Martin MB-1, MB-2, NBS-1
Friends of mine have a home in Frisco, NC. Billy Mitchell flew his Martin bombers off the beach in Frisco to prove it was possible to sink a battleship from the air. Anyway, I'd like to build a model for their home of the Martin bomber used, the MB-2, later reclassified as NBS-1. The Martin MB-1 would also be close enough. What I'm looking for is a set of plans for a model of 3 -4 foot span, or some three views from which I could draw some plans. This model will be static, although I might just have to try a flying version for myself. I haven't had much luck finding anything online, was hoping someone here could point me in the right direction. Thanks!
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