ago 2 c

is there a kit of this interesting bird?

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Dave Calhoun

love for roden to do it, but it isn't that well known. it really is a great plane, apparently it was a good recce platform and an excellent flyer. if i see one, or you do, we should post a hu here. deal?

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the ago cII was a ww1 ac for reccee. it was unusul in having twin boom. if i can scan my new book without hurting it, i will post a hu here. i have not found a picture on line yet but i am looking. a twin boom biplane is very interesting, no?

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There's a photo of this somewhat strange aircraft here;

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and here:

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Plus, some photos of the built-up Joystick model at:

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Cheers,

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Bill Shatzer

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Dave Calhoun

Both Hannants and Roll Models say they have the Joystick vacform kit of this aircraft available.

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Cheers,

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Bill Shatzer

did you get big money?

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Bill

Would you please stop posting stupid comments before I have a chance to do the same!!

"Ba-da-bum!" IIRC is an Italian expresion.

I would have used the Vaudvile expression "Ba-dump-bump".

Tom

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maiesm72

Probably the usual size, but if it was big money then it might be worth a lot. IIRC, they stopped making big money in the '20s.

ba-da-bum!

Bill Banaszak, MFE Sr. ;)

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Mad-modeller

You are, of course, completely correct about my errant sound effects. Unfortunately since you're already 3 hours behind me I can't help getting 'there' first.

Bill Banaszak, MFE Sr. :)

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Mad-modeller

i tthought the noble horse blanket solderied on until 1931?

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e

You're the numismatist so you're probably right.

Bill Banaszak, MFE Sr.

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Mad-modeller

i'll have to check. i do make mistakes and have actually been wrong.

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e

Not really, $21 for the Merlin kit and $16 for the vacform (now I remember it was a "Formaplane" kit which was about what I paid for them when they were new. Ol' 45

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Ol' 45

Ah, challenges both! The Formaplane 'might' be easier.

Bill Banaszak, MFE Sr.

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Mad-modeller

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