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Offline hesham

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Re: US Supersonic Transport (SST) Program 1960-1971
« Reply #915 on: November 10, 2018, 05:42:00 am »
Thanks for your comments.

Were Douglas Factory Models made from resin too?
There are no markings or serial numbers.
The stand is perspex / plastic however I suspect it includes a metallic ballast given its weight.
I suspected Pacific Miniatures however have no proof!

On a side note, aside from details provided on this thread, is there any info regarding the two different variants depicted, i.e. weight, range, dimensions etc...

Maybe they was just a variants.


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Re: US Supersonic Transport (SST) Program 1960-1971
« Reply #917 on: November 26, 2018, 05:13:37 pm »
Such a shame I let my Aviation Week subscription lapse.

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Re: US Supersonic Transport (SST) Program 1960-1971
« Reply #918 on: December 21, 2018, 10:56:06 pm »
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Re: US Supersonic Transport (SST) Program 1960-1971
« Reply #919 on: February 07, 2019, 01:12:55 am »
A Lockheed L-2000 exploded view. A much higher rez version is available through:
http://www.aerospaceprojectsreview.com/blog/?p=3715

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