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THIS is the page to show off your favourite model pictures - models you own and fly or something special you might have seen on the club field or at a show, perhaps.
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The pictures on this page are thumbnails; click on the image for a full-screen version, then on the BACK button of your toolbar to return to this page. 


Here's a strip of thumbnails of GORDON COOK's aerobatic model "Sweet Apple". Gordon is Chairman of Test Valley Model Flying Club in Hampshire, UK, and also one of the club's instructors. 

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The model is of Gordon's own design and takes its name from Sweet Apple Farm - he names all his models after local places. It is powered by a Laser .80, has an all-up weight of 2.7 kg, a 60 in. wingspan and length of 63 ins. First flown July 1998. 

Just for fun and for Gordon's benefit, I've circled the spot where he made his first radio-controlled flight 36 years ago, using a single-channel transmitter equipped with an old tank aerial which he says he found - you can see the location when you view the right-hand picture full-screen!


Test Valley Model Flying Club is featured on the club scene page


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These beauties are owned by STEVE READ, who also flies with Test Valley Model Flying Club. Left and centre is his 1/6th scale Harvard and on the right, a 1/6th SE 5A, both FLAIR products.


Now let's enjoy a sight of your favourite aero model - just use the e-mail facility at the top of any ModelFlight page or send details and pictures by regular mail.