Caproni Ca.311 pics?

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  1. kgambit

    kgambit Active Member

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    Anyone have any interior shots of the cockpit and/or interior of the Caproni Ca. 311? I've come up totally empty on multiple searches.
     
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    Sorry, got nothing as well.
     
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    Hi, there is a good walkaround (with some interiour pics too) of a restored swedish Ca.313 here:

    Caproni Ca.313 walkaround

    Ca.313 was very similar to 311, being only difference in engines (can't remember if swedish 313s interiour was different from italian version, though). It might be a good starting point, anyway.

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  4. kgambit

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    EXCELLENT starting point! Thanks. :D
     
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    Bomb aimers view at left. Swedish Ca 313 B16.

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    ...but those exhaust pipes are a work of welders art! Leave it to the Italians!
     
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    Not great but here ya go:
     

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    Might be of interest this little book about Caproni's Ca.311-314 (probably has more images of planes interior):

    ALI D'ITALIA #24
    Caproni Ca.311/314

    size cm 21x29,7 - italian/english text
    60 pages - more than 80 b/w images, color profiles by Richard Caruana.


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    Cheers
     
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    #9 kgambit, Aug 24, 2009
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    Great details everyone! Many thanks. :D
     
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    Great info Verner!!
     
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    One more, the rear firing belly gun station:

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    Cheers
     
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    I have two clear (external) period shots looking into the nose of a Ca 135 if thats of any use?
     
  13. kgambit

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    Sure. Go ahead and post them or send them in a pm. :D
     
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