Post by earlybird on Sept 15, 2005 21:55:03 GMT -5
I'm no modeler, but if anyone out there is looking for a project, I'd suggest the Curtiss Robin. It's a boxy looking plane, but of historical significance: one of them set an endurance record of 460 hours in 1929, for which I believe the concept of air-to-air refueling was invented.
What a great list of 3 Views, if at all possible I would appreciate a scan of the Waco 240 and the Curtiss Racer you had listed, I believe these are 3 Views by Joseph Nieto, early artist who drew plans for Model Airplane News from appro 1930's to 1950's. Thanks in advance.