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    Drawings 3 view CONVAIR 240/340


    Hi All ,

    Can anybody find out where I can find drawinhg 3 view free, even if simple of the airplene CONVAIR 240/340 ???

    Thank you for the attention

    Sergio Luiz (JOCA)[sm=cry_smile.gif][sm=cry_smile.gif].....................

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    RE: Drawings 3 view CONVAIR 240/340

    I have the 240/340 & 440 3 views but they are very small.

    I also have a large 3 view of a 340 but it's more artwork than technical drawing, mostly to show airline colours. - John.
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    RE: Drawings 3 view CONVAIR 240/340




    Hi John,

    Thanks for help with this drawings, mine doubts was with the view front the airplane to draw the correct angle of the wing.

    Once again thanks for help.

    Sergio Luiz (JOCA)

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    RE: Drawings 3 view CONVAIR 240/340

    I'm just thinking here, , ,

    I'm wondering if it's such a big difference to modify a DC4 plan.

    - the fuselage is about the same, just shorten it a bit
    - the tail is a bit narrower and maybe slightly taller
    - just use the inboard engines instead of all 4

    Hmmmm, , ,
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    RE: Drawings 3 view CONVAIR 240/340

    Hi Mike,

    I hope the catalog that I sent to you is being of great value in their consultation, but thinking well about your idea of using the drawing of the DC-4 to do a new set plans of Convair I think can give right, I just think will give a more little of work to do the adjustments of one for the other. In my case I already have just the very early drawing in AUTOCAD lack some details to leave the complete plans as for instance, a view of front of the airplane to do the correct diedro.

    Thank you for more this small detail that can help a lot

    SΓ©rgio Luiz (JOCA)

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    RE: Drawings 3 view CONVAIR 240/340

    It may take some hunting, but was a short article on the twin in an early 1950's edition of Air Progress, that had some Trigg's quality drawings as a part of.

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    RE: Drawings 3 view CONVAIR 240/340

    Sergio,
    The best drawing I have found is one from a vacuum formed plastic model kit from Execuform. I think the kit is still avalilable.
    Here is a sample along with my 440 that I haven't worked on in a while.
    Paul

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    RE: Drawings 3 view CONVAIR 240/340

    Hi Wm and Paul ,

    Thank you friends for the help, Paul is possible you to send this drawing for e-mail, because saving direct of the web page he doesn't appear all of the lines.


    Once again thank you for the help of all

    SΓ©rgio Luiz (JOCA) JOCA51@HOTMAIL.COM


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    RE: Drawings 3 view CONVAIR 240/340

    Sergio, , ,

    Yes, , , I think your right.

    Took another look at the difference, and it's alot!


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