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Old March 2nd 08, 01:50 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
Élodie
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If you are interested in aircraft 3-view drawings, I have just updated my
website. I put at disposal a lot of aircraft 3-view drawings at the page:
http://www.elodieroux.com/EditionsEl..._Drawings.html

regards,

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Old March 2nd 08, 02:25 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
Tom Hayden
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Elodie

I was not able to view any of your drawings. When I clicked on the aircraft
name, nothing happened.

Tom


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Old March 2nd 08, 11:38 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
Richard Brooks[_2_]
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Tom Hayden said the following on 02/03/2008 01:25:
Elodie

I was not able to view any of your drawings. When I clicked on the aircraft
name, nothing happened.

Tom


Same here but I be the 'buy my book' link works, for some strange reason!

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Old March 2nd 08, 11:45 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
JR[_2_]
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On Sat, 1 Mar 2008 20:25:27 -0500, "Tom Hayden"
geezer1two3atcomcast.net wrote:

Elodie

I was not able to view any of your drawings. When I clicked on the aircraft
name, nothing happened.

Tom


Same here. Just pops into the page of the plane, but all that shows is
the same plane names menu...
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Old March 2nd 08, 12:41 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
Élodie
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Default aircraft 3-view drawings

oh ! There was a mistake in the link ...
Sorry !

It is fine now ....
http://www.elodieroux.com/ZBonus_3vi...vuesDC9-51.htm

thank you for the remark !


"Tom Hayden" geezer1two3atcomcast.net a écrit dans le message de news:
...
Elodie

I was not able to view any of your drawings. When I clicked on the
aircraft name, nothing happened.

Tom



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Old March 2nd 08, 04:26 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
Élodie
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Default aircraft 3-view drawings

Thank you very much for your remarks !
In order to change these mistakes, I will try to find another drawings than
the ones provided by Boeing...
Indeed, the companies often provide drawings with mistakes volountary...
Consequently, my own drawings (based on them) have the same mistakes...and I
really would like to improve them. So thanks very much.

"Robert Moore" a écrit dans le message de news:
8...
"Élodie" wrote
It is fine now ....
http://www.elodieroux.com/ZBonus_3vi...vuesDC9-51.htm


The link might be OK now, but the drawings sure aren't.

I speak specifically of the early Boeing jetliners, the B-707-120,
B-707-320, B-727-100, B-727-200, B-720, all of which I have flown
in service with Pan American World Airways, and also the B-737 series
which I have not flown.

These aircraft were of what we called the "double bubble" construction.
An upper lobe and a lower lobe pinched together at the cabin floor
line. The above mentioned aircraft shared an almost identical upper
lobe, differing only in length, with the major aircraft difference being
the size of the lower lobe. Externally, the cockpit areas all looked
the same.

I call your attention specifically to the drawing of the B-727-100 which
looks more like a DC-9 with a third engine than a Boeing. The B-720 is
not even close, since it should look identical to the B-707-100 except
that it is 8 feet shorter in length.

Bob Moore
(PanAm retired)



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Old March 4th 08, 02:51 PM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
Reed Park
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Default aircraft 3-view drawings

Worked AOK for me. I had no trouble viewing the 3 views.

Regards
Reed

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On Sat, 1 Mar 2008 20:25:27 -0500, "Tom Hayden"
geezer1two3atcomcast.net wrote:

Elodie

I was not able to view any of your drawings. When I clicked on the
aircraft
name, nothing happened.

Tom


Same here. Just pops into the page of the plane, but all that shows is
the same plane names menu...



 




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