WWI Digest 2967 Topics covered in this issue include: 1) Re: Hasegawa D VII by "David Calhoun" 2) RE: Painting help :) by Rob & Sherry 3) Re: Kits for kids was Great website by Rob & Sherry 4) RE: Hasegawa D VII by "Laskodi" 5) OT figures from ICM? by "Edward Swaim" 6) Re: OT movie news by TomTheAeronut@aol.com 7) Re: Hasegawa D VII by TomTheAeronut@aol.com 8) RE: Hasegawa D VII by Todd Hayes 9) Re: OT movie news by "aa8." 10) Another Laskodi Gem at Modeling Madness by TomTheAeronut@aol.com 11) long before OT so ot? by Steve Cox 12) Re: travelogues by Steve Cox 13) Re: long before OT so ot? by Mark Vaughan-Jackson 14) Re: How Many? by REwing@aol.com 15) RE: long before OT so ot? by "Graham Hunter" 16) OT armchair pilots wanted! by "Gaston Graf" 17) James Sadler by "Brian Nicklas" 18) RE: Kits for kids, further thoughts... by Shane Weier 19) Re: New images by "Steven M.Perry" 20) Re: Another Laskodi Gem at Modeling Madness by "Steven M.Perry" 21) Re: long before OT so ot? by TomTheAeronut@aol.com 22) Re: Kits for kids was Great website by "Michael S. Alvarado" 23) Re: travelogues/Curtiss Jenny by "Brian Nicklas" 24) Jenny JN-4D Rudder by BEN8800@aol.com 25) Re: Hasegawa D VII by "DAVID BURKE" 26) Aeroclub Liberty V-12's by "Kenneth Zelnick" 27) Re: OT armchair pilots wanted! by "Robert Fabris" 28) Re: Aeroclub Liberty V-12's by MAnde72343@aol.com 29) Re: Aeroclub Liberty V-12's by Ernest Thomas ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 12:55:50 -0800 From: "David Calhoun" To: Subject: Re: Hasegawa D VII Message-ID: <006d01c07c10$e2193e40$9f0c3ccc@oemcomputer> It is the same kit as the DML with rub on transfers instead of decals. It has lozenge & Berthold's markings, best to replace with aftermarket decals but a good kit if you can find it. Dave Calhoun----- Original Message ----- From: "Myles Miller" To: "Multiple recipients of list" Sent: Thursday, January 11, 2001 8:29 AM Subject: Hasegawa D VII > > Hello and Happy New Year from Austin, > > How does the Hasegawa Fokker D VII kit compare to the DML original? > Is it pretty much the same kit (complete w/ PE parts) packaged in a > different box? > > It doesn't seem to be mentioned among the D VII models in the gallery - so > I am wondering if it has some serious flaw. > > Thanks, > Myles > > > > > > ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 12:56:42 -0500 From: Rob & Sherry To: wwi@pease1.sr.unh.edu Subject: RE: Painting help :) Message-ID: <3.0.1.32.20010111125642.00861930@pop-server.tampabay.rr.com> Thanks to those who offerd help on this topic. I think I'll save up for an airbrush ;) I attemped to bruch paint some spares, with no luck. Rob ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 13:00:04 -0500 From: Rob & Sherry To: wwi@pease1.sr.unh.edu Subject: Re: Kits for kids was Great website Message-ID: <3.0.1.32.20010111130004.007e4610@pop-server.tampabay.rr.com> Hey Alvie! It was caused by fluttler............flutter of the finger tips as the kids pet bunny bit my leg ;) Rob----Rabbit stew anyone?? At 06:49 PM 1/10/2001 -0500, you wrote: >I know all about those. I've had three of them in the past two years. Two of >them back to back on my current effort which now as a result has dragged on since >July. > >Alvie > >Rob & Sherry wrote: > >> HAHAHA!!!! Ya'll are toooooooo much! >> Rob- who just destroyed his lame attempt at the Roden DR.1 in a freak wing >> failure accident ;-) >> >> At 12:48 AM 1/10/2001 -0500, you wrote: >> >E mentions: >> > >> > >> >> I once gave a presentation to a 4th grade class on the middle >> >> ages. I brought >> >> in a bunch of broad swords, axes, and chain mail for them to >> >> handle. I also >> >> taught them how to make their own chain mail. >> >> Alas, it was all for naught. So far not one kid has been knighted. >> > >> >ROTFL >> > >> >Until 6 years ago our main local model contest was held in conjunction with >> >a more broadly based hobby show. At the last contest in that format we were >> >sited adjacent to a group from a Meieval Re-enaction Society conducting some >> >choreographed fights until someone let go of a wildly swinging bastard sword >> >which (luckily) went in the opposite direction from where I and a group of >> >about to be judges were standing (thereby failing to damage the models !). >> > >> >Unluckily it mowed down an elderly gent and his wife. I don't know if the >> >perpetrator got knighted, but the victims later joined the society ! >> > >> >IIRC another list member was there that day and won Model of Show with a >> >1:28 scratchbuilt Fokker D.VIII Back OT - so there ! >> > >> >Shane >> > >> > >> > >> > >> > >> > >> > >> > >> > >> > >> > >> > >> > >> > >> > >> >********************************************************************** >> >The information contained in this e-mail is confidential and is >> >intended only for the use of the addressee(s). >> >If you receive this e-mail in error, any use, distribution or >> >copying of this e-mail is not permitted. You are requested to >> >forward unwanted e-mail and address any problems to the >> >MIM Holdings Limited Support Centre. >> > >> >e-mail: supportcentre@mim.com.au >> >phone: Australia 1800500646 >> >********************************************************************** >> > > > ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 10:06:29 -0800 From: "Laskodi" To: "Post WW1 List" Subject: RE: Hasegawa D VII Message-ID: <000c01c07bf9$392e9080$4c3819d0@laskodi> <<>> Where can one buy this Hasegawa Fokker D.VII? Can't comment on the Hasegawa version since I have never seen it, but the DML/Dragon version is splendid, I only wish it were still available! -------Bob ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 18:17:35 From: "Edward Swaim" To: wwi@pease1.sr.unh.edu Subject: OT figures from ICM? Message-ID:
I followed a link from an Internet Modeler review of an ICM figure kit. On the page where they announce upcoming releases, they list: I World War British Infantry(1917-1918) 35301and I World War German Assault Infantry (1918) 35291.

There's no artwork, the listing simply says that the kits are being designed. What's the likelihood that we'll actually see these?

I really like ICM figures, despite the Vaseline-like mold release they are covered with. Their Franco-Prussian war figures can be converted to WWI, but cheap, plastic, 1/35 on topic figures would be great!

 

 



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------------------------------ Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 13:27:44 EST From: TomTheAeronut@aol.com To: wwi@pease1.sr.unh.edu Subject: Re: OT movie news Message-ID: <9c.aa5d53f.278f5520@aol.com> In a message dated 1/11/01 11:24:21 AM EST, bpearson@rapidnet.net writes: << As usual Hollywood is doing the lesser book >> Far be it from me to defend those morons and their usual choices, but allow me to point out that this is the first time since "Von Richtofen and Brown" and "Zeppelin" that anyone who actually could turn a script into a movie has picked one that is OT, and with the company being who it is and the writer who he is, there's a possibility of something not too bad coming out the far end of the process. Undoubtedly they were influenced by the fact Robinson is known for "Piece of Cake" and by the fact it was turned into a pretty good adaptation on the BBC. TC ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 13:28:32 EST From: TomTheAeronut@aol.com To: wwi@pease1.sr.unh.edu Subject: Re: Hasegawa D VII Message-ID: <7d.f69d7bf.278f5550@aol.com> In a message dated 1/11/01 11:26:33 AM EST, myles.miller@thc.state.tx.us writes: << How does the Hasegawa Fokker D VII kit compare to the DML original? Is it pretty much the same kit (complete w/ PE parts) packaged in a different box? >> It *is* the DML original. Tom Cleaver ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 10:33:40 -0800 (PST) From: Todd Hayes To: wwi@pease1.sr.unh.edu Subject: RE: Hasegawa D VII Message-ID: <20010111183340.67450.qmail@web9006.mail.yahoo.com> Bob, It is the DML kit. By now, it's probably as hard to get as the original. It's von Buren's a/c by DML with different decals. The sprues, p.e., and instructions are the same. The box even says Hasegawa/Dragon. Todd --- Laskodi wrote: > << the DML original? > Is it pretty much the same kit (complete w/ PE > parts) packaged in a > different box?>>> > > Where can one buy this Hasegawa Fokker D.VII? Can't > comment on the Hasegawa > version since I have never seen it, but the > DML/Dragon version is splendid, > I only wish it were still available! > -------Bob > __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Yahoo! Photos - Share your holiday photos online! http://photos.yahoo.com/ ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 19:13:34 -0000 From: "aa8." To: Subject: Re: OT movie news Message-ID: <004b01c07c02$b696f860$02223c3e@tinypc> Dear List members If you rolled up all the previously mentioned novels on WW1 aviation in a ball they wouldn't come within an mile of 'Winged Victory'. After all, Victor Yeates actually flew Camels so he knew what he was talking about. That book is the greatest war film never made!! Andy Jones ----- Original Message ----- From: To: Multiple recipients of list Sent: Thursday, January 11, 2001 6:32 PM Subject: Re: OT movie news > In a message dated 1/11/01 11:24:21 AM EST, bpearson@rapidnet.net writes: > > << As usual Hollywood is doing the lesser book >> > > Far be it from me to defend those morons and their usual choices, but allow > me to point out that this is the first time since "Von Richtofen and Brown" > and "Zeppelin" that anyone who actually could turn a script into a movie has > picked one that is OT, and with the company being who it is and the writer > who he is, there's a possibility of something not too bad coming out the far > end of the process. Undoubtedly they were influenced by the fact Robinson is > known for "Piece of Cake" and by the fact it was turned into a pretty good > adaptation on the BBC. > > TC > ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 14:34:58 EST From: TomTheAeronut@aol.com To: wwi@pease1.sr.unh.edu Subject: Another Laskodi Gem at Modeling Madness Message-ID: <32.f189c4b.278f64e2@aol.com> Bob's Blue Max Sopwith Dolphin is today's feature article at Modeling Madness. http://modelingmadness.com/reviews/ww1/laskodidolphin.htm Really beautiful work, Bob! Tom Cleaver ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 20:19:26 +0000 From: Steve Cox To: Subject: long before OT so ot? Message-ID: Took my son back to university today, and walking from the college library (originally a church) back to the main building I passed a gravestone, which read SACRED to the memory of JAMES SADLER He died March 27th 1828 aged 75 years This stone was renewed by the Royal Aeronautical Society on the Occasion of the Centenary of the death of the Above JAMES SADLER The First English Aeronaut and subsequently after the bicentenary in 1984 of his first flight on 4th October What did this man do to earn the epitaph? Steve nb =========================================== steve@oldglebe.freeserve.co.uk http://www.oldglebe.freeserve.co.uk/steveshome.html If I didn't spend so much time on line I'd get some models finished ================ ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 20:19:23 +0000 From: Steve Cox To: Subject: Re: travelogues Message-ID: What, like Colindale to Lowestoft? :-) Serious question from someone at the model club, is there a 1/72nd Curtis Jenny kit on the market at the moment? Regards Steve nb Website for the model club =========================================== steve@oldglebe.freeserve.co.uk http://www.oldglebe.freeserve.co.uk/steveshome.html If I didn't spend so much time on line I'd get some models finished ================ > Date: Tue, 09 Jan 2001 16:26:35 +0000 > From: David Fleming > To: Multiple recipients of list > Subject: WW1 list OT Places of interest guide guide > Message-ID: <3A5B3BBB.EC564A7B@dial.pipex.com> > > Following on from the recent travelogues from Down Under, I was > wondering what other listees though about compiling a 'Places of > Interest' Gazeteer for the various parts of the world we come from ? I'd > be prepared to put it together if Matt or Alan are amenable? > > What sayeth you all ? > > Dave > ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 17:11:13 -0400 From: Mark Vaughan-Jackson To: wwi@pease1.sr.unh.edu Subject: Re: long before OT so ot? Message-ID: Steve, where was this stone? What city. When I was at school in Shrewsbury, there's a grave mark for a guy who died trying to fly across the Severn River back in the late 1800s (I think migh have been the 1700s). But for the life of me I can't recall if it was via balloon or some hand glider contraption. Given the dates I'd say it's probably the same thing for this guy. IIRC there were a bunch of adventurers (read loonies) jumping off Church spires, bridges and iother tall places with various canvas contraptions strapped to their backs in attempts to thumb the nose at the Montgolfier (sp?) Brothers and fly sans hot air assistance. Be interested in finding out exactly ewhat this guy did to earn the "first aeronaut" moniker. MVJ ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 15:42:59 EST From: REwing@aol.com To: wwi@pease1.sr.unh.edu Subject: Re: How Many? Message-ID: --part1_f9.67959c9.278f74d3_boundary Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit > A general question to the list members..... How many kits does everyone > usually have going at once? start to finish, one? Several slowly coming > along? To many to count 1/2 built? > Well, I have about a dozen kits started and in various stages of completion. About a 50/50 mix of OT and ot. A couple of the OT kits are doubles because I figure if I'm going to build similar color schemes, it would save time. It does, except I don't finish! I wish I could figure out why I do this. I don't think, however, I have started a new kit in over six months. Maybe if I get off this d*mn computer I could get something done!!! -Rick- --part1_f9.67959c9.278f74d3_boundary Content-Type: text/html; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
A general question to the list members..... How many kits does everyone
usually have going at once? start to finish, one? Several slowly coming
along? To many to count 1/2 built?
Rob


  Well, I have about a dozen kits started and in various stages of
completion.  About a 50/50 mix of OT and ot.  A couple of the OT kits are
doubles because I figure if I'm going to build similar color schemes, it
would save time.  It does, except I don't finish!
I wish I could figure out why I do this.  I don't think, however, I have
started a new kit in over six months.  Maybe if I get off this d*mn computer
I could get something done!!!
-Rick-  
--part1_f9.67959c9.278f74d3_boundary-- ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 14:43:29 -0600 From: "Graham Hunter" To: Subject: RE: long before OT so ot? Message-ID: <000101c07c0f$28b247e0$fa0101c0@grahamh> I have a vague recollection that aeronaut (for this time period) referred to balloonists.?? Regards, Graham H. ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 21:50:03 +0100 From: "Gaston Graf" To: Subject: OT armchair pilots wanted! Message-ID: Dear Listies, this message is for those among you who play the wonderful OT flightsim RED BARON 3D (or Red Baron II). If you play this sim online and if you want to have more fun playing it together with other in an online squadron, I would be most happy to hear from you offlist. We - my fellow Jasta pilots and myself - are in need of new recruits to fill the gaps in our ranks. We organize training for the rookies and fly missions online. Also we have created a special set of rules to offer a career to everybody who flies seriously with us, where awards and promotions may be earned. Even if you never played this sim online please don't worry - we are always there to help you getting connected to the WOAC servers for playing. It's very easy. What you need to play with us is: 1) The Sierra/Dynamix flightsim Red Baron II or Red Baron 3D. In case you have RBII it must be patched to the 3D version which can be downloaded from the http:://www.redbaronplayers.com website. 2) We strongly recommend you to make use of a good joystick - for instance the MS Sidewinder Force Feedback stick, which also includes a rudder function. 3) A certain sense of comraderie and devotion to the Jasta. If you want to learn more about our online squadron please feel free to visit my simulation website by clicking on the SIMULATION button from my Jasta Boelcke website. Salute! Gaston Graf also known as: Otto Graf von Burberg, Oberst, CO of J2B (ggraf@vo.lu) Meet the Royal Prussian Fighter Squadron 2 "Boelcke" at: http://www.jastaboelcke.de PS: Lady pilots are also welcome indeed! ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 16:01:30 -0500 From: "Brian Nicklas" To: wwi@pease1.sr.unh.edu Subject: James Sadler Message-ID: 4 October 1784 James Sadler became the first English Aeronaut (balloonist), taking flight in a Montgolfier style balloon at Oxford. 1 October 1812 James Sadler attempts to make the first aerial crossing of the Irish Sea. Left Dublin, flew to Anglesey, but is blown back to sea and later rescued. His son Windham makes first successful flight 22 July 1817, crossing from Portobello to Holyhead, Wales. ------------------------------ Date: Fri, 12 Jan 2001 07:04:48 +1000 From: Shane Weier To: "'wwi@pease1.sr.unh.edu'" Subject: RE: Kits for kids, further thoughts... Message-ID: <7186131CB805D411A60E0090272F7C7101748A0D@mimhexch1.mim.com.au> Bob says: > Draw? How archaic. .. Adobe Illustrator/Photoshop. ... ...which answers Ernies questions: >Ok, I'll bite. What was his excuse? Clearly dead bodies don't interface with his Mac. Oughta get a real computer ;-) Shane ********************************************************************** The information contained in this e-mail is confidential and is intended only for the use of the addressee(s). If you receive this e-mail in error, any use, distribution or copying of this e-mail is not permitted. You are requested to forward unwanted e-mail and address any problems to the MIM Holdings Limited Support Centre. e-mail: supportcentre@mim.com.au phone: Australia 1800500646 ********************************************************************** ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 16:30:47 -0500 From: "Steven M.Perry" To: Subject: Re: New images Message-ID: <006501c07c15$c3a4f8a0$24f9aec7@default> > I just uploaded an extremely well done DH2 as done by Witold > Kozakiewicz. Excellent job! Beautiful work Witold! I do like the seat, very nice. sp ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 16:34:41 -0500 From: "Steven M.Perry" To: Subject: Re: Another Laskodi Gem at Modeling Madness Message-ID: <006b01c07c16$4f67c7a0$24f9aec7@default> > Bob's Blue Max Sopwith Dolphin is today's feature article at Modeling > Madness. > > http://modelingmadness.com/reviews/ww1/laskodidolphin.htm Great Dolphin Bob! I love the way the panels and hatches are done. If this doesn't spur Mr.Pearson to build an airplane, I don't know what will ;-) sp ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 17:18:28 EST From: TomTheAeronut@aol.com To: wwi@pease1.sr.unh.edu Subject: Re: long before OT so ot? Message-ID: <96.e981067.278f8b34@aol.com> In a message dated 1/11/01 3:22:14 PM EST, steve@oldglebe.freeserve.co.uk writes: << The First English Aeronaut and subsequently after the bicentenary in 1984 of his first flight on 4th October What did this man do to earn the epitaph? >> Hot air ballooning. He was the first to fly one in England in 1784, shortly after the Montgolfiers did it in Paris in 1783. Cheers, TC ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 17:15:07 -0500 From: "Michael S. Alvarado" To: wwi@pease1.sr.unh.edu Subject: Re: Kits for kids was Great website Message-ID: <3A5E306B.2DB52CC@bellatlantic.net> It think in my case it was brain flutter (or was that a brain f##t?) Alvie Rob & Sherry wrote: > Hey Alvie! > It was caused by fluttler............flutter of the finger tips as the > kids pet bunny bit my leg ;) > Rob----Rabbit stew anyone?? > > At 06:49 PM 1/10/2001 -0500, you wrote: > >I know all about those. I've had three of them in the past two years. Two of > >them back to back on my current effort which now as a result has dragged > on since > >July. > > > >Alvie > > > >Rob & Sherry wrote: > > > >> HAHAHA!!!! Ya'll are toooooooo much! > >> Rob- who just destroyed his lame attempt at the Roden DR.1 in a freak wing > >> failure accident ;-) > >> > >> At 12:48 AM 1/10/2001 -0500, you wrote: > >> >E mentions: > >> > > >> > > >> >> I once gave a presentation to a 4th grade class on the middle > >> >> ages. I brought > >> >> in a bunch of broad swords, axes, and chain mail for them to > >> >> handle. I also > >> >> taught them how to make their own chain mail. > >> >> Alas, it was all for naught. So far not one kid has been knighted. > >> > > >> >ROTFL > >> > > >> >Until 6 years ago our main local model contest was held in conjunction > with > >> >a more broadly based hobby show. At the last contest in that format we > were > >> >sited adjacent to a group from a Meieval Re-enaction Society conducting > some > >> >choreographed fights until someone let go of a wildly swinging bastard > sword > >> >which (luckily) went in the opposite direction from where I and a group of > >> >about to be judges were standing (thereby failing to damage the models !). > >> > > >> >Unluckily it mowed down an elderly gent and his wife. I don't know if the > >> >perpetrator got knighted, but the victims later joined the society ! > >> > > >> >IIRC another list member was there that day and won Model of Show with a > >> >1:28 scratchbuilt Fokker D.VIII Back OT - so there ! > >> > > >> >Shane > >> > > >> > > >> > > >> > > >> > > >> > > >> > > >> > > >> > > >> > > >> > > >> > > >> > > >> > > >> > > >> >********************************************************************** > >> >The information contained in this e-mail is confidential and is > >> >intended only for the use of the addressee(s). > >> >If you receive this e-mail in error, any use, distribution or > >> >copying of this e-mail is not permitted. You are requested to > >> >forward unwanted e-mail and address any problems to the > >> >MIM Holdings Limited Support Centre. > >> > > >> >e-mail: supportcentre@mim.com.au > >> >phone: Australia 1800500646 > >> >********************************************************************** > >> > > > > > ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 17:39:50 -0500 From: "Brian Nicklas" To: wwi@pease1.sr.unh.edu Subject: Re: travelogues/Curtiss Jenny Message-ID: There is a 1/72 Curtiss JN-4 Jenny from Pegasus. It is not listed on their website, so is no longer in production, but some shops may still have stocks. Squadron Mail Order may even have some. I know I have two and plans for them, but I'll check and see if I have three... Brian ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 18:03:21 EST From: BEN8800@aol.com To: wwi@pease1.sr.unh.edu Subject: Jenny JN-4D Rudder Message-ID: --part1_f5.66f25e1.278f95b9_boundary Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit OK guys, I need some help on my design of the 1:16 Jenny kit. The rudder I have is an all metal rudder patterned after the Jenny rudder which is made up of tubing. However, the caster is unable to cast the rudder because the diameter of the parts is too small. Consequently, I am looking for an alternative rudder. The Jenny at times did have a wooden rudder but I believe the trailing edge, actually the perimeter of the rudder is a v shaped piece. Everything else is wood. The only plan I have so such a rudder is Nieto plan of the Jenny. He describes the outer metal part but does not give dimensions of the apparent wood struts within the rudder. Does anyone on the list have a better plan or photographs of a Jenny mostly wooden rudder? Would appreciate any help. Ben Lankford Vienna, VA --part1_f5.66f25e1.278f95b9_boundary Content-Type: text/html; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit OK guys, I need some help on my design of the 1:16 Jenny kit. The rudder I
have is an all metal rudder patterned after the Jenny rudder which is made up
of tubing. However, the caster is unable to cast the rudder because the
diameter of the parts is too small. Consequently, I am looking for an
alternative rudder. The Jenny at times did have a wooden rudder but I believe
the trailing edge, actually the perimeter of the rudder is a v shaped piece.
Everything else is wood.

The only plan I have so such a rudder is Nieto plan of the Jenny. He
describes the outer metal part but does not give dimensions of the apparent
wood struts within the rudder.

Does anyone on the list have a better plan or photographs of a Jenny mostly
wooden rudder? Would appreciate any help.

Ben Lankford
Vienna, VA
--part1_f5.66f25e1.278f95b9_boundary-- ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 17:37:02 -0600 From: "DAVID BURKE" To: Subject: Re: Hasegawa D VII Message-ID: <00e801c07c28$8c445b40$a2e679a5@com> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Myles Miller" To: "Multiple recipients of list" Sent: Thursday, January 11, 2001 10:28 AM Subject: Hasegawa D VII > > Hello and Happy New Year from Austin, > > How does the Hasegawa Fokker D VII kit compare to the DML original? > Is it pretty much the same kit (complete w/ PE parts) packaged in a > different box? > > It doesn't seem to be mentioned among the D VII models in the gallery - so > I am wondering if it has some serious flaw. > > Thanks, > Myles It is EXACTLY THE SAME KIT. DB Plus some crappy dry-transfer loz. ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 18:01:10 -0600 From: "Kenneth Zelnick" To: Subject: Aeroclub Liberty V-12's Message-ID: <000d01c07c2a$c550ee60$8d2ab4d0@dell> Greetings, Has anyone seen Aeroclub's Liberty V-12 engines? How do they look? Does anyone have a pic they can scan in and e-mail to me? I've been trying to scratch one for a DH-10A, but so far the results are less than spectacular. TIA, Ken Zelnick ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 15:53:02 -0800 From: "Robert Fabris" To: Subject: Re: OT armchair pilots wanted! Message-ID: <00a001c07c29$a4c2b120$b739480c@garage> I have a sealed copy of the Red Baron CD by Sierra at ten bucks......Bob > this message is for those among you who play the wonderful OT flightsim RED > BARON 3D (or Red Baron II). If you play this sim online and if you want to > have more fun playing it together with other in an online squadron, I would > be most happy to hear from you offlist. We - my fellow Jasta pilots and > 1) The Sierra/Dynamix flightsim Red Baron II or Red Baron 3D. In case you > have RBII it must be patched to the 3D version which can be downloaded from > the http:://www.redbaronplayers.com website. ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 19:52:33 EST From: MAnde72343@aol.com To: wwi@pease1.sr.unh.edu Subject: Re: Aeroclub Liberty V-12's Message-ID: <78.f0c8b01.278faf51@aol.com> --part1_78.f0c8b01.278faf51_boundary Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit They look fine, much better than the resin Engines and Things parts. Merrill --part1_78.f0c8b01.278faf51_boundary Content-Type: text/html; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit They look fine, much better than the resin Engines and Things parts.
Merrill

--part1_78.f0c8b01.278faf51_boundary-- ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 11 Jan 2001 19:19:21 -0600 From: Ernest Thomas To: wwi@pease1.sr.unh.edu Subject: Re: Aeroclub Liberty V-12's Message-ID: <3A5E5B97.87518D27@bellsouth.net> Kenneth Zelnick wrote: > Greetings, > > Has anyone seen Aeroclub's Liberty V-12 engines? How do they look? Mine look real good. Sorry, but I don't have a scanner, or an image to scan even if I did have a scanner. E. ------------------------------ End of WWI Digest 2967 **********************