Barons Buggy (oz10720)
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Sig Baron's Buggy. Radio control sport biplane model.
Quote: "Join the Aces - build the BARON'S BUGGY! SIG's new WWI semi-scale biplane single cahannel RC sport model. Here's your chance to get in the fun of flying in that wonderful world of old fighting crates of the Spad and Fokker era - with the Baron's Buggy, a sturdy Little 34 in span lightweight designed for quick building and easy flying in the hands of the average R/C sport flyer. Suitable for all .049 to .09 engines, it's fully aerobatic and has excellent penetration for windy weather flying. Kit features include top-grade die-cut Sig balsa, die-cut plywood ports, formed landing gear, 2 well-detailed plans (with twin Spandau machine gun drawings), authentic full-color decals and hardware. Your local hobby dealer has this hot one in stock now - and the price is a low, low $12.95."
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Scan of SIG ad from October 1968 MAN announcing their new Baron's Buggy kit, is thanks to RFJ.
Note SIG developed this design later, as the Aerobipe (oz4092).
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User commentsEssentially the same as the Sig Aerobipe, just an earlier version. Sig still sells this decal set, I see them frequently at my local hobby shop https://sigmfg.com/collections/decals/products/sig-german-crosses-decal.
dfritzke - 19/12/2018
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