Re: SE5a in AWM

Mick Fauchon (
Wed, 25 Oct 1995 15:26:26 +1000 (EST)


> Mick,
> Thanks for filling in details on the identity of the AWM aircraft.
> I'm a little embarrassed that I didn't keep track of at least a few of
> these items while I was there, too overwhelmed with seeing them I suppose.

That's Ok, mate; I had it here in front of me....well, I knew
where to find it. Schaedels' book is very good if you're interested in the
AFC. Unfortunately, it's out of print, of course.
BTW, I was so overwhelmed, I kept going back; after all, I'm only
six hours' drive away 80). My wife was a bit peeved after about four trips,
but it was worth it 80)
When were you over here?

> > BTW, I've just been looking at the AWM pics: superb!
> > ....I suppose you all want the ~36 close-ups I took of the Pfalz....
> >and ~24 I took of the Albatros?
> >
> Were any of these of the interiors ??

Errrr....yes. Even one of the elevator cable crank through the access
panel. I was really lucky in that there were panels off both aircraft
here and there.

What else can I tell you? 80)



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