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JOHN ELLIS

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  1. Here is the SAM article. https://www.dropbox.com/s/jq796soccb3b19c/SAM Neptune conversion article.pdf?dl=0
  2. Here are the Aviation News drawings. I will look for the SAM article unless someone beats me to it. John https://www.dropbox.com/sh/yuoiom02bdv3kie/AAAMuqyXi3jmwhQkMF8nlekVa?dl=0
  3. I have these drawings from an old R/C magazine plus a 1/6th scale plan. John https://www.dropbox.com/s/bxa7oqe86g9uyux/Taylorcraft_Auster_DBHL_oz10168.pdf?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/ctldmo1z07pg27h/AUSTER J1.pdf?dl=0
  4. The Dove in the photo is preserved in the Darwin Aviation Museum. https://www.darwinaviationmuseum.com.au/de-havilland-dove-cr-tag/
  5. Mike Here is the only drawing with sections that I have found. John This link should work https://www.dropbox.com/s/fdo79avm0u03vz1/AM BRISTOL SYCAMORE 48.jpg?dl=0
  6. Actually Ray, 3AD only did 3 conversions. A8-113 was modified at 482Sqn wing section. We received the wings when they were removed during a D service. 113 received the C model wings we had just finished servicing. The modified wings were fitted to the next aircraft in for servicing which was a C model. The actual mod kit we received was complete with all the flap and slat components. We took the original wing tip off and fitted the extended wing section. This was then painted along with all the other parts. then the flaps and slats were fitted and rigged with the rest of the flaps and slats. O
  7. Thanks guys. Some interesting photos there. Seems like no drawings around.
  8. Does anyone have good drawings of the undercarriage used on the Auster Antarctic aircraft used by the RAF, RAAF and RNZAF Antarctic flights. John
  9. Have a look here for the Fred Spring spitfire drawings. I don't know how accurate the panel lines are. John https://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?2677622-Spitfires/page2
  10. I have scanned the Aeromodeller and Aviation News drawings. Here is the link to them. If anyone has a copy of Airfix Magazine September 1967, I would appreciate a high res scan of the article. John http://s197.photobucket.com/user/JJELLIS_PHOTO/library/WHIRLWIND?sort=3&page=1
  11. The Aviation News drawings do not show any weapons fitments. So far all the Wasp/Scout drawings I have do show anything either. However the Scale Aircraft Modelling article colour scheme drawings do show some views that might help. John http://s197.photobucket.com/user/JJELLIS_PHOTO/library/Westland%20Wasp%20Scout?sort=9&page=1
  12. Bill. I have the full SRM. I have added the link to Dropbox where you can download it. https://www.dropbox.com/s/vzvzyur1xdjowoc/S-2%20%26%20C-1%20Structure%20%28s%29.pdf?dl=0
  13. Here is a page from the structural repair manual showing the doors. The station numbers are at the top which will give the scale. Approx 53" x 79" John http://
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