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Old 07-18-2020, 01:38 AM   #5 (permalink)
ferroequinologist
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Fred, well done it's good to see a timeline and history of Aster models and also some of the pamphlets that they put out. The models were very advanced for their particular time and still are in many respects, even the earlier ones. The early models capture the essence of the prototype and are good runners still even 40 years on, my favorite 'go to' runners are early Asters. They certainly raised the bar with each model.
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