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Post  AUjack2003 on Mon Jul 20, 2015 3:33 am

It has been a bad day today for cox24711 (Greg) as his boomerang 40 crashed from unknown reciver problems. His plane came down from a very steep angle and was smashed into a billion pieces (not really). It was a crushing blow as his last boomerang crashed from fuel and electrical fire. But it is great to see that he has got a new 60 size plane and is going to call it Biggles MKIII
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