Phönix C.I started
Knut Erik Hagen
knut.erik.hagen at eunet.no
Thu Feb 15 06:53:10 EST 2007
The surviving Phönix in Sweden that I photographed is a single seat D.II.
I did check for cockpit photos of the two seat "Dront", but no luck.
>Thanks. I'm not certain if Erik has pictures of the interior of a Phönix
>C.I. I see the pictures of the Phönix D.III on the site. These are Ok but
>the C.I, beig a two-seater, may be configured differently.
>Anything you have will help.
>>From: "Grzegorz Mazurowski" <grzem at onet.eu>
>>Date: Mon, 5 Feb 2007 11:01:17 +0100
>> > I am planning on doing the light grey-dark grey scheme. If anyone has
>> > information on this scheme and which serials 121.xx used it, I would be
>> > pleased to hear from them. My fallback is the 121.xx with the 5-point
>> > on Americal-Gryphon's sheet, which I think has a blotchy-green finish on
>> > upper surfaces and CDL on the underside.
>>Sorry, I do not follow the list correspondence very carefully. Was the
>>question already answered? Part 7 of the O'Connor's C&C article about AH
>>camouflages deals with the topic and I have these materials on my desk, can
>>Speaking about the interior of the plane, I think that our Traveling
>>Norseman Knut Erik Hagen has made photos of that plane, including interior,
>>in Sweedish museum, but I can't find them in my collection.
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