WWI Digest 3341 Topics covered in this issue include: 1) Rosemont's Spad A2 by Andreikor@aol.com 2) RE: re:slow list by "dfernet0" 3) RE: re:slow list by "dfernet0" 4) HTML was Re: RVHP Swallow by David Fleming 5) Re: slow list by David Fleming 6) RE: re:slow list by Mark Vaughan-Jackson 7) Modelbud Group Order Shipping! by Brent Theobald 8) Welcome back, Brent by MAnde72343@aol.com 9) Hobby Shops by Andreikor@aol.com 10) Happy Anniversary Sharon! by Andreikor@aol.com 11) RE: re:slow list by "dfernet0" 12) RE: Rosemont's Spad A2 by "Bittner, Matthew E. (KTR)~U" 13) RE: Welcome back, Brent by "Bittner, Matthew E. (KTR)~U" 14) RE: Hobby shops in south america by "dfernet0" 15) List Rhythms by MAnde72343@aol.com 16) Re: Looping the loup WAS: Inverted flight by "mdf@mars.ark.com" 17) Re: Hobby Shops by Allan Wright 18) Re: Looping the loup WAS: Inverted flight by MAnde72343@aol.com 19) Re: Hobby Shops by MAnde72343@aol.com 20) RE: List Rhythms by "Marcio Antonio Campos" 21) RE: Inexpensive air guage was Re: Correct Air Pressure for Future by John_Impenna@hyperion.com 22) RE: Jasta 18 (was List Rhythms) by "Lance Krieg" 23) Koster Aero Enterprises by John_Impenna@hyperion.com 24) Magazine Alert by REwing@aol.com 25) RE: Jasta 18 by "Marcio Antonio Campos" 26) Re: Koster Aero Enterprises by Al Superczynski 27) Re: Magazine Alert by "Bob Pearson" 28) Gotha G.IV *AND* AEG from Hi-Tech by "Sandy Adam" ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 11:47:08 EDT From: Andreikor@aol.com To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Rosemont's Spad A2 Message-ID: <88.62646cc.282428fc@aol.com> Hi all, Just received Barry's 1/72 resin Spad A2... IMHO, the best kit he's done yet... a real charmer! Not cheap at USD 29.95, and the decals are better replaced with Blue Rider's, but a must-have for divine scale lovers! Cheers, Andrei ------------------------------ Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 12:52:09 -0300 From: "dfernet0" To: Subject: RE: re:slow list Message-ID: <026201c0d4b2$2dadb580$4640a8c0@ssp.salud.rosario.gov.ar> Mark! > I would have piped up earlier but Friday's are murder in the newsroom. > It's 1 p.m. now and I've only just found time to read today's posts. You have to set your priorities properly! > Keeping this OT I've been busy drooling over the Marcos 1:24 Pfalz DIII kit > that arrived yesterday. Today I went out for some primer for the vac sheets > and this evening I go to experiment with paper thin birch wood shavings. > IF all goes well we have some interior paneling to play with. Remember that Pfalz fuselages are made with thin wooden strips gled togheter and not in panels as the Albatros > The Marcos kit is so utterly gorgeous I've got to wait until I get some > solid reference material. Check Windsock volume 9 #5 there's a review by Rimell. There's some accuracy troubles according to him. > This is a longterm labour of love type project. Are you going to marry it? D. ------------------------------ Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 12:55:58 -0300 From: "dfernet0" To: "ww1 list" Subject: RE: re:slow list Message-ID: <027401c0d4b2$cceb1700$4640a8c0@ssp.salud.rosario.gov.ar> Yes a worldwide list has its rythms as the planet has... I come to work early, read papers make notes but I have the Outlook on.... I catch up with list mail and have a few laughs while drinking coffee. Late on the morning I alternate meetings, report writing, phone calls and some other disgusting stuff, by noon have to do more stuff outside and then by mid evening I have an hour or so alone to arrange things for the next day morning (I just finished things for this week I hope) . I'm alone then so I can read mail as well. Ahh! I love fridays! D. ----- Original Message ----- From: Crawford Neil > It's fun watching the way the list rolls around the globe, I usually > spend mornings reading the list, I try and only do it while my jobs > are waiting for execution, I have to compile all my programs which > gives me lots of small breaks. Then around lunch I get some time to > answer them, by then Diego has woken up, and some of the early americans > are beginning, also I notice that we often get a burst of post from > Scotland around their lunchtime. If I'm running some heavy batch-jobs > in the afternoon I find time to write anything longer, by then of course > there is plenty of action, and I go home. Next morning I can read input > from the US main force, if I'm early Shane can still be on-line in Australia > or Bob Pearson on the west-coast of Canada. And then it all starts > again..... > /Neil ------------------------------ Date: Fri, 04 May 2001 16:08:58 +0100 From: David Fleming To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: HTML was Re: RVHP Swallow Message-ID: <3AF2C60A.8E1DA26D@dial.pipex.com> David Fleming wrote: > If anyone is building the Swallow, take care with > the tailplane - the elavator hinge line is so delicate, it separated when > I was trying to take the resin wafer off..
>
> Dave
> See what happens when you send messages from another PC........ ------------------------------ Date: Fri, 04 May 2001 16:56:49 +0100 From: David Fleming To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Re: slow list Message-ID: <3AF2D141.E67720D8@dial.pipex.com> dfernet0 wrote: > Yes a worldwide list has its rythms as the planet has... Of course, you can tell when those who don't have access at work come on board in the evenings as they get home, and watch as it spreads across the Continental US. As I finish for the day (5pm BST), Californians will just be getting to work. Now, as I work from home most days, I have either the best or worst of it - it's very easy to be distracted when your office and model room share the role depending on the time of day !!! Dave ------------------------------ Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 13:43:47 +0100 From: Mark Vaughan-Jackson To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: RE: re:slow list Message-ID: Diego wrote: > >You have to set your priorities properly! > My priorities are fine. . .my boss's on the other hand, are not. >Remember that Pfalz fuselages are made with thin wooden strips gled togheter >and not in panels as the Albatros > Would that be strips as is moulded into the Eduard Roland CII? Sort of diagonal strips? And were thei painted or varnished wood? > >Check Windsock volume 9 #5 there's a review by Rimell. There's some accuracy >troubles according to him. > Alas, don't have the Windsock (yet) .. >> This is a longterm labour of love type project. > >Are you going to marry it? >D. Tempting but I'm sure my wife would have something to say about that ;-) MVJ ------------------------------ Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 11:09:13 -0500 From: Brent Theobald To: "'wwi@wwi-models.org'" Subject: Modelbud Group Order Shipping! Message-ID: <4B9386E83999D411997100508BAF206A01608FC5@stamail.telecom.sna.samsung.com> This message is in MIME format. Since your mail reader does not understand this format, some or all of this message may not be legible. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C0D4B4.8FC55550 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Hey Gang, I finally have my act together and I sorted out the Modelbud order. We only have one problem. He sent one Fredrichshaven G.IIIa instead of a G.III. If someone would like to swap a G.III for a G.IIIa I would appreciate it. Please let me know pronto. The G.IIIa is cooler anyhow. It's the one with the biplane tail. Anyhow, I don't want to ship any of the Fredrichshavens until I have the G.III/G.IIIa problem fixed. For those of you who ordered kits other than the Fredrichshavens I am mailing your kits today. Matt Bittner: Please contact me with your mailing address. I need to send you your P-40 and your SVA 5. Later! Brent ------_=_NextPart_001_01C0D4B4.8FC55550 Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Modelbud Group Order Shipping!

Hey Gang,

I finally have my act together and I sorted out the = Modelbud order. We only have one problem. He sent one Fredrichshaven = G.IIIa instead of a G.III. If someone would like to swap a G.III for a = G.IIIa I would appreciate it. Please let me know pronto. The G.IIIa is = cooler anyhow. It's the one with the biplane tail. Anyhow, I don't want = to ship any of the Fredrichshavens until I have the G.III/G.IIIa = problem fixed. For those of you who ordered kits other than the = Fredrichshavens I am mailing your kits today.

Matt Bittner: Please contact me with your mailing = address. I need to send you your P-40 and your SVA 5.

Later!

Brent

------_=_NextPart_001_01C0D4B4.8FC55550-- ------------------------------ Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 12:17:20 EDT From: MAnde72343@aol.com To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Welcome back, Brent Message-ID: --part1_a6.139b68ca.28243010_boundary Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Brent, where are you these days, I assume you're home again, because you are sorting out the order, but you have been pretty quiet lately, and that's unusual. Merrill --part1_a6.139b68ca.28243010_boundary Content-Type: text/html; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Brent, where are you these days, I assume you're home again, because you are
sorting out the order, but you have been pretty quiet lately, and that's
unusual.
Merrill
--part1_a6.139b68ca.28243010_boundary-- ------------------------------ Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 12:18:06 EDT From: Andreikor@aol.com To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Hobby Shops Message-ID: Don't feel bad, guys! I live less than 15 miles from New York City and the best hobby shop for OT stuff is 2.5 hrs away... Rosemont. Their are a few shops within an hour's drive, but only good for sundries... paints, tools, etc., and, of course, mainline kits. I still rely 100% on mail order for all my OT kits Andrei Koribanics II 8 Falcon Place Wayne, NJ 07470 USA Voice/Fax: 973-696-9378 email: andreikor@aol.com ------------------------------ Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 12:19:53 EDT From: Andreikor@aol.com To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Happy Anniversary Sharon! Message-ID: <77.141eb875.282430a9@aol.com> Happy Anniversary on your first year of ordination, Sharon! Where do you minister? Cheers, Andrei ------------------------------ Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 13:28:09 -0300 From: "dfernet0" To: Subject: RE: re:slow list Message-ID: <001d01c0d4b7$351a65c0$4640a8c0@ssp.salud.rosario.gov.ar> MArk! > My priorities are fine. . .my boss's on the other hand, are not. Bosses are all the same all over the world. > Would that be strips as is moulded into the Eduard Roland CII? Sort of > diagonal strips? Exactly. Pfalz copied the method from former Roland designs they made on their factory. >And were thei painted or varnished wood? Good question. Chances are that the interior would have been painted, as in the rolands and as the Pflaz DXII in the pictures of the site (see Matt? I've checked!) but a wood colour inside must look nifty. In any case the small "instrument panel was clear varnished. > Alas, don't have the Windsock (yet) Tell me if you need a scan. > Tempting but I'm sure my wife would have something to say about that ;-) I figure! ;-) D. ------------------------------ Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 16:25:56 -0000 From: "Bittner, Matthew E. (KTR)~U" To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: RE: Rosemont's Spad A2 Message-ID: <850CD1B940F1D31181590000929B19DA016DB8A1@mail3.stratcom.mil> > -----Original Message----- > From: Andreikor@aol.com [mailto:Andreikor@aol.com] > Just received Barry's 1/72 resin Spad A2... IMHO, the best > kit he's done > yet... a real charmer! Not cheap at USD 29.95, and the decals > are better > replaced with Blue Rider's, but a must-have for divine scale lovers! Excellent. That means mine is not far behind. And I agree about replacing the decals - they're not French! ;-) Matt Bittner ------------------------------ Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 16:32:23 -0000 From: "Bittner, Matthew E. (KTR)~U" To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: RE: Welcome back, Brent Message-ID: <850CD1B940F1D31181590000929B19DA016DB8B0@mail3.stratcom.mil> > -----Original Message----- > From: MAnde72343@aol.com [mailto:MAnde72343@aol.com] > Brent, where are you these days, I assume you're home again, > because you are > sorting out the order, but you have been pretty quiet lately, > and that's > unusual. Boy, ain't that the truth. ;-) Matt Bittner ------------------------------ Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 13:42:34 -0300 From: "dfernet0" To: Subject: RE: Hobby shops in south america Message-ID: <006d01c0d4b9$38e45420$4640a8c0@ssp.salud.rosario.gov.ar> MArcio! > Oh, no! I hate samba! Will be starting to sambar in any moment with these economists! > only WW2 German planes are > easy to find here Just like here. Must be that Mercosur thing. ;-) D. ------------------------------ Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 12:42:35 EDT From: MAnde72343@aol.com To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: List Rhythms Message-ID: <31.144a494f.282435fb@aol.com> --part1_31.144a494f.282435fb_boundary Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit In the year or so I've been on the list, I have yet to spot any obvious rhythms, as despite the obvious time differences, I find myself guessing when and where messages were sent by the various members, some are obviously sending messages during "working" hours, others are at home in the evening, some send messages nearly around the clock, and I have never figured out what time it is for Shane, who is, if I understand it, 14 or 15 hours ahead of my US Central Time, but is 'around' in the afternoon here, which would have to be 4 or 5 AM for him. Diego and Marcio should be in the same or nearly the same time zone as me, but many of their messages are mucho/muinto early in the AM as well. The European contingent confuses me worse, they should be 6 to 8 hours ahead, but I see messages at 10 and 11 PM local, which has got to be 4 or 5 AM for them as well. Doesn't anybody sleep? Merrill --part1_31.144a494f.282435fb_boundary Content-Type: text/html; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit In the year or so I've been on the list, I have yet to spot any obvious
rhythms, as despite the obvious time differences, I find myself guessing when
and where  messages were sent by the various members, some are obviously
sending messages during "working" hours, others are at home in the evening,
some send messages nearly around the clock, and I have never figured out what
time it is for Shane, who is, if I understand it, 14 or 15 hours ahead of my
US Central Time, but is 'around' in the afternoon here, which would have to
be 4 or 5 AM for him. Diego and Marcio should be in the same or nearly the
same time zone as me, but many of their messages are mucho/muinto early in
the AM as well. The European contingent confuses me worse, they should be 6
to 8 hours ahead, but I see messages at 10 and 11 PM local, which has got to
be 4 or 5 AM for them as well. Doesn't anybody sleep?
Merrill
--part1_31.144a494f.282435fb_boundary-- ------------------------------ Date: Fri, 04 May 2001 12:50:43 -0400 From: "mdf@mars.ark.com" To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Re: Looping the loup WAS: Inverted flight Message-ID: <3AF2DDE3.F4AF47A4@mars.ark.com> From reading the contemporary reports, Pegoud's 'loop' was actually what we would call a barrel roll (he later did a proper loop though). Unfortuately there are not many eyewitnesses of Nesterov's loop, which got him arrested for endangering government property, only to be released when Pegoud's roll became famous. It would be several months after that before Pegoud would do a 'real' loop. Aerobatics were banned in the USAS SPAD's after the war when it was discovered that heavy manouvering caused the rigging bolts to pull through the wood, slacking the rigging, as they were not properly anchored (design flaw). Aerobatics after a combat flight is incredibly dangerous - a stray round may have caused unseen damage that won't make itself known until the aircraft is put under the stress of aerobatics. More than a few pilots discovered this a bit too late. Mike Fletcher Sharon Henderson wrote: > > I remember reading that MvR specifically forbade > aerobatic stunts, so there must have been some of it > happening.... :-) IIRC, his brother Lothar had a bit > of a reputation for "fancy flying" when he was in the > mood. > > Sharon, > Not Around Much While Job Searching > :-) > > --- Crawford Neil wrote: > > > Was there much of this in WW1? Were they so busy > > just flying the things that they didn't do a > > lot of advanced aerobatics? > > __________________________________________________ > Do You Yahoo!? > Yahoo! Auctions - buy the things you want at great prices > http://auctions.yahoo.com/ ------------------------------ Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 12:50:55 -0400 (EDT) From: Allan Wright To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Re: Hobby Shops Message-ID: <200105041650.MAA18840@pease1.sr.unh.edu> > Don't feel bad, guys! I live less than 15 miles from New York City and the > best hobby shop for OT stuff is 2.5 hrs away... Rosemont. Their are a few > shops within an hour's drive, but only good for sundries... paints, tools, > etc., and, of course, mainline kits. I still rely 100% on mail order for all > my OT kits Well I live an hour north of Boston and the nearest decent hobby shop for me is Rosemont too! At 8.5 hours drive I only make it there when I'm 'passing by'. Good thing Barry has a phone and e-mail! Al =============================================================================== Allan Wright Jr. | Without love life's just a long fight - Southside University of New Hampshire +-------------------------------------------------- Research Computing Center | WWI Modeling mailing list: wwi@wwi-models.org Internet: aew@unh.edu | WWI Modeling WWW Page: http://www.wwi-models.org =============================================================================== ------------------------------ Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 12:49:33 EDT From: MAnde72343@aol.com To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Re: Looping the loup WAS: Inverted flight Message-ID: --part1_b9.dd123cc.2824379d_boundary Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit The "classic" RFC/RAF poster was "The Last Loop" showing a German plane going down smoking, and a Camel looping above, with the tail falling off. Merrill --part1_b9.dd123cc.2824379d_boundary Content-Type: text/html; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit The "classic" RFC/RAF poster was "The Last Loop" showing a German plane going
down smoking, and a Camel looping above, with the tail falling off.
Merrill
--part1_b9.dd123cc.2824379d_boundary-- ------------------------------ Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 13:03:52 EDT From: MAnde72343@aol.com To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Re: Hobby Shops Message-ID: <25.14e5df0e.28243af8@aol.com> --part1_25.14e5df0e.28243af8_boundary Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit As has been discussed, the Hobby Shop is a dying institution, at least in the US. Here in Minneapolis, we had, as recently as five years ago, Six very good "plastic lovers" hobby shops, and now it's down to two and a half, and that's still better than anywhere else in the country. Fortunately, John Roll (Roll Models) lives in the area, so there is always a 'fix' available if you are patient, but I miss hanging out and fondling the kits in the store. Merrill --part1_25.14e5df0e.28243af8_boundary Content-Type: text/html; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit As has been discussed, the Hobby Shop is a dying institution, at least in the
US. Here in Minneapolis, we had, as recently as five years ago, Six very good
"plastic lovers" hobby shops, and now it's down to two and a half, and that's
still better than anywhere else in the country. Fortunately, John Roll (Roll
Models) lives in the area, so there is always a 'fix' available if you are
patient, but I miss hanging out and fondling the kits in the store.
Merrill
--part1_25.14e5df0e.28243af8_boundary-- ------------------------------ Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 15:05:01 -0300 From: "Marcio Antonio Campos" To: Subject: RE: List Rhythms Message-ID: <001001c0d4c4$cce03c60$351ba8c0@office.br.starmedia.com> Merrill, Yes, Diego and I are on the same time zone, but I write only from work (as you can see by my signature) :-))) I'm still looking for information on Jasta 18 decals and/or kits. I've discovered that Roden Fokker Dr.I has decals for Jasta 18 and there's a Blue Rider sheet of decals for 4 or 5 Fokker DVII of that squadron. But found nothing about Pfalz or Albatros airplanes yet. As an Edgar Allan Poe's fan, I thought it'd be nice for me to have some of these aircraft. Best regards from Brazil Marcio Antonio Campos Redator do GuiaSP StarMedia do Brasil marcio.campos@starmedia.net http://www.guiasp.com.br http://www.guiarj.com.br http://www.nacidade.com.br > -----Original Message----- > From: wwi@wwi-models.org [mailto:wwi@wwi-models.org]On Behalf Of > MAnde72343@aol.com > Sent: Sexta-feira, 4 de Maio de 2001 13:47 > To: Multiple recipients of list > Subject: List Rhythms > > > > --part1_31.144a494f.282435fb_boundary > Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" > Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit > > In the year or so I've been on the list, I have yet to spot > any obvious > rhythms, as despite the obvious time differences, I find > myself guessing when > and where messages were sent by the various members, some > are obviously > sending messages during "working" hours, others are at home > in the evening, > some send messages nearly around the clock, and I have never > figured out what > time it is for Shane, who is, if I understand it, 14 or 15 > hours ahead of my > US Central Time, but is 'around' in the afternoon here, which > would have to > be 4 or 5 AM for him. Diego and Marcio should be in the same > or nearly the > same time zone as me, but many of their messages are > mucho/muinto early in > the AM as well. The European contingent confuses me worse, > they should be 6 > to 8 hours ahead, but I see messages at 10 and 11 PM local, > which has got to > be 4 or 5 AM for them as well. Doesn't anybody sleep? > Merrill > > --part1_31.144a494f.282435fb_boundary > Content-Type: text/html; charset="US-ASCII" > Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit > > In the year or > so I've been on the list, I have yet to spot any obvious >
rhythms, as despite the obvious time differences, I find > myself guessing when >
and where  messages were sent by the various > members, some are obviously >
sending messages during "working" hours, others are at > home in the evening, >
some send messages nearly around the clock, and I have > never figured out what >
time it is for Shane, who is, if I understand it, 14 or > 15 hours ahead of my >
US Central Time, but is 'around' in the afternoon here, > which would have to >
be 4 or 5 AM for him. Diego and Marcio should be in the > same or nearly the >
same time zone as me, but many of their messages are > mucho/muinto early in >
the AM as well. The European contingent confuses me > worse, they should be 6 >
to 8 hours ahead, but I see messages at 10 and 11 PM > local, which has got to >
be 4 or 5 AM for them as well. Doesn't anybody sleep? >
Merrill
> > --part1_31.144a494f.282435fb_boundary-- ------------------------------ Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 14:09:47 -0400 From: John_Impenna@hyperion.com To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: RE: Inexpensive air guage was Re: Correct Air Pressure for Future Message-ID: Jim & Lee, I have a similar setup to Lee's that has been working quite well. I have an old Sears 3/4 h.p. compressor which maxes out at 100psi. I now have a separate room as a workshop and all of sudden, the compressor became extremely LOUD. Added to that , I live in an attached townhouse and like modeling late in the evenings, I needed a quieter air source. Not wanting to go for a lung for a quiet source of air(not bad, hah?), I went to Walmart and purchased an Airworks 12gal air tank. I installed the pressure gauge from the compressor on it. It will take up to 125psi per fill. I now fill the tank to between 90 and 100psi and have a truly silent air source. The only noise is the hissing of the air brush. The air pressure is consistent. When set for 25psi, it delivers 25psi. The tank only needs to be refilled when it gets down to about 35psi, assuming you are using less than that for spraying pressure. I have a water trap installed on the hose(Paasche airbrush) about 6-8 inches below the airbrush, just in case. Since the compressor is only used to fill the tank, it really doesn't overheat and so far, I have not had any moisture. I get enough air in the tank for several spraying sessions. I once tried testing how long a tank full of air would last and I sprayed at 27psi for 5 full minutes and it only depleted the tank from 90psi to 80psi!!! It seems like 40-45 minutes of "air-time" is possible from a full tank. I usually fill the tank if I know I am going to be working late. So far, this has worked really well. Also, if the compressor ever craps out, you can take the tank to a local gas station and fill it there. Short of buying a silent-air compressor(sometime before I die!!!), this seems to be one of the only truly "silent" air sources. Just another possible solution. Regards, John ------------------------------ Date: Fri, 04 May 2001 13:41:40 -0500 From: "Lance Krieg" To: Subject: RE: Jasta 18 (was List Rhythms) Message-ID: Marcio, I believe that once you have a suitable raven/chick decal for the fuselage side, you would be able to make triplanes, D.VIIs or Albatros D.V/Va for that squadron. Which pilot do you want to do? Raabe? Do you have the references for the different Jasta 18 pilots? Lance ------------------------------ Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 14:44:32 -0400 From: John_Impenna@hyperion.com To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Koster Aero Enterprises Message-ID: Hi All, Is the address on the site still good for Koster? I have a couple of kits to order. TIA. Regards, John ------------------------------ Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 14:48:36 EDT From: REwing@aol.com To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Magazine Alert Message-ID: --part1_a4.139a8be7.28245384_boundary Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit I wanted to let everyone know that the new issue of *WINGS*, June 2001, Vol.31 No.3 is out and is entirely on World War I aviation. Peter Bowers does one article and another is written by Anson McCullough. Lots and lots of photos including color! Also thanks to Hans, Mike, and Nigel on their answers to my Jasta 19 question. I guess I'll let it be for now and go with Dicta Ira. -Rick- List Librarian --part1_a4.139a8be7.28245384_boundary Content-Type: text/html; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
 I wanted to let everyone know that the new issue of *WINGS*, June 2001,
Vol.31 No.3 is out and is entirely on World War I aviation.  Peter Bowers
does one article and another is written by Anson McCullough. Lots and lots of
photos including color!
    Also thanks to Hans, Mike, and Nigel on their answers to my Jasta 19
question.  I guess I'll let it be for now and go with Dicta Ira.

-Rick-
List Librarian

--part1_a4.139a8be7.28245384_boundary-- ------------------------------ Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 15:51:44 -0300 From: "Marcio Antonio Campos" To: Subject: RE: Jasta 18 Message-ID: <000b01c0d4cb$447a76e0$351ba8c0@office.br.starmedia.com> > Marcio, I believe that once you have a suitable raven/chick > decal for the fuselage side, you would be able to make > triplanes, D.VIIs or Albatros D.V/Va for that squadron. > > Which pilot do you want to do? Raabe? Do you have the > references for the different Jasta 18 pilots? > > Lance Hi, Lance! I have no references yet. I saw the Jasta 18 plane in my Red Baron II game and had the idea of doing it. Today I started looking at Altavista.com and Bob's website, and found a plane with a black skull and another one, very funny, with a raven among many chicken. Best regards from Brazil Marcio Antonio Campos Redator do GuiaSP StarMedia do Brasil marcio.campos@starmedia.net http://www.guiasp.com.br http://www.guiarj.com.br http://www.nacidade.com.br ------------------------------ Date: Fri, 04 May 2001 13:57:04 -0500 From: Al Superczynski To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Re: Koster Aero Enterprises Message-ID: On Fri, 4 May 2001 14:49:48 -0400 (EDT), John wrote: >Is the address on the site still good for Koster? I have a couple of kits >to order. Bill now has Internet access. His email address is wkoster2@home.com . HTH, Al ------------------------------ Date: Fri, 04 May 2001 12:00:26 -0700 From: "Bob Pearson" To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Re: Magazine Alert Message-ID: <200105041050.f44AowK04067@mail.rapidnet.net> The previous WW1 issues of WINGS have had glaring errors. . how does this one stack up? Having said that .. Dec'74 is still one of the best issues - Albatros Fighters Bob ---------- >From: REwing@aol.com >To: Multiple recipients of list >Subject: Magazine Alert >Date: Fri, May 4, 2001, 11:54 am > > > --part1_a4.139a8be7.28245384_boundary > Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" > Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit > > > I wanted to let everyone know that the new issue of *WINGS*, June 2001, > Vol.31 No.3 is out and is entirely on World War I aviation. Peter Bowers > does one article and another is written by Anson McCullough. Lots and lots of > photos including color! > Also thanks to Hans, Mike, and Nigel on their answers to my Jasta 19 > question. I guess I'll let it be for now and go with Dicta Ira. > > -Rick- > List Librarian > > > --part1_a4.139a8be7.28245384_boundary > Content-Type: text/html; charset="US-ASCII" > Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit > > >
 I wanted to let everyone know that the new issue of *WINGS*, June 2001, >
Vol.31 No.3 is out and is entirely on World War I aviation.  Peter Bowers >
does one article and another is written by Anson McCullough. Lots and lots of >
photos including color! >
    Also thanks to Hans, Mike, and Nigel on their > answers to my Jasta 19 >
question.  I guess I'll let it be for now and go with Dicta Ira. >
>

-Rick- >
List Librarian >

> > --part1_a4.139a8be7.28245384_boundary-- > ------------------------------ Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 20:19:44 +0100 From: "Sandy Adam" To: "AAA - WWI Modelling List" Subject: Gotha G.IV *AND* AEG from Hi-Tech Message-ID: <005701c0d4cf$a8dabc40$32e8b094@sandyada> Looks like we're getting both an affordable Gotha and an AEG from HiTech - reply to my query to Hannants, pasted below - At 15:45 01/05/01 +0100, you wrote: >I see from your webpage a 1/48 Gotha G.IV anounced from HiTech. Is this >correct? YES > I know they have announced a 1/48 AEG G.IV which you do not show. Hi Tech asked us not to advertise it as they did not know when it would be released. We will have it. >(Squadron had picture of AEG box so I know its coming sometime.) >Reason for question is that I would like to advance order either or both of >these kits. We can accept an advance order provided you are paying using your credit card. We do not know the prices yet. Please let me know if this is o.k. Thanks Nigel Hannant ------------------------------ End of WWI Digest 3341 **********************