[WWI] Early Spad XIII Wings
Neil.Crawford at volvo.com
Fri Apr 13 02:57:39 EDT 2007
I can't really add anything, if Doug say's so, I wouldn't argue.
And I don't think anything has happened to change things in the
past 15 years. Certainly nobody would notice, except yourself.
You'd also need to do a better job of rescribing than Eduard which
is difficult, I'd suggest re-skinning, I wonder if it's worth it?
I'd get around the problem by avoiding S.504, and doing one of
the uncertain ones, then nobody would know for sure either way,
and neither would you, which is the most important thing.
From: wwi-bounces at wwi-models.org [mailto:wwi-bounces at wwi-models.org] On
Behalf Of dave fleming
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Subject: [WWI] Early Spad XIII Wings
According to Doug Carrick's notes in the DF, the very early SPAD XIII
10 rib stations between the struts rather than the 8 on most aircraft.
mentions that S.504 has these.
Anyone know anymore? Has anything else been published in the intervening
years? Do we thing S.498 or S.505 would have these wings?
Am I being just TOO picky? Would anyone notice in 1/72? And do I REALLY
rescribe 160 rib locations?
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