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    Lightbulb Build Log: Grumman C2A GreyHound

    Warm greetings to everyone!

    I recently found myself craving to build a twin aircraft and planned a new build "Grumman C2A Greyhound" for the upcoming vacations. It would be twin electric built with mostly EPS foam. Since there is still some time for the vacations to start, I started to design the plans.
    I don't have solid specs (Wing Span etc) for this build at the moment but will soon fix on to some figures as I progress through the design.

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    EDIT: Design still in progress. More snaps to follow later.

    Questions, Comments, Suggestions are always welcome.

    Cheers.

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    I like!
    God bless you'se.

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    Nice! I got to sit in a greyhound at Oshkosh last year, really made me appreciate the airplane more. It's a very capable aircraft that (IMHO) looks very good.
    "It'll fly... Probably"

    Keegan Sponholz

    Hangar: Constantly changing
    Development: Christen Eagle II, Grumman Turbo Ag Cat, Intruder (60" and 28"), Wittman 1934 Chief Oshkosh

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    Thank you. Was it a US Navy aircraft that you flew into or it had a different livery? Any pictures?

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