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Hero

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Looking for information on the following German Aircraft Engines
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Hello Gentelman


  I am searching for information, drawings etc., on the following two German WW1 aircraft engines. Daimler-Benz DII and the Argus AS 3 any help would be greatly appreciated.


All the Best


Tim R



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If by Daimler Bez II you mean the 195 hp engine then I have a a good side view photo. If this is what U want I'll scan it this evening and post

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Hero

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Hello Robert


 


   I think that is the one, if you can please post it.


Thanks a million


Tim R



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Here U go Tim


I'll do the 20 mm gun tomorrow ( I've aquired AN ADVANCED NEW SCANNER so easy that a small child can operate it. Unfortunately until I can find a small child available to operate it its taking me atleast 5 times longer to scan anything and I have a V V Important meeting tomorrow to prepare for. Just imagine a Madsen on steroids and you'll get the picture(s) (which I hope to post tomorow)



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tim are you looking for argus engine information in connection with the oberschlesien?

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There are 2 pages of line drawings of the 160 and 180 HP Mecedes (Daimler) engines at 3/4inch=1 ft at the back of Scale Aircraft Drawings Volume 1 - World War I.. The book is soft-bound, published by Air Age from old issues of Model Airplane News. There are also drawings of a Clerget engine, Hispano-Suiza engine, Siemens-Halske engine and several machine guns. The material is copyrighted, so posting scans would probably be frowned on. I got my copy on E-Bay.

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