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  • "René Blank" started this thread

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Tuesday, November 2nd 2004, 11:44pm

Schreiber, Wright Flyer I, 1:24

So und das nächste neuerworbene Fluchzeug .... der Wright Flyer I.

Er soll mit der Fokker "Spinne" die Fachwerkdecke verschönern. Die Aussagen zum "Spinne"-Bogen gelten auch hier.


Zur Geschichte und den Daten des Flieger guckst Du hier:

http://www.luftfahrtgeschichte.com/flyer1-c.htm

Maße des Modells:
Maßstab: 1:24
Länge: 26cm
Breite: 51cm (Spannweite)
Höhe: 11cm
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Tuesday, November 2nd 2004, 11:51pm

und schon gebaut :D (schon etwas länger her ....)

http://www.kartonbau.de/wbb2/thread.php?threadid=237&sid=

grüsse
raimund

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Tuesday, November 2nd 2004, 11:57pm

Danke für den Tipp,

hast Du schön gebaut, Raimund. Ich lasse mich mal überraschen, wie ich mit der Bespannung zurecht komme.

Gruß

René


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