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Re: Bitzer project

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Airspeed wrote: 06 Apr 2021, 08:53
Dev One wrote: 06 Apr 2021, 08:06 My problem is not being able to find many belly up views 'cos top view can be quite a bit different......
Keith
Are you saying that the 3 views which I found are weird, Keith?
Not weird, just not obtainable in the form you are able to show, at least I have not found any silhouettes as many recognition books had in the good ole days! An example would be for B - that wing form can suit about 3 generations or models (or iterations) by one particular manufacturer, but its difficult to pin the particular type unless the underside is available in its 3 view. I think I can have a stab at 5 of them with a 50/50 chance of success but D at the moment is elusive.
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Re: Bitzer project

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Sorry this is proving to be a needle in the proverbial.
B,C and D have caused the most trouble, though we do have one 6/6 :welldone:
Some of you have obviously put in a lot of effort, and I don't want to hear that effort wasted.
I propose that any answers you have should be submitted within 24 hours, then I'll post front views of the troublesome trio and see how much that helps.
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Re: Bitzer project

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Stuck on 'c' ;

Know what it isn't !

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Re: Bitzer project

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Elvis was stuck on U.

:agree:
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Re: Bitzer project

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511Flyer wrote: 07 Apr 2021, 20:24 Elvis was stuck on U.

:agree:
I think it was Lionel Ritchie :lol: :dunno: :agree:
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Re: Bitzer project

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I think it was both. :rofl:

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Re: Bitzer project

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I think it was both. :rofl:
So it was as a duet then? *-) :) EricT
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Re: Bitzer project

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Sorry this is later than predicted.
Unexpected burial duty for our Daughter's dog who had to be put down last night.

Here are the 3 front views:
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Hope these help to sort things out.
Numbers aren't large, but there are some good scores so far. :)
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Re: Bitzer project

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Oooo-er,
Having released the front views, I'm told that the original C wings are totally wrong.
Waiting for info on this, as I can't find any alternative underside views.
Tried to get an FSX version so I could look from all angles, but can't find one. PMDG did one, but it's no longer available, and I get zero results on two freeware sites. There's mention of one for FS2002, but apparently it is not a good model. :doh:
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Re: Bitzer project

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Dev One wrote: 06 Apr 2021, 23:35
Airspeed wrote: 06 Apr 2021, 08:53
Dev One wrote: 06 Apr 2021, 08:06 My problem is not being able to find many belly up views 'cos top view can be quite a bit different......
...... at least I have not found any silhouettes as many recognition books had in the good ole days! An example would be for B - that wing form can suit about 3 generations or models (or iterations) by one particular manufacturer, but its difficult to pin the particular type unless the underside is available in its 3 view. I think I can have a stab at 5 of them with a 50/50 chance of success but D at the moment is elusive.
Keith
EDIT: The following line is rubbish. The book is the 1991-92 version.
Which good ole days are we talking, Keith? This set came from the 1960s. The only earlier images I have are cave paintings.**

I agree that a lot of illustrations do show only the top view.
Ironically, Keith actually got "B" exact to the model.
Not only that, but he nailed the elusive "D" too. All this whist moving house. :lol:

[**That's actually a lie, I have loads from the 1940s]
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