[WWI] SPAD 13 Internal fitting

Douglas Anderson djandersonza at yahoo.com
Wed Apr 18 10:41:52 EDT 2007

The brown staining could have had other sources ...............

Diego Fernetti <dfernet0 at rosario.gov.ar> wrote:  > Our Albert Whitted Plant, (named after a WWI aviator), has records going
> back to 1915. No sign of any shipments to France in the records.

It was done "in situ".

> ....Although with all the castor oil in the air some cockpit fittings may
> have acquired a brownish stain....

let's call it russet...

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