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If someone happy to have hi-res version of these North American Rockwell PR drawings (NA-73-400, Rev 9-83), I would be very obliged for sharing them with me. Thank you.
 

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I've got one of those. Poster sized, as released by Rockwel back in The Day. But damned if I can remember where... I'll have to go digging, I suppose.
 

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You know how nothign is ever in the first place you look? This was in the third place. It was actually in the sort of place it should have been.

It's the same drawing, but slightly different...it's the "B-1" not the "B-1B." From April '76, 1/150 scale. It'd take 8 scans to get it all, but it's of the "A" model, not B, so let me know if you're still interested.
 

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Orionblamblam said:
...but it's of the "A" model, not B, so let me know if you're still interested.

Surely 'yes', Scott. Thank you!

P.S. And what is on the OTHER side of this fold-out drawings sheet?
 

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Orionblamblam said:
It's the same drawing, but slightly different...it's the "B-1" not the "B-1B." From April '76, 1/150 scale. It'd take 8 scans to get it all, but it's of the "A" model, not B, so let me know if you're still interested.

The B-1A is far more interesting that the B-1B.
 

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flateric said:
Orionblamblam said:
...but it's of the "A" model, not B, so let me know if you're still interested.

Surely 'yes', Scott. Thank you!

Alright. I'll scan later tonight. I'll post a series of chunks.

P.S. And what is on the OTHER side of this fold-out drawings sheet?

Not a lot (what there is will be scanned). Some text description of the B-1 program, that's about it.

The drawing was meant to be folded twice , and then once down the middle, making six "panels" each a big smaller than an average page. When folded, the two "panels" that were visible had text and logos and whatnot on 'em.
 

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Thank you, Scott!
 

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I took the liberty of assembling the the scans into a single image.

Orionblamblam, tell me if you want me to take it down for any reason.

Thanks.
 

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...And here goes what this thread has started from...
 

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