[WWI] Buenos Aires, good airs.

Diego Fernetti dfernet0 at rosario.gov.ar
Wed Aug 25 17:03:55 EDT 2004


Thanks a lot Buz!!!!
No hurries, tough, it may take a long time before actually building these
kits.
D.
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> Diego,
>
>      I also have the instructions to the Classic Plane
> Hansa-Brandenburg CC.  I'll scan those too, if you need
> them.  I don't have a scanner so I will get with someone
> who does.  I get those done as soon as possible.
>
> Buz
> >
> > From: "Diego Fernetti" <dfernet0 at rosario.gov.ar>
> > Date: 2004/08/25 Wed PM 04:24:03 EDT
> > To: "World War I Modeling Mailing List" <wwi at wwi-models.org>
> > Subject: Re: [WWI] Buenos Aires, good airs.
> >
> > Buz!
> > >      The B.E.2/B.E.12 from Formaplane is a conversion
> > > kit for their B.E.2c vac kit.  I happened to have an
> > > extra Formaplane B.E.2c kit.  I also have the instructions
> > > to the B.E.2/B.E.12 conversion kit as well.  Let me now if
> > > this tickles your intrest.
> >
> > I have the Formaplane BE2c!Would you mind scanning me the instructions
of
> > the conversion? A bit of explaining...
> > The gentleman to whom these kits belonged liked to have kits sparate
from
> > the instructions and separate from the decals. He lived in a place in
the
> > delta of the River Plate, and from time to time there are floodings....
a
> > big part of his library and kit collection was ruined after one of these
and
> > that's why there are so many kits without instructions nor decals... in
fact
> > it took a lot of detective work to sort out what kind of kit was the
Hansa,
> > but due that the moldings looks CP ad the wings looked like the CC, I
> > assumed it was that!
> > D.
> >
> >



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