|05-09-2012, 07:20 PM||#1|
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I was at the Shearwater Aviation Museum today, finalizing some details on the full scale Hurricane build, and was asked to look at a model that's been collecting dust in a back room. Pics enclosed, thought it might be a Fiat, but doesn't match the CR 32 or 42. Wingspan in 69.5 inches, and the flight controls are hooked up to the functional stick and rudder pedals! I've been asked to ID the plane, and fix it up, lots of little dings, no ailerons, etc. If it isn't something the museum is interested in, then it might just become a part of the deal for my building the Hurricane! Huge praise to all who assist!
I've posted this to the Scale Forum, but so far no answers. Hopefully someone can ID this!
|05-09-2012, 08:30 PM||#2|
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Re: Unknown aircraft
I have NO IDEA!
However; whenever I need to look around to identify an AC, I START here;
This is a Military site - but back in days of OLD... most planes had a military function and history.
Have a look in the early 1900s section... mayby...
Life is either a daring adventure...
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