[WWI] vac wings
ibancorp at TDS.net
Thu Feb 8 13:47:29 EST 2007
Grzegorz Mazurowski wrote:
> As people wrote.
> One thing I can add, is, that Sierra Scale AEG G.IV bomber has winggs in two parts, bottom and top, which is justified with the size of the airplane.
> Speaking about undersurfaces, look at the most modern Roden or Eduard kits:
> the ribs are recessed on them! Fabric, attached to the ribs, was sagging
> between them
interesting. are there any photos to back this up?
> when the airplane was underground,
ouch! :-) it's surprising the fabric was still on the wings at all, or
the wings were still on the airplane, when it was underground.
thanks for the grins g. i needed a laugh. :)
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