AC-130 Spectre

Discussion in 'Aircraft & Aviation' started by Airborne82, Jun 19, 2010.

  1. i3pm

    i3pm New Member

    wow, the Spectre. That's one of my dream planes to build. I so wanted one just like in the Transformers movie shooting at Scorponok from above. Would love to see it completed.
  2. glabbott

    glabbott Member

    Drooling in anticipation

    This is one of the few I have wanted to see done and here it is in progress...hope to get the model and build one of my own...
  3. Unregistered

    Unregistered Guest

    About the Fly 70 Model

    I am presently looking to purchase this model, and can't find it. I have 2 questions: What is the size of the paper book the plane is printed on? And would you sell one of your Fly 70 models?


  4. Airborne82

    Airborne82 Member

    Hey everyone, sorry I've been out of the loop so long. I'm back in Germany now, so theoretically I'd have time to work on this now, but the truth is I've been very busy. I haven't forgotten though, and I haven't given up. I'll get 'er done at some point.
  5. zwave343

    zwave343 the human lazor

    my god

    my god. as soon as youve done this, i need it. you hear me, i NEED IT.
  6. Airborne82

    Airborne82 Member

    If You PM me your email address I'll send you what I have. It still needs the guns, some more custom parts and a fit test but the repaint is pretty much done.
  7. jwhawk04

    jwhawk04 New Member

    Have any questions about ask away just got off shift working on the Spectres and caught this thread. Bird looks good. Got to work an A mod going to be a air park bird before they left Duke fld, plus seeing that old wheel well where I borrowed some parts brought back some good memories. Can't wait to hang this one up in the office.

    TSgt Weav
  8. Zathros

    Zathros Guest

    I was flying a Piper Warrior and it started vibrating so loudly I thought the engine was going to fall off, I cut back the throttle but no change. At that moment, an AC-130 Gunship passed me off of my port wing at the same altitude, we were about 70 feet, wingtip to wingtip. I was over the Hudson and he was coming in on final approach to Stewart Air National Guard Air Force Base. Scarey looking plane, in any situation.

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