Seversky P35 and Curtiss hawk 75 (fixed gear) manuals, desperately looking for!

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    sandokan Active Member

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    Hi, folks!
    I'm still seeking for "erection and maintenance" or "part" manuals on Seversky EP106 (or swedish J9) P35 and the early Curtiss Hawk 75 M/N/O export variant (China, Thai and Argentina) in pdf possilby,
    Anyone could help?
    Thanks in advance, any answer's welcome!
    cheers
    Tiberio:)
     
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    Thanks a lot dear Vik!
    I know that one, unfortunately not fitting for me.
    You're very kind, I appreciate your help.
    Tiberio
     
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    #4 waroff, Sep 3, 2013
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    I've only a paper facsimile of French Curtiss
    - photographic spare part list French H75 A1 A2 , 138 p, size: A 4
    - manual erection maintenance, french version 1939 printed at Buffalo) Avion Curtiss 75 A2, 167 p size A4, 24 pic, 20 drawing on fold sheet
     
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    #5 sandokan, Sep 3, 2013
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    Hi Waroff!

    That's also interesting for me.
    Could we take agreement on or better could you scan they and share to all (take your time, of course)?
    Tiberio
     
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    Hi, Sandokan! I've been checking my sources and so far I've had no luck, but I will keep looking for you. BTW, since you are Italian can you give me a translation for the Italian word "putto"? Thanks much, lacrossedart
     
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    Hi my dear friend Lacrossedart!
    Thank you so much for your effort helping me, anyway if no luck do not worry, I appreciate indeed!
    For the word you're looking for i can say that "Putto" like "Amorino" is a retoric name indicating a very nice, gentle, immature figure of art, very noble word.

    Here images of Putti (in italian Putto is singular, Putti plural)
    https://www.google.it/search?q=putto&client=firefox-a&hs=UQf&rls=org.mozilla:it:eek:fficial&channel=fflb&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=_pAnUsW5A6vQ7Ab2sIHoAw&ved=0CEMQsAQ&biw=1280&bih=887
    I hope helped you forever "at your command"!
    Tiberio
     
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    I am in your debt, Tiberio. The word came up during some recent downtime when I saw a 2002 movie called 'Ghost Ship'. The way it was used I was not certain if it was a term of endearment or of contempt, it could have been either. Thank you for clearing that up for me. Still looking for all things Seversky!
     
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    #9 sandokan, Sep 5, 2013
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    No worry Lacrossedart!
    Tha's what I know on the word you asked for .
    In italian language we do not use that for any other purpose than its proper meaning, and that is a noble word. Anyway I think a possible (not current) use of term as endearment , as well as "candid or naivety".
    With great cordiality
    Tiberio
     
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