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Old 02-16-2014, 03:43 PM   #16
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There's a Frenchman that restores cars, he might be the best one to answer it.

Can't find the website at the moment.. It's an incredible piece of history though!
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What brand servo's are those? And what motor is that?
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Its not the PB Alpha that was made in England, if my memory serves me right by a company owned by Phil Booth and Keith Plestead. By the colour of the servos they look like the first type of Futaba servos with the ball bearing on the output shaft. the motor may be a Veco .21. Judging by the body which seems to be in the colours of the old West German flag could be from germany

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