Donnet Denhaut

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Donnet Denhaut

Postby Aeromarino » Fri Jan 05, 2018 10:47 am

Hello and a happy new year for all of you,

I just working on a Donnet Denhaut model in 1/72. And I don't have no clue what the inside of such a flying boat could have looked like. How would you design the hull sides and the instrument panel? Is there anyone who has an idea?


Best regards, Aeromarino
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Re: Donnet Denhaut

Postby schneiderman » Wed Jan 10, 2018 9:52 am

I would suggest using one of the well documented italian 'boats for guidance, The Macchi M7 or Savoia S13 for example. There is an M7 in a museum in Sweden so you could see if there are any interior photos online or try to contact them for information.
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Re: Donnet Denhaut

Postby Aeromarino » Fri Jan 26, 2018 12:37 am

Tahnk you for your hint. I will have a look at the Macchi M7 and Savoia S13.
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Re: Donnet Denhaut

Postby seawings » Mon Feb 05, 2018 7:14 pm

Hi Aeromarino,

I probably have got everything you need in my SEAWINGS archive. FYI - there are cockpit images already on the site, go look at the Macchi M.7 walk-round.

Email me off board and I will DropBox anything you require to you.
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