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PostPosted: Fri Apr 13, 2007 9:28 am 
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i think they forgot the glue tabs on that one plane....lol :lol: :lol:

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Hm...

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Photoshop. Cute, appropriate to personality, but cats prefer to shred peripherals and cables vice the internals.

Retractable claws have a hard time opening cases.

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I love cats ...i have 4 of my own....but that one would never come home with me....lol :lol: :lol: :lol:

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I fully, understand you, possm_23 :lol:


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That looks like something my cats would do. They can open doors and cabinets but not computer cases. Not yet anyway! :lol:


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Somebody that does not know this plane? :) :D :lol:

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I'm not sure, but if I remember correctly, it flew better in the first position.

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according to J doolittle that plane was not safe at any speed ( or was that the corvair)


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I take it that you guys never saw Dellmar Benjamin fly the replica! Incredable plane and pilot. Most impressive was the knife edge climb out after a knife edge pass the length of the runway! Aircraft now at 'Fantasy of Flight' museum in Florida. Maybe or maybe not retired.
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missed that, brave and capable pilot and well contructed replica to do that
watch out for those gascaps, though


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FredZ KSAC wrote:
I take it that you guys never saw Dellmar Benjamin fly the replica! Incredable plane and pilot. Most impressive was the knife edge climb out after a knife edge pass the length of the runway! Aircraft now at 'Fantasy of Flight' museum in Florida. Maybe or maybe not retired.
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ACcording to Kermit Weeks, it is still flyable...

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If it's an exact replica of the original, it never was flyable.

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murphyaa wrote:
If it's an exact replica of the original, it never was flyable.


Yeah, you didn't fly either Model R, you survived it. Or not, as the case may have been... lol

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Headstand?!? :shock:

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