Aircraft drawings (profiles)

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  1. Elmas

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    Dear Friends

    some time ago I did discover in this forum two very interesting links to sites were there was plenty of rather accurate profile drawings of WWII planes.

    One was French and the other Russian, if I remember well.

    Unfortunately I canceled the links and I wasn’t able to retrace them.

    Can someone give me an hand to retrace them, please?

    With thanks

    Antonello
     
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    Yes, I think it is, thank you very much.

    I think in this site there are excellent profiles, but I need also to have the view from top and front.

    My project is to design and build a semiscale Control Line stunter.
     
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    Just try to use Google....
     
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    Any results ?
     
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    Not those that I wanted. Also the Search was of no avail. I hope the chap that posted the links will see this post.....
     
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    #9 Wurger, Mar 8, 2011
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    I see. What the particular aircraft are you looking for?

    ALso, please have a look at our section for camouflage schemes and national markings...it can come in handy too.

    http://www.ww2aircraft.net/forum/aircraft-markings-camouflage/
     
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    #12 Elmas, Mar 9, 2011
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    Bingo!

    That's it.

    These drawings will be extremely helpful, thank you so much.

    I'm a modeller and had the idea to design a semiscale Re 2005 for C/L stunt: I'm a little bit annoyed as there are plenty of Spits, P.51, etc. and not a single one of the exremely handsome italian WWII fighters...

    Re. 2005 is perfectly suitable as it can be made betwen the lines of the famous Palmer’s “Thunderbird”.
     
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    Re 2005 ... sounds great. However the choice for C/L. stunt seems to a little bit of a problem. I don't say it is impossible at all. But such models have some limits because of the real aircraft construction.
    So...good luck with the project. Please, let us know about the progress and post a few pictures that will be appreciated for sure.
     
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    I certainly will.

    It will not exactly 100% in scale, like this Seafire

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    I will begin building a just rough one to see the flying capabilities, and then the final version.

    Thanks to all for the useful help.
     
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    Reggiane Re.2005 nice looking airplane.

    Perhaps handy for builder

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