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Old 09-12-2013, 01:00 PM
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Default Centuri #5343 NASA Space Shuttle Columbia

I'm looking for scans of the plans and decals if anyone has this one.
Fin/wing scans or dimensions would be good too.


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Old 09-21-2013, 05:29 PM
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PM me your email address, and I'll email you a zip file with scans of everything, it's about 3.4MB.

The primary body tube is a 7.5" ST16.

I sent scans of the complete plans, templates, and decals to YORP several years ago, but I don't believe they were ever posted. (Scott, if you need me to resend, let me know.)
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I'd be very interested in getting the Centuri Shuttle files also.
If you can, please send to:
oddlrockets@bellsouth..net

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PM me your email address, and I'll email you a zip file with scans of everything, it's about 3.4MB.

The primary body tube is a 7.5" ST16.

I sent scans of the complete plans, templates, and decals to YORP several years ago, but I don't believe they were ever posted. (Scott, if you need me to resend, let me know.)

Tim,

I still have all your files. Alas, the motherboard of the old computer I used for doing my websites took a dump in June 2012. It had the FrontPage XP on it that I used for making/updating the sites. I just haven't gotten around to putting the program and stuff on a different computer yet. That's why none of my websites have been updated in a long time.

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Old 09-22-2013, 10:15 AM
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I'd be very interested in getting the Centuri Shuttle files also.
If you can, please send to:
oddlrockets@bellsouth..net

Thanks!



Sent via email. Let me know if you don't receive it.
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Thanks Tim!
I got it all!
This was just one of those I wanted to build but never got the kit.
I did build the Estes "Goony" Shuttle recently.
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PM sent

Thanks Tim!


Plans sent, enjoy!
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Tim,

I still have all your files. Alas, the motherboard of the old computer I used for doing my websites took a dump in June 2012. It had the FrontPage XP on it that I used for making/updating the sites. I just haven't gotten around to putting the program and stuff on a different computer yet. That's why none of my websites have been updated in a long time.

Scott

"took a dump"? Is that one of those fancy techno terms?
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Got it!
Nice work documenting this not often seen rocket!

Thanks Tim!
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