 2:30 pm

For those of us in this side of the pond, Penn Valley Hobby Center still stocks many of the older kits, building supplies and accessories.

Penn Valley Hobby Center
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Post  Ken Cook Mon Jul 15, 2013 5:44 pm

Unfortunately, Penn Valley has been liquidating much of their stock. Both of the owners have decided that it's time to retire. Some items can be found but much of it has already been sold at quite a discounted price. Penn Valley is the hobby shop I used for the past 35 years. It's the last of the true hobby shops in the area and I'm not looking forward to the last day. Ken
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Post  dckrsn Mon Jul 15, 2013 6:04 pm

Just ordered a TeeDee .049 crankcase from Bill and Jean.
Where else are you going to find something like that?
I'll surely miss them.
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