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Wanted Dave Patrick Ultimate 120 Plans

Discussion in 'Airplanes, Gas/Glow' started by Going Balistic, Feb 6, 2019.

  1. I'm looking for a set of Dave Patrick Ultimate 120 plans. I believe that all of the Dave Patrick Ultimate 120's were kits so I guess I would also need rib / former templates, etc..

    Wondering if anyone may have a set?

    Dave Patrick Ultimate 120.jpg
  2. Why not just buy a nice modern EMHW kit?
  3. I guess a bit of a nostalgic connection to the Dave Patrick version. A number of guys I knew had one and it flew them with a YS 120's or Saito 150's which is more the size I was looking for. I have a couple of 1/3 scale Giles and Edge's, but thought I would try something a little smaller. The EMHW kits as far as I know are significantly larger and $$$ since they need to be shipped from Europe (unless I'm mistaken.)
  4. Bartman

    Bartman Defender of the Noob!

    working on an answer for you, give me a little bit of time and I'll get back to you
  5. Thanks Bartman

  6. They are sold here through http://vogelsang-aeroscale.com/ and the 50cc size is $795, ws 73"
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  7. Thanks acerc. Will check them out. didn't know that there was US distribution.
  8. Quite honestly, for what one get's with the kit it is a far better route than scratch building and cheaper to.
  9. Bartman

    Bartman Defender of the Noob!

    no luck, DP is on facebook but no reply yet and nobody else has responded that they have a set. sorry!
  10. Bartman

    Bartman Defender of the Noob!

    $800 isn't too bad for a 73" biplane kit if it's a good kit which those kits generally are.

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