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Show "N" Tell March 3,  2008

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

       Harold Zimmerman built this tremendous Tiger Moth Biplane.  Harold added all kinds of detail to the plane including working doors with hinges, instruments with glass crystals, gas gauge on the fuel tank, air speed indicator on the wing strut, hubcaps with the logo on them and you could go on and on with all the modifications.

 

       We have such talented builders in our club.  Last month it was Ed Splittgerber with his beautiful HU-16e Albatross and this month it's Harold.  Click here to see Ed's Albatross

 

       Harold's plane is a Proctor kit with an 88 inch wing and 50cc engine.

       Steve Jordan's 58" Gilmore B&H Model with 46 engine.

       Over-all view of the show N" planes for March.

       DuWayne Schelzer's Curtis P6E Hawk 72" wing 180 Saito engine.

       Harold Zimmerman's featured Tiger Moth showing color on the rear fin.

       Harold Zimmerman's featured Tiger Moth.

       DuWayne Schelzer's 84" Gilmore B&H Models 50cc engine.

       Ed Splittgerber's 84" Space Walker.  Sig kit with 120 Saito engine.

       DuWayne Schelzer's 84" Gilmore B&H Models 50cc engine.

       John Ord showed his impressive 160 kv electric motor that is equivalent to a 65cc gas engine and 110 amp Castle Creations ESC.  He will use it with a 5000 mah battery.

       DuWayne Schelzer's Curtis P6E Hawk "Great Planes kit"

 

 

       Harold's highly detailed Tiger Moth.

       Here's a view of the cockpit and instruments and the pilot wearing his scarf.

       This is a not to clear view of the fuel gauge on top of the fuel tank.

       Here is another view of the cockpit.

       This picture shows the scale tail skid that Harold made.

       Dean Dingman shows the prize for the Dawn Patrol drawing.

       President Larry Puls presents SE 5a plane to contest winner Steve Jordon.

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The Cobras R/C Club is made up of a friendly and helpful group of people.  We have a large grass field that is well maintained and is large enough to take off and land either North/South or East/West.  Not only that but there is nothing to run into when you are flying.  Itís all level open ground.  We have a map to the field so that you will be able to find your way.  The Cobras Field is on the west side of I-29 South of the Bellevue exit.  All but the last couple of miles or so are hard surface roads.  We also have posted on the Field the emergency number to give to the 911 operator so that the emergency unit can quickly find the Field.  That number is 54802. It could be very important if someone had a heart attack or other serious problem.  Be sure to come out to the Field and enjoy the food, flying and camaraderie. If you would like to show everyone your newest creation, that took so much work to build, then bring it to the Cobras Meeting for show and tell. The meetings are the first Wednesday of the month.  In January we combine the meeting with dinner at the Holliday Party.  If you wish to join the Cobras download an application form.

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