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Guardian 2000
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See http://weblog.st-v-sw.net/2014/12/a-simple-plane.html for more details and links.

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Short version: there is a game which allows you to make your own aircraft and fly them with somewhat realistic physics. I made this. It was as good-looking and true to the original as I could make it with the pieces available and, most importantly, she actually flies.

I do need to modify it to make retractable landing gear.

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Awesome ^_^

I wonder if a RC version of this would fly [Smile]

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Doubt it. The physics are simplified. And besides which, this guy has already owned the idea:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFzu5ALdS7Q

Though this is my favorite:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQEsG4eKIXs

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