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Old 12-21-2020, 09:12 PM
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It was not me.

Was it someone from this web site?

It wasn't me either--nor did I even bid on it.
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Old 12-21-2020, 10:13 PM
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If some of you would like to make a big Saturn 1B, you might try this model.
https://sklep.gpm.pl/modele-kartono...33-yg-model-118

I have 2 of these. 1 SA-204 and 1 SA-206. I've just started to look at the instructions and figure out where things go and the order of construction. I have no idea where I will display them if I get them built. Maybe one on each side of a doorway in the house. NO, I can't see my wife going for that.

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Old 12-22-2020, 01:29 AM
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If some of you would like to make a big Saturn 1B, you might try this model.
https://sklep.gpm.pl/modele-kartono...33-yg-model-118

I have 2 of these. 1 SA-204 and 1 SA-206. I've just started to look at the instructions and figure out where things go and the order of construction. I have no idea where I will display them if I get them built. Maybe one on each side of a doorway in the house. NO, I can't see my wife going for that.

Here's a build thread. https://only-paper.ru/forum/46-26147-1

https://only-paper.ru/forum/12-26348-1


You should post that these are Russian sites and may contain viruses.

I have found of these sites have viruses!
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Old 12-22-2020, 09:52 AM
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Sorry about the post above. I have had no trouble with the Russian sites above but I don't want anyone to get a viers from them. Once again sorry.

Here some pics of the SA-206 I have. The place I ordered them from was GPM paper model store.
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Looks like you can get all the custom parts, tubes, and even semroc instructions from erockets.biz, for less than $150. I have included an excel spread sheet with the custom parts and links to erockets.biz. This does not include the "stuffer" tube, nor the motor mounts or parachutes, as those would be up to the builder, and their choice on how they want to power it, nor the wood dowels, or launch lugs for the details, and the bt63 as the semroc centering rings use a different spacer system for the fuel tanks. I got all bt lengths from the K29 instructions on JimZ rocket plans.
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Old 12-22-2020, 01:44 PM
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Looks like you can get all the custom parts, tubes, and even semroc instructions from erockets.biz, for less than $150. I have included an excel spread sheet with the custom parts and links to erockets.biz. This does not include the "stuffer" tube, nor the motor mounts or parachutes, as those would be up to the builder, and their choice on how they want to power it, nor the wood dowels, or launch lugs for the details, and the bt63 as the semroc centering rings use a different spacer system for the fuel tanks. I got all bt lengths from the K29 instructions on JimZ rocket plans.


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Old 12-22-2020, 06:58 PM
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Jerry Irvine still has Semroc 1:70 Saturn 1B kits ...
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Yes he does.
I got another from him a couple months ago.
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Just a little history on mine, only order form I kept from back then.
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Old 12-24-2020, 12:34 AM
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Just a little history on mine, only order form I kept from back then.


Wow, that was a chunk of change back in 1973...I imagine that took a very good handful of yard mowings (or equivalent work) to raise the dough for that.

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