Cabin of Spitfire

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  1. FabioRAF

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    we hope to have done a good job :rolleyes:

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    the builder of this cabin (scale 1:1) he is one partner of our group, Mister Barisani Alessandro, from original sketches and pieces recovered during the excavations, using simple material.

    this cabin is used for didactic purpose, when the boys and the schools come to visit the museum

    Ciao

    Fabio
     
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    Looking interesting.I think it is a very good didactic help.:D
     
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    wow thats very awesome! :)
     
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    thats one heck of a G O O D 'mock up' 8) :greenjumpers: i don't think i'd know where to start and i think i'll stick to the little plastic thingies !, have a look at the link for some really good shots of a spit' its from the BBMF UK......

    Optical FX Java tours

    ... ian.
     
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    Very cool Ian! Thanks to both of you guys for posting.
     
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    Thanks Ian! Nice effect! Can i link in our forum?
     
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    Ciao

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    do what ever you want to do with it fabio 8) just one thing can your gang make me a mock up of a lancaster cockpit :lol: :lol: .

    do you let the pupils sit in the cockpits ?

    ian
     
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    WOW those cockpits are great!
     
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    The 109 is great aswell!
     
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    Thanks

    Mister Barisani is planning to build the Macchi C205 8)

    Sure! to make to see how the cabin was and to explain the functions of the commands.
    at times we connect 3...4 pc in lan with a simulator,
    and we make him to touch the engines, parts of plane and the finds the history of the recovered pilots. (I hope to have written well) :rolleyes:

    Ciao

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    you have written well!

    Sounds great to have the students involved like that :)
     
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    Thanks for the answer :) we are voluntary
    and I like to share, also with the photos, our passion :)

    Ciao
    Fabio
     
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    Fabio, that is awesome! Waiting and salivating for the Me 262 cockpit! :)
     
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    ...perhaps one day... :D :D
     
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    That is some very job there, well done ! Which museum is that, I presume in Italy?
     
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    Hi Kurfürst, yes our museum is in Italy
    see the inauguration :)

    ROMAGNA AIR FINDERS - UN AEREO... UNA STORIA UMANITARIA

    Translate of "UN AEREO... UNA STORIA UMANITARIA"

    "an airplane... a humanitarian history" ( is our motto )

    We have a second museum, in construction, always next to Ravenna, on the Gothic Line

    This is a gallery of photos during visit of Eads and Messerschmitt Foundation in a museum in construction, for the time being it is our store where we clean the finds.
    ROMAGNA AIR FINDERS - Messerschmitt a Fusignano 8)

    Ciao

    Fabio
     
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    hey fabio who's the girl on the left first picture on your link ? i'm in :signwow: :love7: :love9: LOVE

    ian.
     
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