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Old 05-10-2011, 06:40 AM
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Sent the Long EZ to Chris at ecardmodels. Next up is the Hughes 630 NOTAR.
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Old 05-10-2011, 01:07 PM
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Oh, i saw that Long EZ flying over my house once. I heard it approach and went to check the skies. Not really a plane spotter, but I could tell it was a different aircraft then what normally flies around here (the regular high and low wing sport flyers).
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Old 05-11-2011, 06:49 AM
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I've never seen a Long EZ in person, but I can imagine it would make an impression. I keep holding the model up and imagining it as some space fighter. I might have to do a BSG (Battlestar Galactica) version just because.
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Here's a shot I took of one that used to be across the hangar from a plane I fly.



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Old 05-16-2011, 07:18 AM
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Next two models ready to go. Gonna send the Hughes 600 up to Chris today, The Hughes 500 will go up tomorrow.


The last pic is something I started last night.
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Is that TC's Hughes from "Magnum, P.I."?

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Old 05-16-2011, 08:58 AM
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Yes it is

but the cockpit is a bit more pointed than what the 500 looked like in the series

There were two version flown in the series

this one, with the V tail


and later in the series, the T tail


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I wondered about the pointy front end. Gonna have to fiddle with it a bit.
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Seems the 3 view I used had a pointier nose than the Magnum chopper. Must be an different version. I flattened the nose as much as I could without using petals.

BTW...

Anybody interested in the OH-6 Cayuse? I discovered it's actually an MD 500 painted OD with rockets...
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I say go for it!! and make the older V-tail and the newer T-tail, would be nice to have options. Oh and do you think you might ever get back to making the WC-54 ambulance? Awsome job on all of your new models so far!!
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