Lockheed Model AT 18 Hudson manual T.O. No.01-75KA-2

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    #1 sandokan, Oct 20, 2013
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    Hi guys!
    Here I'm posting, finally scanned, copy of a manual for AT 18 Hudson and a little gallery of images, on her wrecks, reconstruction , wartime glory and honored resting in museum.
    Hope enjoying
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    Thanks very much!
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    Awesome many thanks
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    Thanks for posting Sandokan.

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    Greetings Tib,



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    Great shots. What museum is restoring the Hudson?
     
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    Thanks for posting the manuals. The aircraft in the fifth image down is at the RNZAF Museum. Just a wee note about Hudson designations; AT-18 only applies to US operated gunnery and navigation trainer variants, as the version in the manual; only the United States used the AT-18 version; the type was designated the A-29 in USAAC service and the PBO-1 in USN service; the name Hudson was not officially adopted by the Americans.
     
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    Thanks a lot for detailing Nuuumann!
     
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    Many thanks!!!
     
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    I was at the Trenton museum this Sunday. While we couldn't get into the restoration area, I managed to get a poor picture through the window.
    Hudson Mk 6.JPG

    I have also attached a copy of their flyer on the restoration.
    View attachment Trenton Hudson FK466.pdf
     
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    Well done Tracker!
    Great info! Thanks a lot!
     
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    thanks for the manual. We are getting ready to receive a Lodestar "Classy Chassy" would anybody happen to have "blueprints" that show the placement of the windows? Ours has the executive modification done to it and we are wanting to restore it back to when it served in WWII
     
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    Great material sandokan,thank you!
     
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    Hi guys!
    Found something more.
    Hope helping someone.
    Cheers
     
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    Thanks again Sandokan.

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    One more friends!
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    Many thanks for these! By chance does anyone have a Part Manual (dash 4) for the AT-18?
     
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    Thanks so much for this information. I do enjoy reading old tech manuals like these.

    I am new to the group, looking forward to spending time here. On occasion I get infatuated with a particular airplane, my latest infatuation is the Lodestar, search for information led me to this group.

    I have been flying since the 70s, in my flight instructor days I remember a semi-derelict Lodestar at Solberg airport in New Jersey, I wonder if it still exists. I might have a photo in a box..

    Multi engine tailwheel aircraft are amazing to watch fly, here is a recent resto..

    Cheers, Len


    View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HM9d62D2JzQ
     
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