[WWI] Nieuports

Matt Bittner mbittner at cbrnp.com
Mon Oct 8 18:08:37 EDT 2018

According to the book, the author and his "company" had a hand in 
designing in the Cooper Nie.17.


On 10/8/2018 5:06 PM, Gabriel Limon wrote:
> It looks like a very interesting book and would be a great companion 
> for the new Nieuport 17 from Copper State Models.  If you haven't seen 
> the screen shots, the model looks great, they even offer French 
> figures to complement it.
> I haven't been doing any building for quite a while either due to lack 
> of space, but I'm seriously considering getting one of these.
> Gabe
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> I haven't written much because of too much going on in my life. I'm
> trying to move back to Ohio to be near my mom (as her health isn't good)
> and I ended up having a fire in my house back in August. But be that as
> it may, I did take Warren's clue and ordered this book. It arrived this
> weekend and what an awesome book! Definitely worth anything they're
> asking and it explains how early Nie.17s differed from the rest - and
> how the Nie.17 was actually a parallel-development with the Nie.16, both
> coming from the Nie.11. Even after all these years new information is
> being discovered.
> Once my life is stable (whenever that may be <sigh>) I hope to get back
> to modeling in general, and building more Nieuports.
> Matt
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