technical description of Airacobra/V-1710-E4 by nkap

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  1. exec228

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    It doesn't work ...???
    Is it possible ?

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    Very cool file exec228, Thanks for sharing. For those that wish to download the file from here. Here it is.

    Thanks again exec228

    Micdrow
     

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    Thanks !!!
     
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    Here is an article from "Aviation" May 1943 with a detailed look at the P-39 Airacobra.
     

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    Another article, this time from the "American Machinist" November 1941. Some interesting photos of the production line and construction detail.
     

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    Cool stuff there ozhawk40 many thanks!!!
     
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    Really amazing!

    Thanks a lot!

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    These are just amazing. I have been investigating how Mitsubishi people machined eight different main spar caps for Zero and the magazine articles introduced here can be used for that.Thanks!!
     
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