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Bölkow Bo 208 Junior Doku

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Espenlaub
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Bölkow Bo 208 Junior Doku

Postby Espenlaub » 05 Dec 2015, 16:54

Bo 208 Junior, Download aller Zeichnungen hier:
http://modell-aviator.de/downloads/erst ... 08-junior/

Zeichnung © by H.-J.FISCHER

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Hans-Jürgen
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Re: Bölkow Bo 208 Junior Doku

Postby Elliot Howells » 07 Dec 2015, 18:43

The precursor to the Monsun!

has that 'marmite' appeal.

Ell.

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Re: Bölkow Bo 208 Junior Doku

Postby VinceC » 09 Dec 2015, 17:16

I've have flown in one of these and survived. Cosy cockpit and front opening canopy. We sat on the runway at Cardiff with the canopy open facing the direction from which the Red Arrows were approaching for a low level pass. I'm surprised I am here to tell you about it.

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Re: Bölkow Bo 208 Junior Doku

Postby Espenlaub » 10 Dec 2015, 04:10

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Re: Bölkow Bo 208 Junior Doku

Postby Elliot Howells » 10 Dec 2015, 08:51

It's the same idea as the pawnee using a cub wing and tailplane I guess? The tailgroup on the 208 are identical to the monsun, I'd assume the main wings aren't a million miles off either.

Hard to love, the 208.

Ell.


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