Estes Futuristic Model Rocket Parts Kit

I didn't know this Etstes kit existed. Where else can you find the futuristic Estes nose cones? No one seems to sell them or any other type individually.

** I'm not the seller. (Unfortunately, not the winning bidder either.)

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Robert Brown
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(Newville, PA)

Central Pennsylvania Rocketeers is proud to announce the conclusion of their first sport launch, held at their new flying field located on the property of the Penn Township Fire Company. The launch was held as scheduled on Saturday, November 15th from 10am until 4pm in spite of a steady 10mph wind that blew until the last hour of the launch before abating. Twelve people showed up, evenly split between experienced rocketeers and new people. Flights ranged from a Cherokee-D on a D12-3 to an Art Applewhite 24mm saucer on a C11-0 and an Estes Quark on a ¼A3-2T for a total of 32 flights.

Prior to the launch, Tom Ha, C.P.R. President, met with the President of the Fire Company to exchange paperwork that finalized the relationship between the Fire Company and C.P.R. for the coming year. Launch rules that are an attachment to the agreement were posted at the check-in table and will be available online through the centralparocketeers group on Yahoo, at

Courtesy of Central Pennsylvania Rocketeers NAR Section #659 Tom Ha, President flyemhighest at netscape dot net or rocketha at netscape dot net

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Tom Ha

Congratulations, Tom and the rest of your section!

Arright! Another club (and launch field) within driving distance.

Cumberland Ed

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Ed Giugliano

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