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Frontier Kite 6 PK of Peter Powell replicas.

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Had these made by Frontier Kites when PP's were no longer easily available.  The dyhedril is identical along with the foot support for the center strut.  The sales are in new condition and I have 3 to 4 sets that I am in the process of inspecting.  I will list them separately in coming days.

Asking $175.00 + shipping OBO 
Sorry but no tails.

Pink/Black photo coming soon.  4 x 6 pks available once inspected.

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