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Model Aircraft of the 1930's

Flying Scale Models Magazine

A very favorable writeup, and an example from our AgelessWings.com web site, appeared in the December 2006 British magazine, "Flying Scale Models" on page 54 (we're getting closer to the front page). Thanks to Mike Evatt and this internationally respected magazine for introducing us to the world!
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Flying Models Magazine

Many thanks to Larry Kruse of Flying Models Magazine, for his favorable mention of this web site, and the plans, in his column, "F/F Sport" in the June, 1998 issue on page 78.

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First, here is a link to the excellent feedback that I have received from my eBay customers:

Feedback from my eBay customers (Use the back arrow on your browser to return to this page)



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Continue reading for comments from customers who purchased directly from me as well as through eBay.

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"Hi Harley - I have received the plans. Amazing! I am a pilot and aircraft builder, and presently have an Aeronca 7AC Champ and an Acroduster II, my plan is to use your drawings and what I can find from the Aeronca archives and build a full-size reproduction of the Model L low-wing to fly. Thanks again!"

Mark B., Luthersville, GA

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"Hello, I ordered two sets of plans last Friday and to my surprise, received them on Monday! Thank you very much. The plans, extra hints and tips, and all the extra literature are outstanding. I'm in the middle of working on a Grumman F3F, but can't wait to start on the Ryan STA. Very much worth every penny and then some. Thanks again, Regards,"

T.S., California.....

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"The P26a was the first flying model that I ever tried to make. I was 7 yrs old and had to do it alone and it was not done very well. That was in 1938. When I saw your plans, I decided to undo my failure...I also want to tell you that, as one skilled in computer use, what you have done is wonderful and was a great idea. I wish I had thought of it. I appreciate all the work that you had to do"

John H., Texas.....

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I received the Boeing 247 plans today, they are great!...You did a great job. This will really make a unique addition to my stable of aircraft. I can just hear all the guys at the airfield going "What on earth is that?

Chris Zettel, Florida.....

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"Thanks, Harley-it was definitely worth the wait-"(Harley's note: this is referencing a specially scaled up version of the Hawker Superfury)"love the detail, etc-fantastic!- Andy"

Andrew E. A., Florida.....

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"the Model 91 arrived on this past Monday in fine shape ! I'm very thankful that I found a source for them in you ! Several sites that I contacted denied that the real airplane existed but I knew better . "

Bob W., Missouri.....

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"I really appreciate the quality of the plans printing and the presentation. I plan on more purchases. It's wonderful that you are keeping these plans 'alive'...they are really AGELESS. I would like to encourage you to continue to add plans to your line....more plans, more classics, please!"

Charles S., California.....

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"wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed the plans and complete info that I got from you. I completed it with no problem and found the instructions very helpful."

Paul C., Deleware.....

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G'Day Harley, I received the Grumman Scout Plans today PM. I am overwhelmed by the quality of the plans and the other printed material, not to mention the amount of information included to help with consrtuction. You are a class act mate. Best wishes,

Keith O., Merimbula, New South Wales, Australia.

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Just a quick note to say "thanks!" The plans were in Tuesday's mail

Jon W., Colorado

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I am very pleased to have meet you, and I must congratulete you for what you are doing.

R. M. A., Rio de Janeiro, Brasil

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Hi Harley:

I just received the Bellanca plans in this am mail. I am impressed...!

Thanks for your help.

Tom P., Manitoba, Canada

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