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  1. Take a look at the Flite Test website, they offer free plans for airplanes built from Dollar Tree foam board. A complete airframe will cost between 2 and 6 dollars. Or they offer precut kits. Electronics will run about $100 plus radio. Build the plane, crash it, pull the electronics and put it in the next one. I’ve built several and they are great flyers. Below are my two Spitfires and a store bought powered sailplane.
  2. Hadn’t thought of Rock Auto, turns out I can buy a complete cylinder for about $6. Looks like the way to go.
  3. To fit the front wheel cylinder on a 57 Special. All I need is a single 1 1/8” aluminum piston, seems I misplaced it and now I can’t get the brakes buttoned up until I find one.
  4. My Buick isn’t presentable so I’ll have to use the F-1.
  5. Would you mind describing your break in procedure? I realize that’s as bad as showing up in a firearms forum and asking AR or AK, but with any luck I’m a month away from breaking in a 57 364 and I’ll take all the experienced advice I can get.
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  7. I know they don’t fit a 1957 Buick Special, since that’s what they came with. Also curious about the square piece.
  8. That’s funny, scraping the old grease off old parts is one of my favorite things. It’s like sculpting for the untalented; just scape with a putty knife and before long a beautiful old engine emerges.
  9. 1997: 2019, setting up for my niece's homecoming parade:
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