Spitfire Pilot Seat Drawings and Dimensions

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  1. Andrew7

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    Hallo, everybody.

    I'm trying to build a cockpit for flight simming, and getting inspiration from the Spitfire.
    I was thinking about making a similar seat out of plywood pieces.

    Does anyone has to share some detail drawing of the spitfire seat?

    Thanks!:p
     
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    You need drawing 30035-105H :) Or email me when I get back from work...
    This is the one we are making.
    Spitfire Project A58-27
     
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    I'd already see in the past the Mk IX reproduction, and it's being a constant source of inspiration8). The Spitfire Project A58 is a jump back in time where the real Spitfires were manufactured...:D:shock::)

    You're indeed planning to ride the Merlin over the clouds, are you?

    Bye Everubody, and thanks again for sharing.
     
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    I am looking for spitfire seat drawings to reproduce a couple seats for a project of mine. Been looking across the net and have found the Haynes Sub. Spit. Manual and unsure if it would have drawings. I would prefer drawings for a Mark I or IV.. Buying seats from spitfire spares is out of the question. I have the tools so why not make them? Can you or anyone help out?? Thanks-

    Cheers- Shuvlhead
     
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    Thank you- I sent you a PM but I do not know if it was received. I am unsure if my registration has been completed by Admin. as I never received any confirmation- 13 shuvlhead @ G mail . com (reverse the numbers and no spaces) to contact me directly if you did not receive my PM.

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