|Aug 05, 2003, 11:45 PM|
It is a U.S. company. The thing that throws one off is the standard layout of this aircraft. This company was not known for this layout and it represents a major departure from the design that gave this company its start. The one design feature that caried through all of the machines that this company built was the wing structure (not including the aileron setup). You could take the wings off this plane and they would look quite at home attatched to any one of their other models.
|Aug 05, 2003, 11:51 PM|
oops, our replies crossed in cyber space again.
Great work BennyLaird!
It think this would make a great first scratch built subject. I'm thinking hard about it.
I've got to get some sleep. 11:50 P.M. here. But I hope to find a good stumper posted when I wake up.
|Aug 06, 2003, 12:55 PM|
Heres some fun for you - I looked out an old Players cigarette card album circa 1930 something I would guess.
Here is a representative sample.
I laos have two albums of TEA cards of commercial airlinres and world speed record holders from the 60's I think.
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