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For Sale Engines / YS 61R
« Last post by patternpilot1 on January 19, 2015, 11:40:47 AM »

Got this on a trade.. Good compression. looks good inside thru exhaust port, smooth turning.. Does have a rub mark on cylinder head (cosmetic - cowl rub)
 $ 135.00 plus S&H lower 48
 Can take paypal and ship this week.
For Sale Engines / Re: NovaRossi Pipes NIB
« Last post by patternpilot1 on January 19, 2015, 11:37:59 AM »
For Sale Planes / Re: Supra Retract
« Last post by patternpilot1 on January 19, 2015, 11:36:34 AM »
For Sale Planes / Price reduced - Calypso
« Last post by patternpilot1 on January 19, 2015, 11:36:15 AM »

NIB - Model Tech / World Model Calypso by Hanno Prettner.

WS 64 inches,

Everything in kit. Replace old yellow canopy with clear , and new fiberglass cowl as other was cracked

PRICE REDUCED $285.00 plus shipping

paypal accepted.

Classic Pattern Association / Re: Video I have been searching for sense 1974
« Last post by larry b on January 04, 2015, 12:51:46 PM »
I love that video! I just joined the CPA, I'm looking forward to building a old style pattern plane and getting back into some of the old school flying.
  I attached a photo of me and my old Trouble Maker, I guess the Kraft Radio hat may give away the time frame!
Larry B :)
Classic Pattern Association / Video I have been searching for sense 1974
« Last post by dvictoria on January 01, 2015, 09:03:48 AM »
Check out this video.  It brought back some memories of a classmate  " Paul Semiska"  that flew a KAOS and Jersey Jim Martin Banshee like the planes in the video.  I went to Avaition High school and graduated in 1974.  We had a radio control club in the school headed by Mr Wizbecki who flew control line and was a great flyer.  We also had another class mate named Rudy Polie who flew just as well rc pattern planes at white-stone bridge in NYC.  I dont remember the club's name he flew with.  Any way we lost Paul the summer of 1972 while he was on summer vacation.  He was an excellent swimmer and he was saving his cousin by holding him up so his grandmother could grab him.  Pauls foot was caught on the bottom and he drowned saving his cousin.  I believe he would have been world champ had he survived.  Any way he had so many trophys from pattern contest.  Check out the video. 
Classic Pattern Association / Follow us on FACEBOOK !
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Classic Pattern Association / 2015 CPA West Coast Event Schedule
« Last post by Vertigo II on December 20, 2014, 01:04:28 AM »
Greetings Gentlemen,
It's about time to tack a new calendar up on the wall. 2014 saw a lot of great action and growth out west, and 2015 is poised to be even bigger. This year we have 3 combined Classic/AMA contests, and 6 stand-alone classic only events. The 2015 season starts in about a month at Prado. See y'all there!

Robert Fish
West Coast Regional Director
Classic Pattern Association


Saturday, January 24th, (One Day) Classic Pattern Fly-In, Pomona Valley, Ca. (Prado Field), CD Cal Orr

Sunday, February 8th, (One Day) AVTI Winter Classic Pattern Contest, Lancaster, CA. CD Tony Frackowiak Note: Saturday the 7th is AMA/FAI Pattern

April 18/19, Arvinís Wild West Showdown (Combined AMA/Classic) CD Leon Robison

Saturday, June 6th, (One Day) Classic Pattern Get-Together, Perris Field, CD Robert Fish

June 13/14, Combined AMA/Classic Contest, Oakdale, Ca, CD Jon Carter/Dale Olstinske
Saturday, July 11th, (one Day) AVTI Summer Heat Classic Contest, Lancaster, Ca. CD Robert Fish

September 12/13, Combined AMA/Classic Contest, Hollister, Ca. CD Jon Carter
Sunday, October 4th, Classic Pattern Contest, Pomona Valley, Ca. (Prado Field), CD Cal Orr/Robert Fish Note: Saturday the 3rd is AMA/FAI Pattern

November 7/8, CPA West Coast Regional Championships, Lancaster, Ca. CD Tony Frackowiak
Vendors / Balsa Supplier
« Last post by MichaelKnit on December 18, 2014, 05:48:23 AM »
Does anyone know of a supplier that has the cloth covered wire like is in my 6v 52 Cambridge? 90 of all the wiring looks and works fine.
Builders Corner / Build Threads / Vertigo II build thread
« Last post by MichaelKnit on December 17, 2014, 07:52:30 PM »
That is some good info there. . .  I know my "Zbuild" is in a holding pattern for another month anyway. I also see on some builds has page after page of BS that has nothing to do with the build. I mean love the comments about my work. But just good Ol BS is another. In my Zbuild thread, I want show how my K5 evolved and showing what it took to do it.
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