2007 U.S. Scale Masters. Hemet, California Oct 11 th -14 th 2007. 1 st Day – Static Judging. Thursday Oct 11 th 2007. Our new National Chairman Bill Hart and Director of Administration Carolyn VanHerk Helped us all feel very welcome. The weather so far is perfect!.
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Oct 11th-14th 2007
Thursday Oct 11th 2007
Our new National Chairman Bill Hart and Director of Administration Carolyn VanHerk
Helped us all feel very welcome. The weather so far is perfect!
Paul Haynes prepares his Nieuport 28 brought back to life from last years
crash at the Muncie Masters – dedication to the extreme level
Bill Powers prepares his T28 for Open Class static judging
Dennis Crooks arrives with his P38 and many other scale aircraft to
Defend his title: The Masters Grand Champion
Living proof that folks from the East Coast can indeed venture to the West Coast safely
Earl Aune (Team Scale Pilot) is first up under scrutiny of tough static judges with Randy Smithhislers beautiful electric powered J3 Cub
Tom Wolf is up with his incredible DeHaviland Mosquito bomber. He adjusts each wheel brake according to his throttle setting to keep it tracking straight on take offs. The scratch built landing gear is inspiring.
Randy Smithhisler and his gorgeous J4 Cub – electric power.
Scale realism at it’s finest! Jeff Weiss’s incredible TA-152 Foke Wolf
Tom Wolf’s Mosquito
Hal Woods points out his new landing
Lights that took him over 30 hours to
construct all 3 out of solid aluminum
Next year Jeff Weiss says the tractor will actually pull his TA-152 out to the runway!
Scott Enoch makes a test hop after static with his beautiful Spad 13
Doug Crumley’s complex Fiesler Storch can fly verrrrry slow