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C.G. Tiger 120

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Doing a little spring cleaning so there will be some birds for sale. This is a plane I learned how to fly with. It is almost easier to fly than any high wing trainer. Unfortunately after I moved on I let my brother use it to learn. On the very first flight I think he had the elevators reversed. During the initial set up he didn't check to make sure all the servos were working in the correct direction. When the plane started to leave the runway he pulled back on the elevator stick only to see the plane dive back on the tarmac. It did minimal damage but it does need some repairs to the firewall, nose gear and monocote. This is an easy fix for anybody who knows how to do light repair work. The plane has some Futaba 3003 servos and a MDS 148 2 stroke nitro motor. Everything worked at the time of the mishap but I can't guarantee the mechanical works at this point and time. This is a great flying plane and well worth the rehab if you have the know how. Way too big to ship so if you are near by and have $75.00 cash I'll help you load it in your truck. It also comes with an extra set of wings as you can see in the pictures
Date: Mar 20, 2017   


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