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Help I.D. an Old, Red Racer?

Keno

Active member
#21
Reading all, I have just for fun check (researched) out all models that would fit this plane, I found none. Most of my research told me to look at UK designs as they best fit this type of construction. You got a winner, fly it and enjoy it.
 
#22
I was given this beauty a few weeks ago for helping out another club work on their field. the prior owner has no idea except that it is old (he is 85+) and i have not had any luck with getting an identification. i would like to get it back in the air but would like to gather as much info as possible before i attempt it.

any help is appreciated.

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pretty sure it was a gasser that got converted at some point but who knows.

thanks,

me :cool:
The tail section looks very similar to an Acro - Wot, so it could well be a composite build rather than an original plane :)
It does look a lot like a very late 90's/early 2000's British sportster.
 
#23
My guess is scratch built extreme ELECTRIC 3D acro from the 2000's USA. SEE if an Aa battery fits in the bay above the wing, would be 6 or 7 there if true. Hobby shack / tower hobbies if not scratch built. Other battery place is in the wing bay pointing up
 
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