Rodeo 150 Fire & Rescue

By OptimaZe on May 27, 2020

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Not really a build, but thought I'd share the kwad anyway. Custom cut Fire & Rescue vinyl lettering, and cast resin emergency beacon lights. Riveting on the arms is from a 1/24 NASCAR decal sheet. She's old school, but I still fly her on occasion.

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sal.mars44K.C.   May 29, 2020  
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i had one of thesr the black one, i loved it til the motors went out, cool to see this again, i like looking at the old stuff an compairing it to todays stuff ......we have come hell of far from 2016 for sure.
Happy flying brother!!!

OptimaZe   May 30, 2020 

Yes indeed! Things sure have changed in a relatively short period of time. This little bird was bleeding edge tech when first released and now it's so old school that it could almost be considered vintage lol. Happy Flying!!

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