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BillParkerSIG TigerParked07-Oct-10 15:05
Views : 520
BillParkerSIG TigerParked07-Oct-10 15:05
Views : 507
BillParkerSIG TigerBuild07-Oct-10 15:05
Views : 485
so heck, give it another shot...
BillParkerSIG TigerBuild07-Oct-10 15:04
Views : 476
after 24 hours, it looks a little better...
BillParkerSIG TigerBuild07-Oct-10 15:03
Views : 523
So, I dipped it in windex and clamped her down...
BillParkerSIG TigerBuild25-Sep-10 14:38
Views : 520
it's not the heat... It's the stupidity...
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BillParkerSIG TigerBuild25-Sep-10 14:37
Views : 485
BillParkerSIG TigerBuild25-Sep-10 14:37
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BillParkerSIG TigerBuild25-Sep-10 14:37
Views : 433
BillParkerSIG TigerBuild08-Sep-10 10:03
Views : 534
BillParkerSIG TigerBuild08-Sep-10 10:00
Views : 502
BillParkerSIG TigerBuild08-Sep-10 05:14
Views : 566
SIG Tiger Free-Flight Rubber-Powered Sport Model A New Version of an Ageless Old-Timer... The Sig Tiger is a miniature edition of that typical rubber-powered model of the 1930's, popularly called the "Outdoor Commercial". These simple designs, featuring a box fuselage with a cabin, introduced thousands of novices to the thrill of building a model that really flew. In designing the Sig Tiger, Paul McIlrath retained the fine flight performance and added a pleasant, scale-like appearance. The simplicity of this design make it ideal for beginners or a for modeling class project.
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