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Hawker P1077 for Retro

Flitzer

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Hi Philippe
This is the 3-view I used for reference.
From Tony Buttler's book British Secret Projects -Jet fighters since 1950.

Not much in undercarriage detail but it shows thw position and arrangement of the wheels.

Must have needed outriggers I would imagine.

Hope it helps
Peter

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Flitzer said:
Hi Philippe
This is the 3-view I used.
From Tony Butlers book British Secret Projects -Jet fighters since 1950.

Not much in undercarriage detail but it shows thw position and arrangement of the wheels.

Must have needed outriggers I would imagine.

Hope it helps
Peter

Hi Peter,
Thank you VERY MUCH for your help,

All the best,

Philippe
 

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Guys, we have discussed Midland Counties book (c) stuff. Not polite to Tony Buttler who's forum member, BTW.
 

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...And I have just ordered the book to Ian Allan Publishing.

Cheers,
 

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Retrofit said:
...And I have just ordered the book to Ian Allan Publishing.

Cheers,

Thank you, you surely will never hesitate about this=)
 

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XP67_Moonbat said:
You could hand-draw it like I do sometimes. ;)

Moonbat

;D ;D ;D Done ;D ;D ;D

More seriously, I was looking for the P1077 project's complete history and, now, thanks to Flitzer post, I am sure to find it in Tony Buttler's book (This project and, most probably, many many other ones unknown to me).
So, as Flateric said, I surely won't regret this buy.

Cheers...........and thanks a lot, Tony, for your works.
 

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