Wartime ply wood aircraft construction - youtube

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  1. A4K

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    Good stuff Evan. I've got that footage in the video "The Mosquito Story". Great to see how the ply was made, cut and formed for the Mossie.
     
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    Interesting video! Thanks for sharing Evan.
     
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    Terrific Evan, thanks for posting. Always wondered what woods went into the ply used in Mossies - birch, maple and mahogany
     
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    That was a good video, thanks
     
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    No worries mate! :)
     
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    Thanks for the video. 8)


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