Swift (oz7567)


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Swift. Control line team racer model, for 2.5cc power.

Quote: "Hi Steve & Mary, I have a couple of Hearns Hobbies kit plans that I am repairing so Office Works will scan them for me, they are a bit fussy about what they put though their flash machines. Here is the Swift 'A' Class Team Racer. Hearns' Hobbies have been a major player on the Australian modelling scene, (mainly in Victoria), for over 60 years, still going strong. Their main outlet is still in Flinders St. Melbourne, near were it started in the late 1940s. Their kit production was mainly in the 50s and 60s. (as far as I can remember). I am fortunately (or unfortunately now), old enough to have known the Hearn brothers, particularly Keith, we flew C/L together in the 50s and 60s, and later R/C. After Keith passed away in the early 80s, the family sold out of the business, but it still carries their name ...Cheers, KraftyOne."

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  • (oz7567)
    from Hearns Hobbies
    24in span
    IC C/L Kit
    clean :)
    formers unchecked
  • Submitted: 21/03/2016
    Filesize: 1405KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: KraftyOne
    Downloads: 1008

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