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Kroto. Control line stunt model for .29 to .35 power.
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User commentsPhoto of completed Kroto model was found online at http://www.rcmodelistas.es/foro/historia-del-rcmodelismo/aquellos-maravillosos-anos-t62-150.html
SteveWMD - 14/12/2017
Hi Mary and Steve. I am surprised by the following: A few weeks ago I found the plan of the KROTO, very damaged and it had lost the text. I asked our common friend Jesus Abellan to send me his text, with the idea of integrating it to my plan. Having done this, I digitized it to send you. On the same day I picked it up in the copy shop, Jesus told me on the phone that you had published it. It is a fantastic job that Javier 47 has redone, with fantastic neatness. Well we had not lost anything and called Pepe Cardin, owner of Modelhob, since he does not have it on his page and was looking for it. When I got home I went to see your page and OH! SURPRISE !!!!, the photo is of my KROTO (left my brother Santiago and I on the right) built in 1969 and flown many years [pic 003]. Good work - we will continue with more planes of Modelhob. Pepe is very happy and puts at your disposal the page. In it there is relevant information and plans.
AntonioRodriguezGarrido - 21/12/2017
Dear Sir, I attached few pictures of Kroto of my friends, from the early 70's [main pic, 004, 005].
Ignacio Gil - 11/04/2020
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