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BrianF
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Vintage Instruments and parts

Post by BrianF »

These might help someone.
From my collection of Orlik parts, 1930s era but things like the bezels could be used on modern ships.
Brian
3D files.jpg
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Bezels.zip
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Chamber.zip
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Instrument faces.zip
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Instruments.zip
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Pedals.zip
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Pitot.zip
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Martin Gough
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Re: Vintage Instruments and parts

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Fantastic will be very useful too many.
Martin.

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Re: Vintage Instruments and parts

Post by john greenfield »

Hi Brian

Does this mean you are back working on your Orlik?

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BrianF
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Re: Vintage Instruments and parts

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Could be .................... :|
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