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1/24 FFG-7 Perry Class Sails in China

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  • 1/24 FFG-7 Perry Class Sails in China

    Stumbled across this 5m beast while checking out the local RC racing event schedule. Hope to track down the owner if its still around so I can see in person.

    Would make a great addition to your line, Mike! :biggrin:

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  • #2
    Struth!! That is longer than my car!!

    Reality is but a dream...
    But to dream is a reality


    • #3
      Nice - but nuts -

      take note of the "crew" required to get it wet.

      John Slater

      Sydney Australia

      You would not steal a wallet so don't steal people's livelihood.
      Think of that before your buy "cheap" pirated goods or download others work protected by copyright. Theft is theft.



      • #4
        Welcome to China where EVERYTHING is larger than life.

        I can't find any information on the model but would presume it was a commission build for some rich ******* or museum. If so, stay tuned for an even larger scale 056 Bengbu class FFG to make an appearance on the local waters.