Kelly Crozier 

Q. When did you start in control line?
A.  I started in control line in 1957 with a Jim Walker Firebaby.  It was powered by an OK Cub .049 with a bladder tank and a wood fuselage. 
 
Q. Have you tried any other styles of model airplane flying?
A.  I have flown both free flight and R/C. 
 
Q. What interests you in control line?
A.  I am interested in flying combat, stunt, nostalga and racing.  I also collect motors and kits. 
 
Q. What is your favourite memory of flying?
A.  One of me favorite memories is meeting the new flyers at False Creek oval right after moving from Alberta. 
 
Q. Do you build your own models?
A.  I build most models from scratch.  Ocassionally from a modern or non-collector kit. 
 
Q. What is your favourite model?
A.  Flite Streak. 
 
Q. What was your most spectacular crash?
A.  Anytime I bellcrank Greg Davis in combat (lost count). 
 
Q. Have you ever participated in any competitions? If yes, which ones?
A.  I have competed in free fllight power, hand launch glider, rubber, and towline; control line stunt, combat, rat race, Goodyear race and proto speed. 
 
Q. How did you start in control line? Who got you started in control line?
A.  My father purchased my Firebaby. 
 
Q. What advice would you give someone who wanted to try control line?
A.  Do not try to learn on a small airplane.  Use at least a .19 size engine on a model built as a trainer. 



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