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    I,d like to know if there is a light flyable airplane such as the L2 or the J-3 Cub? Sure would be nice to be able to fly slow arounf all this nice scenery!....Thanks.Baker
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    Try the P11c
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    dont forget the j8a
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    We could have a Storch...
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    Speaking of small aircraft the LFS is neat, though not very good for sight-seeing .

    Puts a whole new meaning on the word "Katyuska"
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by TangmerePhilipp:
    We could have a Storch... <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    I always want the Fw-189 most, too bad I can't model. Hopefully the Russian successor to BOB will have it and better terrain.
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    A Stearman would be fun too. . . could be dual purpose trainer and sunday flier!
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    Some of the small light weight fighters would be the go, of which the Yak 3 is the best of the breed. Others in this specs are the French Bloch MB-700 & Caudron C-714, the British Miles M.20, Italian S.A.I.207, the American Bell XP-77 and Curtiss-Wrught CW-21B Demon. Only the Caudron and the Demon saw action. The Caudron with Polish pilots in France 1940 and the Demon with Dutch pilots against the Japanese early in 1942.
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    Cockpit for our U~2 is being developled, or it was. Czech out teh netwing and poke around. Gunner seat position too. Nice little Biplane.
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