[WWI] I am going through all my old modeling magazines.
GORDO at bak.rr.com
Sun Oct 20 23:48:29 EDT 2013
tell you what. This stuff gives me some kind of function in life. I ama a
bibliophile by nature so this is my nature. If you like the scans and you
want to then by all means do amazon . I will post the scans I am making now
in my facebook page. the group is more than welcome to take a look at some
of the Curtiss gear. Wait till you see this one that looks like a kite in a
way?lol I don’t know how to describe it. I have wondered if I could build it
and fly it because it would TOTALLY blow the scale guys away!!!!! Its just
so unusual. It will be in the beginning of the posts.
Glad I could be of help. If you want let me know wich scans you need at 600
or 1200dpi. The contents is going online right now .try this link.
if the link fails just check out my albums and youll find it.
From: Bill Tindall
Sent: Sunday, October 20, 2013 7:46 PM
To: World War I Modeling Mailing List
Subject: Re: [WWI] I am going through all my old modeling magazines.
Gordon, you're a gift to humanity. I'm excruciatingly interested in that
Curtiss book. Anything you care to get up to with that will be enormously
>Anyone needing info let me know the make and
model. That way when I go through them I can scan anything you might
>I have Scale aircraft modeler,Fine scale
modeler,Soaring magazine(full size gliders but covers historical gliders
EAA experimentor(full size also has historical info the group would
Sport Aviation.(som historical, mostly current), some “custom planes”(oriented
towards those restoring actual aircraft.old as well as new), Air&Space, Air
Force(some historical), A book “Curtiss The Hammondsport era 1907-1915”
many plans and some really weird planes!loads of historical magazine I have
loads of digital plans and drawings
>I am more than happy to scan whatever anyone in the group would need. I
know what it is like to seek info on planes and have NO options.
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