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Vario Big Airwolf

VARIO-HELICOPTER.DE A vario Big airwolf with an 11.5cc rossi glow engine and sky-fox mechanics. a noisy beast Also with additional scale accesories which are NOT included in the kit. rotor diameter 1740mm.


 


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Skymaster F-16 1/6 with Smoke! High Def!
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Vario XLC Carrier helicopter with Helicommand Profi 2. HC switched off.
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Vario Benzin Acrobatic
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WORLD CHAMPION RC Helicopter pilot Demonstrates his Awesome Skills
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Vario Bell 212 turbine R/C Heli
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