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Mar 18, 2015
We have the same PUP!! NEW
by: Mike Baiano

WOW... I can't believe... I was searching for pics of our Sopwith Pup and found yours!! In the exact same color scheme!!

I'm curious whose came first... same story for ours, a Balsa USA Pup that what kit-bashed and completed in the Winsock documented trainer color scheme that my wife hand-painted. It was completed and first flew in early September 2001 and then flown extensively at the Olde Rhinebeck Aerodrome in Rhinebeck, NY at the annual WWI Jamboree. Have we met previously by any chance?

We've flown the airplane extensively, it's a great flier and looks positively astounding in the air, as you well know. What a glorious color scheme and highly unusual. Until now, I'd never seen another one. When did you complete yours? That's truly a plane to be proud of!!

I'd love to chat sometime... I've got many pics and videos of that bird under construction and in flight. Hope yours is still airworthy and we can get them together sometime! I can be reached at if you'd like to drop me a line, I'd love to hear from you!

Mike Baiano
Toms River, NJ USA

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