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Old 05-24-2019, 12:26 AM
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Bobscardmodels has one, if you want to quench your thirst.
But as Rob said, this one has a Murph's touch and is special.
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They have the only S-44. The S-40 is extinct.
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Thanks for the clarification. I typed in haste on my way out the door and did not fact check myself. I did remember some sort of a Sikorsky flying boat.....

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Thank's my friends! I hope not disapointed all, in this weekend my intention is build a fuselage along another projetcts on the way (Douglas DB-7, FMA 58 Pucara and Murph's Buffalo)
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Whoa! Who's doing a DB-7, and what scale? Is there an A-20A USAAC option???

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What Pericles hasn't shown yet is that I included optional detailed engines for if you want to leave the cowling rings off. I believe the S-40B(?) had bigger engines without the cowlings and the landing gear removed.
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So that is what has been keeping you busy . Wonderful work. Will have to find some pictures of one in RCAF camo for a repaint . Now that you have this one with four radials out of the way, maybe hope for one with four Allisons? Keep up the great work.


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Whoa! Who's doing a DB-7, and what scale? Is there an A-20A USAAC option???

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DB-7 in french colours but in 1/100 scale, is from Scissors and Planes model, repaint by Brent. But is a good subject for Aaron made, in a pletora of versions...
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So that is what has been keeping you busy . Wonderful work. Will have to find some pictures of one in RCAF camo for a repaint . Now that you have this one with four radials out of the way, maybe hope for one with four Allisons? Keep up the great work.


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John If you intent of what if? Because only three are produced, and all are incorporate in the US Navy, the military life is very short, all are scraped in 1943...
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For all thank's for support and kind words. In this week I update the build with pics...
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I am always learning new things in the Forum. Until I read Pericles' response to John,I did not know that the three S-40s were turned over to the U.S. Navy. I see from the Wiki article on the S-40 that they were used for four-engine training until they were scrapped in 1943.

I must dig our my old issues of The American Aviation Historical Society Journal, which in the Winter 2006 issue reprinted an October 1931 Aviation article on the S-40 with some excellent additional images and Skyways, which October 2006 [good year for S-40 articles] ran a well-illustrated article on the S-40.

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