[WWI] Voisin X LAR / toby

Diego Fernetti dfernet0 at rosario.gov.ar
Thu Oct 4 08:02:42 EDT 2012


I recall a Windsock magazine from the mid-2000s that had a rear cover with pictures of it. Were those yours, Toby?
D.
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  From: toby young 
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  Sent: Thursday, October 04, 2012 7:26 AM
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  I have some pictures of the one in Paris and the one in NASM. The one in NASM is a little dark as the plane is hanging and the hall is dark for some reason. The one in Paris is the Ca cannon model
   regards  toby












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  From: "Foster, Steven B." <fosters at ou.edu>
  To: "wwi at wwi-models.org" <wwi at wwi-models.org> 
  Sent: Wednesday, October 3, 2012 9:48 PM
  Subject: [WWI] Voisin X LAR



  To all,

  Call me crazy, but I am going to jump off the curb and build the Hi Tech Voisin X LAR. I am looking for any help possible. I have had communications with Chris Savaglio. I have the book French Aircraft of the First World War. I have seen the pictures posted on our site and the rebuild of the Voisin X Ca2 by Memorial Flight. Unfortunately the later is the canon version and I want to build the kit as the bomber version. Does anyone have any detailed shots of the Voisin VIII at NASM since it is the bomber version? I am most curious to see how much space the internal bomb racks took up in the cockpit. How were they loaded, from below or from above through the cockpit. I have a copy of French Strategic and Tactical Bombardment Forces of World War I, no pics or detalis about bomb loading that I have found. 

  Nevertheless any help with anything related to this plane will be greatly appreciated as I venture into this "challenging" build.

  Thanks,
  Steven Foster


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