Corgi Model Aircraft

Discussion in 'The Fleet Air Arm' started by ex_Yeo, Sep 13, 2009.

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  1. I notice in this months Corgi mag that they now have an FAA range:

    Sea King HU5
    SHAR FRS1 (801)
    Wessex - 845
    Lynx Mk8 - Manchester flt
    Hurricane 1B (Arbroath & St Merryn)
    Sopwith Camel B6299 - No 10 Sqdn RNAS

    More detail from the Corgi website I expect.

    Ian
     
  2. Try this Beauty 8) http://usera.ImageCave.com/scouse/Buccaneer(1).jpg
    RC flying jet model of a MK2 Bucaneer. it is powered by a Jetcat 120 turbine giving 27lbs thrust using a bifurbicated pipe. Has working brakes gear doors undercarrige and flaps. Has 3 tanks which will give approx 8mins of flying time using jet A1 or parrafin mixed with 5% turbine oil.
     
  3. Still impossible to find a junglie sea king tho!!!
     
  4. Cheers for that shipmate,monday morning i will be first in the ferkin queue at the model shop, :wink:

    ps should i wear me anorak just to fit in or what, :D
     
  5. You'll be after the Sopwith Camel then shipmate? :wink:
     
  6. More like Orvil wrights first flight thingy majig :D
     
  7. But you can have the Junglie Wessex. They were just as good as the Junglie Sea King :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
     
  8. See you at the model shop early tomorrow morning scouse, :D
     
  9. What no Wasp :roll: :roll:
     
  10. If you get in early enough you can also have some free aircrew with the helos, complete with sun loungers, sun cream, hair gel and special 4 on, 20 off watchbill. :)
     
  11. I have 4 westland wessex models, went to get a merlin and sea king, and they went like in a flash.
     
  12. PMSL Did the Corgi people forget the Ray-Bans :lol: :lol: :lol:
     
  13. No, it was me who forgot to add them and anyway, I thought it would've been 'Foster Grants' Scouse. :lol:
     

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