[WWI] fav poll again
Brad & Merville
bigglesrfc at sympatico.ca
Fri Feb 25 07:38:46 EST 2005
H.P. 0/400 - mostly out of nostalgia for the Airfix cover art from the
Zeppelin Staaken - As a kid I fell in love with Joe Phelan's illustration of
one duelling in the dark with a pair of comic Camels in 'Heroes and
Aeroplanes of the Great War 1914-1918'. Later from the photos in the
'German Giants' where crewmen are crawling all over the machine in flight
and I realized that Joe Phelan wasn't exaggerating - breathtaking!
A.E.G. IV - The first real OT multi-engine bomber I ever saw and which I
still visit annually. An honest-to-god time machine!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Diego Fernetti" <dfernet0 at rosario.gov.ar>
To: "World War I Modeling Mailing List" <wwi at wwi-models.org>
Sent: Friday, February 25, 2005 7:17 AM
Subject: [WWI] fav poll again
> It's that time of the year again...
> "Which is your favourite OT airplane?" this time with a twist:
> "Which is your favourite bomber/recon OT airplane LARGER than a two
> seater?" and "Why?"
> A small list of three from me (in no particular order):
> - Caudron R.11 (hey, I'm starting to like the b*stard)
> - Handley Page 0/100 "Bloody Paralyzer" (how one can't dig an airplane
> with such a nickname?)
> - Blackburn Kangaroo (there's something about Blackburns, baby!)
> Waiter! Pour me a Bloody Paralyzer, on the rocks! I had one of those
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