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Thundercop

Captain Sci-Fi

Commander
Most of the board members have given the thumbs up to this as a great starting point for a decent TB2 replica:

http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/710-5...ep_vectorid=229508&kwid=902099&mtid=824&kw=lg



Cap'n
 

Dorzac

Alphans
I still really fancy this to convert, anyone have a size approx?

Cap'n
370mm from front to end of tail section
381mm from front to end of (red) thruster
145mm body width (not including wings)
262mm from wing tip to wing tip
115mm from base to top of tail section
97-98mm from base to hightest point of body

Note the base is when its standing on its (rather crappy) wheels, which probably stick out 20mm, but the underside is a bit crappy, what with the battery compartment, front wheel spinner and raising disc mechanism ...

 

Captain Sci-Fi

Commander
It measures up....

Thanks Dorzac, Your post of the underside is very handy.

Any idea what kind of plastic it's made from?

Had a rather generous offer to cast this in fibreglass if made from any of the polyprop family of horrors.

Glad to see fixing screws holding it together (temporarily). Just the one stick of dynamite should do the trick... :brows:

Cap'n
 

Dorzac

Alphans
Thanks Dorzac, Your post of the underside is very handy.

Any idea what kind of plastic it's made from?

Had a rather generous offer to cast this in fibreglass if made from any of the polyprop family of horrors.

Glad to see fixing screws holding it together (temporarily). Just the one stick of dynamite should do the trick... :brows:

Cap'n
No, afraid not. Looks and feels like the average hard plastic toy to me.
 
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