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That's John Kusturin and Rod Schneider at the 14th Ave. field.
Photo by: Alain Pierre Hovasse
And Alex Lee ready to take up the big Beaver.
Photo by: Alain Pierre Hovasse
Alain P Hovasse's Lanzo Bomber at the 14th Ave. field, January 1, 2003. Being expertly flown by John Kusturin.
Photo by: Alain P Hovasse
Roy Bourke's 1925 Messerschmitt M-17. This is a model of the first aircraft that Messerschmitt designed that went into production, two-place, designed for small (25-40HP) engines Model was built for the new 1/2A Electric Texaco Scale Duration class in SAM competition.
Power: Speed 400 ,3:1 gear
Cells: 7 x 500AR
Wing Area: 404 sq.in.
Weight: 19.25 oz.
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Some water flying at the Pike's cottage last summer. The planes belong to Marc Thomson and Robert Pike. From left to right: Marc Thomson, Robert Pike, John Bell, Scott Black
Photo by: Louis Dionne
The two electric water bombers ready to take to the sky.
Photo by: Louis Dionne
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