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DH Mosquito cockpit

January 4, 2016 in Aviation

There aren´t many surviving Mosquitos around these days. So what to do? Build your own of course. At least that is what Lincoln Nietschke did for his own museum in Greenock, South Australia. This is a wooden full scale model of a wooden airplane, partly built using original parts. No perspex canopy but at least the frames are there. Most of the instruments are real, but a few black boxes are fake. This particular Mossie has a full fuselage and mid wing section and is of the cannon armed version. There is also a cockpit section of the glass nosed version to be seen in the museum. Big model or not, I found it very exiting to pop my head into this one to have a look around and get a feeling of the size.

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7 responses to DH Mosquito cockpit

  1. The ultimate “scratch build”, wouldn’t ya say? lol

  2. Thank”s for foto

  3. Thanks for your great photos, they’re doing amazing job for all of us – historians, fans and modellers. I’d love to see it one day 🙂

  4. That’s so cool. I sat in the Mossie at the Treloar Centre Canberra. A wonderful job done here. Looks the same. 🙂

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