Request for Pics Hawk 75 A3

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  1. Mohawk

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    Hi all,

    I' m looking for any pics of the Curtiss Hawk 75 A1 -A3. I 'am going to build a RC model in Quarter Scale, so i need a hell of detailed photos. Everthing is welcome.

    Thank all

    Richard
     
  2. cheddar cheese

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    Profile of a Hawk-75 A1

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    All I can find at the moment, hope they help though. Good luck! 8)
     
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    Some more pics for you 8)
     
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    Here's some shots of TFC's Hawk 75 in Chino...

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    Here's some period shots showing the cockpits of various Hawks.
    The first, I dunno about, it could be a Hawk built for a South American customer.
    The IP shot is a factory photo, possibly of a P-36.
    The last two show a French Hawk captured by the Germans.

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    Here are what I believe to be factory shots showing the engine, port gear leg
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    and nose gun installation of a Hawk 75 built for a South American customer...

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    Larger image from opposite side

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    Hope you find these of some use...


    Fade to Black...
     
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    Wow, nice pics!
     
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    Outstanding pics! :cool:
     
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    Never knew that Fred Elliot was a pilot though....
     
  9. the lancaster kicks ass

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    on quarter scale, that's gonna be huge, make sure you post somepics when you've finished and good luck!!
     
  10. cheddar cheese

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    "Bandits 10 o'clock, I say BANDITS 10 O'CLOCK" :lol:
     
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    .... of course, .... but that will be a long way. Here some Pics from my Quarter Scale Spit RAAF

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    ... great pics ! Thxs !!!

    I will see this baby this Year LIVE in Duxford (GB) at "Flying Legends 2005" on 9th of July
     
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    Very nice! That must be fun to transport!
     
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    Whoo! Crowd pleaser! Great model! :thumbup:
     
  14. Mohawk

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    Only a question of "Car Size" :rolleyes:

    The length of the fuselage is total 2,45 m !!
     
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    Wouldn't be much of a problem for our "Yank tanks", but I know European vehicles tend to be a bit smaller!
     
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    Wow, I wish my models were that good, mine can't even fly
     
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    Too right! :lol:

    Id LOVE to take one of these to America, Id get some funny looks ;)

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    And you would want to drive a Smart car why?
     
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    I wouldnt :lol: But in America I would :lol:
     
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    I'll see you at Flying Legends Mohawk!
     
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