Berballa 2000 (oz5297)
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Berballa 2000. Radio control sport model.
Quote: "Steve, a recent post of the Little Hawk (oz5282) reminded me of this very similar plane, the Berballa 2000. This was sold briefly here in the US by Hobby Lobby in the late '70's. It was a very inexpensive kit at the time. I set mine up with a Super Tiger .23 and 4 channels. The first flight ended when I spun into the dirt and the second flight ended quickly when a tree the edge of the field jumped out and ate it. Not my most successful early RC effort."
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User commentsHi, Here is a photo of my Berballa 2000. An easy build and conversion to electric [main pic]. Some home made laser cut ribs and a 3D printed formers for fun. Flies nicely too. Thanks again for enabling me to rebuild something from the 70's. Regards,
Jono - 21/09/2020
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