X-29 Grumman

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Unread post03 Dec 2018, 18:38

Greets,
Does anyone know if a quality model was ever made of the Grumman X-29 ? I followed that project closely in my flying days with great interest. Any info would be greatly appreciated

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Unread post03 Dec 2018, 19:25

I only see a Hasegawa 1:72. That's pretty darn small, but Hasegawa are great quality.
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Unread post03 Dec 2018, 19:29

Thanks ! That will do as I can upscale that kits dimensions into something bigger.
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Unread post03 Dec 2018, 21:10

Not sure if this also fits the bill.

This since it's not exactly a very accurate model, however it does allow you to actually fly it:

https://www.ebay.ca/itm/flitetest-jet-m ... SwfQ9b-LVr
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Unread post04 Dec 2018, 16:44

Thanks for the input folks. I think ill stick with the 72 scale issue. That coupled with a few drawings I have should fit the bill

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