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Thursday, October 09, 2008

Phillip is currently working hard to get the H1 ready for Saturday. I have given Phillip all the moral support that I can to help to get this baby of the drawing board . The paint finish on this model is really good.

But I would really like to see this one flying as well. Tonight the servos and linkages will be fitted. Now that is what I call cutting it fine .Once again well done Phillip!!!.

PS ( the blue on the wing is defiantly related to some support for the bulls --- and the orange, white and blue Glen’s Impala ? --something to do with the Cheetahs ?


Glen said...

Nee Boet - those are the colours of the old South African Air Force Silver Falcons aerobatic team - got nothing to do with that game of rugby. If I was a supporter, the plane would have been in black, grey and white!!

Evan Shaw said...

Hey Geln, which team has those kak colours?

Glen said...

Evan, this years Currie Cup champions!