WWI Digest 4307 Topics covered in this issue include: 1) your 1/48 Parabellum?? by CAUhlir@aol.com 2) Re: CSM A.II by Mario Didier 3) RE: Albatros Pubs. Fabric Specials/Opinions Please by "Diego Fernetti" 4) Re:Best Red Aircraft by "Diego Fernetti" 5) Re: shadow shading on Italian Nie serials by Jan Vihonen 6) Books by =?iso-8859-1?Q?Martin_H=E9ctor_AFFLITTO_ECHAG=FCE?= 7) RE: Albatros Pubs. Fabric Specials/Opinions Please by xtv16@dial.pipex.com 8) Re: RV: Bollettino 10/02 by Lubos.Vinar@deltax.cz 9) Today is your Lucky day! by "Billy Ray" 10) Re: DH-2 propeller by "Neil Eddy" 11) Re: Albatros Pubs. Fabric Specials/Opinions Please by John_Impenna@hyperion.com 12) CSM ANNOUNCEMENT by ERIC HIGHT 13) Interesting Books by David Fleming 14) OT in latest SAM by "Graham Hunter" 15) Re: german instruments by "Lance Krieg" 16) Gotha G.III cockpit by "Lance Krieg" 17) Re: DH-2 propeller by "Michael Kendix" 18) Re: New Kit Company-Maybe by "Hans Trauner" 19) Re: DH-2 propeller by "Neil Eddy" 20) Re: DH-2 propeller by "Diego Fernetti" 21) Re: Death of Albert Ball via Lothar R.? by bill anthony 22) Re: german instruments by "Diego Fernetti" 23) Latest Pegasus News by "Hans Trauner" 24) Re: Nieuport Triplane by "Brent Theobald" 25) Pegasus Phoenix D-I, first impressions by "Hans Trauner" 26) Re: DH-2 propeller by "Michael Kendix" 27) Re: Latest Pegasus News (SE5a) by bill anthony 28) Re: Latest Pegasus News (SE5a) by "Graham Hunter" 29) Re: Latest Pegasus News (SE5a) by "Diego Fernetti" ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Thu, 4 Apr 2002 00:13:27 EST From: CAUhlir@aol.com To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: your 1/48 Parabellum?? Message-ID: <1ad.24ece0.29dd3af7@aol.com> Eric, I have your 1/48 parabellem kit here that came along withj the JaegerRumplr. For the life of me I can't seem to find any instructions or part ID for the assembly. Can you help me out?? Candice ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 04 Apr 2002 08:22:36 +0200 From: Mario Didier To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Re: CSM A.II Message-ID: <3CABF12C.2060203@inwind.it> ERIC HIGHT wrote: >listees, >for those of you who ordered a taube they were shipped today. >thanks again > > >AAARRGHHH, I missed your e-mail being in vacation, may I ask you to reserve one for me, I have changed my credit card, may I send it or you prefer a money order?. > My best wishes. Mario Didier > > > ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 4 Apr 2002 09:06:33 -0300 From: "Diego Fernetti" To: Subject: RE: Albatros Pubs. Fabric Specials/Opinions Please Message-ID: <00af01c1dbd1$29e7f600$4640a8c0@ssp.salud.rosario.gov.ar> Todd! I have just the Richtofen Circus book. It's very good and very useful when deciding the finish of a certain aircraft. As it is focused on paint schemes, there's no much regarding to specifications of aircraft but also shows some pictures wich wouldn't get inside a datafile as they're too specific of an unit or doesn't show the crispyness of the bif datafile photos, just an intersting paint scheme. Hope one day Rimell would do a Jasta 5 or a Cigognes Fabric Specials. D. ----- Original Message ----- From: Todd Hayes To: Multiple recipients of list Sent: Wednesday, April 03, 2002 10:50 PM Subject: [WWI] Albatros Pubs. Fabric Specials/Opinions Please > Esteemed Listees, > > I've considered purchasing the Fabric Specials on > several occassions. What are your opinions on the > general usefullness of these volumns? Why? > > Todd > > __________________________________________________ > Do You Yahoo!? > Yahoo! Tax Center - online filing with TurboTax > http://taxes.yahoo.com/ > ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 4 Apr 2002 09:14:17 -0300 From: "Diego Fernetti" To: Subject: Re:Best Red Aircraft Message-ID: <013f01c1dbd2$3e27dee0$4640a8c0@ssp.salud.rosario.gov.ar> Bob! > Silly man, there is your answer right there. ... Nieuports when Matt's > away, SPADs when Neil's away .. lucky me, I like it all. . Lucky? When you're away you loose ALL the threads that would interest you! ;-) I'm quite cool, as I like just Naglo quadruplanes and they rarely surface on the discussions. D. ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 04 Apr 2002 15:46:40 +0300 From: Jan Vihonen To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Re: shadow shading on Italian Nie serials Message-ID: <3CAC4B30.49C9CEE5@helsinki.fi> Alberto Casirati wrote: > This is a very interesting topic, for me at least. > For me, too. > Personally, I believe light grey is a better alternative, but light blue > could have been used, too. > Coming from Alberto I take this as prevalent trth about the matter. And it will be easier to do in 1/72. ;-) > Just my two cents of course. > For me it's worth two euros, at least. :-) Thank you, Alberto. Jan ------------------------------ Date: Wed, 3 Apr 2002 21:53:27 -0300 From: =?iso-8859-1?Q?Martin_H=E9ctor_AFFLITTO_ECHAG=FCE?= To: "WWI List" Subject: Books Message-ID: <004101c1db73$218d12a0$2b31e818@fibertel.com.ar> Hey listees, In the "Camden" book list I'm looking at this books: Bentley BR2 ( Building the bentley BR2 World war I Rotary arero engines) And of course, at Clerget patent Aero engines Air technicals notes Vol 1 - Engines Air technicals notes Vol 2- Rigging etc.................... http://www.camdenmin.co.uk/ ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 04 Apr 2002 13:57:25 +0100 From: xtv16@dial.pipex.com To: Subject: RE: Albatros Pubs. Fabric Specials/Opinions Please Message-ID: <1017925045.3cac4db56ab9c@netmail.pipex.net> I've got the British Colours & markings one, which is very useful if you like British subjects.. regards, David Fleming ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 4 Apr 2002 16:16:33 +0200 From: Lubos.Vinar@deltax.cz To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Re: RV: Bollettino 10/02 Message-ID: I sent one Morane Saulnier AC to Bob for IM review. And 1/72 Mosca MB bis from Omega, some 1/72 Fokker Eindeckers from HR models and 1/48 Pfalz A.I(A.II) from HR Models too. LVi >> Odpovězte prosím - wwi@wwi-models.org Odesláno kým: wwi@wwi-models.org Od: tbittners@sprintmail.com@wwi-models.org 02.04.2002 17:41:24 Komu: Multiple recipients of list Kopie: Předmět: [WWI] Re: RV: Bollettino 10/02 On Tue, 2 Apr 2002 10:23:06 -0500 (EST), Diego Fernetti wrote: >OMEGA MODELS >72077 MORANE SAULNIER AC I know for a fact that this has not been released yet, so don't be fooled. Soon, hopefully, but it's hard to tell when. 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------------------------------ Date: Fri, 5 Apr 2002 00:32:06 +1000 From: "Neil Eddy" To: Subject: Re: DH-2 propeller Message-ID: Has anyone complained to Chris Gannon re this problem? I'm surprised that this hasn't been corrected or a replacement provided. All the Best Neil E ---------- > From: Michael Kendix > >From: Peter Mullin > > >Anyone have a recommendation on an appropriate 1:72 scale 4-blade > > >pusher-style prop? I've just realized that if I'm going to build the > > >Pegasus DH.2 as per the kit decals, I'm gonna need a 4-blader. > > Yes, isn't that a blasted nuisance! Not only is it two-blade but it's > backward. > > Michael > > _________________________________________________________________ > Get your FREE download of MSN Explorer at http://explorer.msn.com/intl.asp. ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 4 Apr 2002 09:49:30 -0500 From: John_Impenna@hyperion.com To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Re: Albatros Pubs. Fabric Specials/Opinions Please Message-ID: Hi Todd, While not being a nitpicker on plan dimensions(I'm okay with a few mm here and there), I find them to be excellent resources...I have most of them, and find the photos, profiles and detail drawings and pictures to be excellent. IMHO, they are probably the best buys out there for the amount of real reference that each one provides...YMMV! Regards, John P.S. Unfortunately, Hannants is about the best place to purchase these....I have actually bitten the bullet and waited until I hit there "Holy Minimum" and ordered a bunch...I saved quite a bit as the few places here in the states charge full cover price for them...I saved a lot, even with the postage. ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 04 Apr 2002 07:46:15 -0700 From: ERIC HIGHT To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: CSM ANNOUNCEMENT Message-ID: <5.1.0.14.0.20020404073901.009fe3f0@pop.amug.org> listlanders, it seems that i picked a bad weekend to announce the release of the taube due to holidays. so here it is again. our etrich a.ii taube(k1016) is now available. it is 47.99usd and with your dicta ira it is 43.19. as usual there is a minor problem with the pe fret(1small part is missing) and there will be a supplemental fret to correct this and should be ready in a week or two. i am also out of stock on the props for it and will have more of them shortly. thanks again for your support. regards, eric ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 04 Apr 2002 15:45:08 +0100 From: David Fleming To: Multiple recipients of list Subject: Interesting Books Message-ID: <3CAC66F3.9A5B35DF@dial.pipex.com> Picked up a couple of interesting books at the Library today. Model aeroplanes of World War 1 by Graham Goodchild - basically about scratchbuilding WW1 aircraft using balsa & plastic card, mainly 1/48thish aircraft, but a 1/72ndish Felixstowe F2A as well. Drawings and materials requirements included. On a quick look, interesting tips include how to make corrugated plastic card for a Junkers D1. British Military Transport 1829-1956 by David Fletcher (Tank Museum series) - interesting history of UK MT, including lots on pre and OT trucks etc. More as I read these !! dave ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 4 Apr 2002 09:12:07 -0600 From: "Graham Hunter" To: Subject: OT in latest SAM Message-ID: <000201c1dbeb$16b76600$770101c0@ghunter> I was in Chapters earlier this week and the latest issue (don't remember Vol/issue #'s) of SAM has a very nice 1/48 scale drawing of the Bristol M1.C and a review of the Blue Max Kit. Regards, Graham ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 04 Apr 2002 09:11:19 -0600 From: "Lance Krieg" To: Subject: Re: german instruments Message-ID: Okay, Diego, here are some diameters for German instruments as might be used on the E.V-D.VIII: Tachometer - my measure is for a Phylax, tho - 106mm diameter, 60mm deep case Bosch Magneto switch - 84mm diameter Absolute Fuel Gauge - 66.25mm diamter Bohar altimeter -82mm diameter Goerz altimeter- 91mm diameter Fuess altimeter - 94mm diameter ; a second example is 96.5mm diameter Armee compass- 115mm diameter All tof these are white-faced instruments, and the measure is for the glass face only, not the bezel. As Lee mentioned yesterday, these were not dash-mounted, but clipped to the airframe. Note the tachometer was mounted above the rudder pedals, NOT between the guns. Good cockpit details (or the best I could find) in: WWIAero 123 (page 76), 167 (page 51), 168 (page 57) Windsock 7/1(page 18) HTH Lance ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 04 Apr 2002 09:16:26 -0600 From: "Lance Krieg" To: Subject: Gotha G.III cockpit Message-ID: Paul was looking for info on this, which I stumbled on last night: There is a very decent picture of the Gotha G.III pilot's cockpit and dashboard, with its outboard throttle arrangement, in Windsock 17/2, page 23. Serendipity strikes again... Lance ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 04 Apr 2002 15:17:45 From: "Michael Kendix" To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Re: DH-2 propeller Message-ID: >From: "Neil Eddy" >Has anyone complained to Chris Gannon re this problem? I'm surprised >that >this hasn't been corrected or a replacement provided. Personally, I cannot be bothered. I have a few of his kits and I started the DH2 - I could have dealt with the prop thing one way or another - but I put it back in the box. The plastic is really thick and my attempts to thin the cockpit/nacelle walls resulted in an uneven job. The only time I ordered direct from Pegasus, (the DH2 and some decals) the order was filled and arrived in a reasonable amount of time. But since I'm not motivated to build any of their kits, I couldn't give a damn. Michael _________________________________________________________________ Get your FREE download of MSN Explorer at http://explorer.msn.com/intl.asp. ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 4 Apr 2002 17:23:00 +0200 From: "Hans Trauner" To: Subject: Re: New Kit Company-Maybe Message-ID: <004a01c1dbec$9b860160$abab72d4@FRITZweb> > > In a message dated 4/3/2002 3:57:29 PM Central Standard Time, > hans.trauner@nefkom.net writes: > > > > It's already around. From one of those 'now-you-see-me-now-you-don't' > > eastern european firms. I was not able to obtain one yet, but it is there > > ( or planned??) > > > > Yes Hans, but I want one right now. :) > Glen > Me too! I still have some room in my storage compartment.... H. ------------------------------ Date: Fri, 5 Apr 2002 01:31:14 +1000 From: "Neil Eddy" To: Subject: Re: DH-2 propeller Message-ID: Michael; Fair enough response, though I guess letting him know of the disatisfaction is the only way to get it changed. All the Best Neil ---------- > From: Michael Kendix > To: Multiple recipients of list > Subject: [WWI] Re: DH-2 propeller > Date: Friday, 5 April 2002 1:20 > > >From: "Neil Eddy" > > >Has anyone complained to Chris Gannon re this problem? I'm surprised >that > >this hasn't been corrected or a replacement provided. > > Personally, I cannot be bothered. I have a few of his kits and I started > the DH2 - I could have dealt with the prop thing one way or another - but I > put it back in the box. The plastic is really thick and my attempts to thin > the cockpit/nacelle walls resulted in an uneven job. The only time I > ordered direct from Pegasus, (the DH2 and some decals) the order was filled > and arrived in a reasonable amount of time. But since I'm not motivated to > build any of their kits, I couldn't give a damn. > > Michael > > _________________________________________________________________ > Get your FREE download of MSN Explorer at http://explorer.msn.com/intl.asp. ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 4 Apr 2002 12:41:54 -0300 From: "Diego Fernetti" To: Subject: Re: DH-2 propeller Message-ID: <024801c1dbef$3f108b00$4640a8c0@ssp.salud.rosario.gov.ar> Michael! > The plastic is really thick and my attempts to thin > the cockpit/nacelle walls resulted in an uneven job. May I ask how you did it? I may be able to help you about that. > But since I'm not motivated to > build any of their kits, I couldn't give a damn. That's what I feel with Merlin kits, and I know that there are people who build them! D. ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 4 Apr 2002 07:43:11 -0800 (PST) From: bill anthony To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Re: Death of Albert Ball via Lothar R.? Message-ID: <20020404154311.21584.qmail@web13007.mail.yahoo.com> Sandy, Thanks for the information, that description pretty much makes sense of what may have happened that day. I just wonder if Lothar actually got a few shots off at Ball. Sounds like he (Ball) did lose his orientation though causing him to crash. Bill A. --- Sandy Adam wrote: > Hi Bill > I'm in digest mode, so forgive me if others have > already answered this for > you. > > It seems to be generally accepted now that Ball and > LvR did clash that day > and several well researched current accounts believe > that LvR was shot down > by Ball, but survived the crash. It appears Ball's > aircraft was undamaged > from the fight, but was seen to emerge from low > cloud inverted before > crashing. He may have lost his orientation in the > cloud and crashed by > accident, with fatal consequences. > So Ball won - but lost; and Richt lost - but won! > The result of the day's > flying was Ball dead and LvR alive - obviously the > German propaganda machine > made maximum use of the obvious conclusion - and > given the final result > there is no doubt that LvR had the better day! > HTH > Sandy > > > > Hello all, I have just joined the wwi mailing list > and > > am pretty much an off and on novice modeller. > > Anyway, just wanted to ask, I glanced over a book > at > > Borders book store I believe called "Richtofen > Fighter > > Wing". Happened to glance at a part saying Lothar > > Richtofen claimed to have killed British Ace > Albert > > Ball. > > Just wondering since I thought Albert Ball's > death > > was unknown? Was he really killed by Lothar? Any > > good evidence about this? > > Thanks, > > Bill A. > > > > > > __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Yahoo! Tax Center - online filing with TurboTax http://taxes.yahoo.com/ ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 4 Apr 2002 12:48:48 -0300 From: "Diego Fernetti" To: Subject: Re: german instruments Message-ID: <024e01c1dbf0$35b6f020$4640a8c0@ssp.salud.rosario.gov.ar> Thanks a lot Lance! This is great stuff. The main references of my friend of the cockpit are the pictures of Herr Mensinger himself. However Néstor needed some kind of scale comparison for them as the pictures of interiors usually don't have any element that may help you to scale the components. The instrument cases will be turned in a lathe by another friend, the gimbal done also in brass sheet and I'll print the dials in photo paper. My friend is assembling the main fuselage structure components so as soon as the parts become recognizable he promised pictures. He's making the plane from scratch, using a few different sets of scale plans. D. ----- Original Message ----- From: Lance Krieg To: Multiple recipients of list Sent: Thursday, April 04, 2002 12:14 PM Subject: [WWI] Re: german instruments > Okay, Diego, here are some diameters for German instruments as might > be used on the E.V-D.VIII: > > Tachometer - my measure is for a Phylax, tho - 106mm diameter, 60mm > deep case > Bosch Magneto switch - 84mm diameter > Absolute Fuel Gauge - 66.25mm diamter > Bohar altimeter -82mm diameter > Goerz altimeter- 91mm diameter > Fuess altimeter - 94mm diameter ; a second example is 96.5mm diameter > Armee compass- 115mm diameter > > All tof these are white-faced instruments, and the measure is for the > glass face only, not the bezel. > > As Lee mentioned yesterday, these were not dash-mounted, but clipped > to the airframe. Note the tachometer was mounted above the > rudder pedals, NOT between the guns. > > Good cockpit details (or the best I could find) in: > > WWIAero 123 (page 76), 167 (page 51), 168 (page 57) > Windsock 7/1(page 18) > > HTH > > Lance > ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 4 Apr 2002 18:01:59 +0200 From: "Hans Trauner" To: Subject: Latest Pegasus News Message-ID: <008e01c1dbf2$0f277fe0$abab72d4@FRITZweb> Listees, I have just got the Phoenix D-I by Pegasus. Later more! Here are the 2002 / 2003 plans by Chris, according to the leaflet he included in this kit: Pegasus PEG 2024 SPAD VII PEG 2025 SE5a ( 'first accurate kit', Chris states. His' or of a SE 5a?) PEG 4012 Bristol Fighter PEG 4013 Manshu Ki 98 PEG 5005 Junkers CL. I PEG Decals: R.F.C. Serials in 72 & 48 ( Revised) Blue Max BM 117 Roland D. VIb BM 205 American D.H.4 BM 206 AVRO 504 K Decals: BM D07 German Nat. Markings Vol 1 ( Cross Patee) BM D0B German Nat Marking Vol 2 ( Iron Cross) ( ?? Cross Patee ARE Eiserne Kreuze! He means Balkenkreuze, I presume) Silver Cloud Martin Baker MB5 , Hawker Hart Grap your money purses! Start to think about excuses! Prolong your VISA cards! Hans ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 04 Apr 2002 16:16:55 +0000 From: "Brent Theobald" To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Re: Nieuport Triplane Message-ID: Howdy! One was entered in the Roll Models Weekly Contest a few weeks ago: http://www.rollmodels.net/contest/badger/607.htm I think it's only the second French aircraft submitted. Later! Brent _________________________________________________________________ Join the world’s largest e-mail service with MSN Hotmail. http://www.hotmail.com ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 4 Apr 2002 18:20:25 +0200 From: "Hans Trauner" To: Subject: Pegasus Phoenix D-I, first impressions Message-ID: <009601c1dbf4$a0dc9b80$abab72d4@FRITZweb> Listees, Pegasus' Phoenix reached me today. I always enjoy this Kit-Kit, as usual you have to fold the cardboard box yourself to get a 'real' kit. The kit parts are Pegasus at it's best. The outline matches the drawing in the Datafile to 99,8 %, there are slightest discrepancies at the fuselage. ( But I don't check the drawings, I confess...) Ailerons are seperate parts, which may be good for the 'animated' style lover, but makes it harder to convert it to a D.II. No struts, as usual, just these bended soft plastic pieces plus some steel wires. The latter are hard to cut and file to streamlined finish, so I would opt for brass material. The white metal parts are moulded in ' A to B' grade, but they are heavily bended ( as usual....&%§!) There are three additional parts on the standard plastic sprue which I can't identify. Chris says that are not needed, but I can't say if they are for a D.II project. I don't think so. Decals are for a red-white-red striped naval version and for a Linke-Crawford machine. ( What else...?). I have problems to track these particular paint schemes down, as I only have the old Profile and the Datafile. The Naval machine is marked J.4, with the usual crowned coat-of-arms on the rudder. No white 'flash' on the fuselage. The Linke-Crawford machine seems to be a later version of the aircraft depicted in the Datafile Page 8. The Datafile version has NO black fuselage band, but Crosses with white borders and a hand-painted Iron Crosses on the wheel covers. The Pegasus version has a black band below the 'L' , no wheel crosses and no white borders on the crosses. Pegasus inticates that this is the same machine, but later in the career. Aha. So, the kit causes mixed feelings, as usual. Good details, some flash, but the strut work always makes my heart heavy... Hans ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 04 Apr 2002 16:43:59 From: "Michael Kendix" To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Re: DH-2 propeller Message-ID: >From: "Diego Fernetti" >Michael! > > The plastic is really thick and my attempts to thin > > the cockpit/nacelle walls resulted in an uneven job. > >May I ask how you did it? I may be able to help you about that. I used a combination of manual sanding with sand paper and files plus the Dremel. Just looked kind of crappy so I became fed up with it and went onto something I thought'd be more enjoyable, namely the HB-B.1, which in turn I really messed up and binned. Next up was a Toko Strutter that turned out fine. And so it goes:). > > But since I'm not motivated to > > build any of their kits, I couldn't give a damn. > >That's what I feel with Merlin kits, and I know that there are people >who >build them! Right, there are folks who like to build Pegasus kits too and that's cool. They got their bag, I got mine.:) Michael _________________________________________________________________ Join the world’s largest e-mail service with MSN Hotmail. http://www.hotmail.com ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 4 Apr 2002 09:00:41 -0800 (PST) From: bill anthony To: wwi@wwi-models.org Subject: Re: Latest Pegasus News (SE5a) Message-ID: <20020404170041.44005.qmail@web13007.mail.yahoo.com> Hello Hans, Wound the new Pegasus SE5a be in 1/72 scale or 1/48 scale? I hope it is 1/72 scale as I don't there is one currently availible (right?). I would love to get my hands of a 1/72 scale SE5a thats for sure. I really wish Eduard would sell one! Thanks, Bill A. --- Hans Trauner wrote: > Listees, > I have just got the Phoenix D-I by Pegasus. Later > more! > > Here are the 2002 / 2003 plans by Chris, according > to the leaflet he > included in this kit: > > Pegasus > PEG 2024 SPAD VII > PEG 2025 SE5a ( 'first accurate kit', Chris > states. His' or of a SE 5a?) > PEG 4012 Bristol Fighter > PEG 4013 Manshu Ki 98 > PEG 5005 Junkers CL. I > > PEG Decals: R.F.C. Serials in 72 & 48 ( Revised) > > Blue Max > BM 117 Roland D. VIb > BM 205 American D.H.4 > BM 206 AVRO 504 K > > Decals: > BM D07 German Nat. Markings Vol 1 ( Cross Patee) > BM D0B German Nat Marking Vol 2 ( Iron Cross) ( ?? > Cross Patee ARE Eiserne > Kreuze! He means Balkenkreuze, I presume) > > Silver Cloud > Martin Baker MB5 , Hawker Hart > > Grap your money purses! Start to think about > excuses! Prolong your VISA > cards! > Hans > > __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Yahoo! Tax Center - online filing with TurboTax http://taxes.yahoo.com/ ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 4 Apr 2002 11:10:05 -0600 From: "Graham Hunter" To: Subject: Re: Latest Pegasus News (SE5a) Message-ID: <000801c1dbfb$918d10e0$770101c0@ghunter> Bill, Pegasus equals 1/72nd Blue Max equals 1/48th Both from Chris Gannon ------------------------------ Date: Thu, 4 Apr 2002 14:09:55 -0300 From: "Diego Fernetti" To: Subject: Re: Latest Pegasus News (SE5a) Message-ID: <02d501c1dbfb$8b0947c0$4640a8c0@ssp.salud.rosario.gov.ar> Hi Bill! First of all, welcome to the list. Second, all Pegasus releases are in 1/72, and all Blue Max are in 1/48, that's the way the two brands of the same ownerr are split. Oh yes, I wish that Eduard would do one as well! Or a Naglo quadruplane D. ----- Original Message ----- From: bill anthony To: Multiple recipients of list Sent: Thursday, April 04, 2002 2:01 PM Subject: [WWI] Re: Latest Pegasus News (SE5a) > > Hello Hans, > Wound the new Pegasus SE5a be in 1/72 scale or 1/48 > scale? I hope it is 1/72 scale as I don't there is > one currently availible (right?). I would love to get > my hands of a 1/72 scale SE5a thats for sure. I > really wish Eduard would sell one! > Thanks, > Bill A. > > --- Hans Trauner wrote: > > Listees, > > I have just got the Phoenix D-I by Pegasus. Later > > more! > > > > Here are the 2002 / 2003 plans by Chris, according > > to the leaflet he > > included in this kit: > > > > Pegasus > > PEG 2024 SPAD VII > > PEG 2025 SE5a ( 'first accurate kit', Chris > > states. His' or of a SE 5a?) > > PEG 4012 Bristol Fighter > > PEG 4013 Manshu Ki 98 > > PEG 5005 Junkers CL. I > > > > PEG Decals: R.F.C. Serials in 72 & 48 ( Revised) > > > > Blue Max > > BM 117 Roland D. VIb > > BM 205 American D.H.4 > > BM 206 AVRO 504 K > > > > Decals: > > BM D07 German Nat. Markings Vol 1 ( Cross Patee) > > BM D0B German Nat Marking Vol 2 ( Iron Cross) ( ?? > > Cross Patee ARE Eiserne > > Kreuze! He means Balkenkreuze, I presume) > > > > Silver Cloud > > Martin Baker MB5 , Hawker Hart > > > > Grap your money purses! Start to think about > > excuses! Prolong your VISA > > cards! > > Hans > > > > > > > __________________________________________________ > Do You Yahoo!? > Yahoo! Tax Center - online filing with TurboTax > http://taxes.yahoo.com/ > ------------------------------ End of WWI Digest 4307 **********************