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News SIG-nificant !! Hazel 75 !!

Discussion in 'Giant Scale News' started by js-rc, Jan 27, 2017.

  1. js-rc

    js-rc 70cc twin V2

    Just saw on their web-site that Hazel is now 95 yrs. old !! Most of us around here years ago had their planes or a few of their products !! I used to like to read about their full scale flying too !!
    Thanks, John !


    Oops, put 75 instead of 95. I can't figure out how to change it, sorry !
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  2. I remember one Toledo show, not sure of the year, but Hazel was scootin around the show on a Segway.
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  3. js-rc

    js-rc 70cc twin V2

    Wow ! That must have been a neat sight to see !! She was probably only 75 or 80 then !!
  4. For sure, it was!
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  5. To change the thread title, click on Thread Tools. It's at the top right just above your first post.
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  6. Our little community of fellow modelers owe quite a bit of gratitude to Hazel Sigafoose as well as Glenn and Maxi Hester.

    Outside of a few ARFs every airplane I have ever had has had some kind of Sig part on it lol.

    My current build, a scratch built 1/4 scale Krier Kraft, has basically been built from the Sig catalog! Not to mention the old Skybolt kit I pick at and the 4 separate kits I have hanging on the wall.

    All three generations of my family building and flying rc has done so with Sig. Grampa had a few Cubs and Skybolts, my dad had god knows how many Kougars, I myself have had Miniplanes, Skybolts, Cubs and Kobras.

    Anyway enough rambling,

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