Monday, June 27, 2011
Saturday, June 25, 2011
Saturday, June 18, 2011
Tom I wanted to alert you and the folks on your Website that we at PAL Model products are now ready to deliver again the famous Blue Ridge Models "Square Eagle P-30"!
This kit was one of the most satisfyingly, pre-fabricated, P-30 "Built-Ups" and was also a fabulous Beginner's first Rubber Job!
We exercised some liberty and "Laser-Cut" the fuselage sides and added some reinforcements to the sides but that's all the changes we've made from the kit Phil Hartman, of Asheville NC, produced for so long!
Phil made an arrangement for PAL to pick up the old "Blue Ridge Models" line of free flight designs! We currently market the following:
* The full plan and building instructions (only) for the famous "Blue Ridge "COUPE"" $6.00 PP
( Outstanding design for "Small Field Unlimited")
* A.The "Square Eagle P-30" sells for $35.00 with a P&H charge of $5.00
B. Club Deal - Five (5) "Square Eagle P-30" kits $150. with a P&H charge of $7.00
NEW "CLEAR-VIEW" Tank Bottoms for ALL K&B "Infant" .020's
Im also very happy to tell you we are now making a "Clear-View" K&B Infant tank bottom that allows you to finally SEE just how much fuel is in the tank before you launch a model!!
This is a wonderful aid and I'm flying much more than I used to because the threat of losing that Precious "Infant" is past!!
It fits all "PAL INFANT .020"'s and all of the ORIGINAL .020's. It actually is a simple replacement!!
I'm kicking myself for not thinking what a "BOON" this is and could have been!!
Well they're available right now for $4.50 each PP and if you buy a few at a time they'll only cost an additional $3.00 each!
I'd get one for every "INFANT .020" I own!!
We take Cash, Checks (ship after clear), and "PayPal"
Tom, I'll keep you posted as the kit line progresses and we will have some more "PAL Tank" announcements for FreeFlighters after the "US NATS"
Bob "Bobbylang" Langelius, SR.
PAL Model Products
32 Clinton Street
White Plains, NY 10603
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Ready for shipment
Dave Acton (the 'A' in PAL) with Phil Hartman in Asheville