GLOSTER GLADIATOR PROGRESS

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Molyned
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GLOSTER GLADIATOR PROGRESS

Post by Molyned »

I'm still working on my offering of the Gladiator MK1. So here's a shot of the w.i.p. cockpit interior. -
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Still plenty to do including the all-important aircraft.cfg work. And no, I don't know why the boost gauge was so big. :S
At this stage in its career it had not been fitted with the standard RAF basic six instruments layout. This was introduced not long afterwards on the MK2 version together with a 3-bladed prop.
Cheers :cheers:
Dave M(oly)

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Post by Dev One »

Looking very nice Dave, Boost gauges seemed to be big at that time, my K2 Vega Gull with a VP prop had one of similar size!
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Keep going, looks great :thumbsup:

Airspeed
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Post by Airspeed »

Thanks for the update, Dave!
Very recognisable instruments, even though they're in the "wrong" places! ;)
Excellent work :welldone:

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Post by Filonian »

Looking forward to this Dave :thumbsup: :welldone:



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