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Inserito da: Fabio - 21 Ago 2013, 13:19:04
A friend of mine - Fran├žois - recently was on holiday in Normandy and found an interesting item on a local flea market; a plaque that was found near the crash site of a World War 2 aircraft.
We think it's probably of a P-47; and have learned that the MTL specifications are about the steel used. Now, the plan is to build a model of this P-47 - of course, we haven't got a clue what type it was or what it looked like.  The serial on the plaque is "96A-1092", but looking around on the Internet didn't learn us anything.
Can anyone help?
Nic


Titolo: Re:via MP
Inserito da: mazwork - 21 Ago 2013, 17:44:49
89F67100 is a part from fuselage, but it's really impossible to find the exact type of P-47 from it. The serial on the plaque (96A-1092) is useless.

Also, note that Group 67 is related to "Installation exaust system" in fuselage...

 :hi:
Titolo: Re:via MP
Inserito da: mazwork - 21 Ago 2013, 20:35:20
A link related to "galvanized steel" (AN QQ-S-757)...

http://www.eng-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=241377
Titolo: Re:via MP
Inserito da: Fabio - 21 Ago 2013, 21:10:34
grazie mazwork  :good:
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