Airplane Drawings

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Airplane Drawings

I call these airplane drawings, but they are really highly detailed profile illustrations. They are a collection of aircraft profiles, vehicle profiles and military prints. All these profiles are created on the computer from scratch and are full-blown digital renders, all highly detailed and very accurate.

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Airplane Drawings Index:
• Beechcraft Super King Air Drawings
• CAC CA-25 Winjeel Drawings
• CAC CA-27 Sabre Drawings
• Cessna 150 Drawings
• Cessna 170 Drawings
• Cessna 182 Drawings
• Cessna 195 Businessliner Drawings
• Cessna 205 Drawings
• Cessna 336 Skymaster Drawings
• Dassault Mirage Drawings
• Fairey Gannet Drawings
• Hawker Hurricane Drawings
• Mustang Drawings
• PAC CT-4 Airtrainer Drawings
• Pilatus PC-12 Drawings
• Pilatus PC-6 Turbo-Porter Drawings
• Piper PA-22 Tri-Pacer Drawings
• Piper PA-28 Archer Drawings
• Piper PA-28 Warrior Drawings
• Piper PA-32 Saratoga Drawings
• Piper PA-44 Seminole Drawings
• Vans Aircraft Drawings
• Warbird Drawings

Beechcraft Super King Air Drawings

The Beechcraft King Air family is part of a line of twin-turboprop aircraft produced by the Beech Aircraft Corporation (now Beechcraft Division of Hawker Beechcraft). The King Air line comprises a number of models that have been divided into two families; the Model 90 and 100 series are known as King Airs, while the Model 200 and 300 series were originally marketed as Super King Airs, with "Super" being dropped by Beechcraft in 1996 (although it is still often used to differentiate the 200 and 300 series King Airs from their smaller stablemates).airplane drawings

The King Air was the first aircraft in its class and has been in continuous production since 1964. It has outsold all of its turboprop competitors combined.

The collection of King Air airplane drawings here cover the mundane commuter, the aeromedical specialist to the special commemorative colour scheme.

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Beech King Air B200 VH-HPX of the Australian Army
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Beech King Air B200 VH-MWZ of the Royal Australian Flying Doctor Service
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Beech King Air 200B VH-NSF of the National Safety Council of Australia
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Beech King Air 200B VH-OYA used by ARDU, RAAF
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Beech TC-12B US Navy commemorative scheme
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Beech TC-12B US Navy standard scheme
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Beech King Air 200B VH-ZMO operated by AusJet
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CAC CA-25 Winjeel Drawings

High quality airplane drawing profile prints of one of the most enduring and endearing training aircraft the RAAF has flown. Profiles cover the whole 60 year flying career of the Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation Winjeel from one of the two prototypes, through the various RAAF training schemes, FAC schemes and even civilian Warbird fliers.

The CAC CA-25 Winjeel (aboriginal for "young eagle") entered service with the Royal Australian Air Force in 1955 as an ab-initio to advanced training aircraft. The Winjeel was developed by the Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation at Fishermans Bend in Victoria to satisfy RAAF technical requirement No.AC.77. Sixty two aircraft were built and given the RAAF serials A85-401 to A85-462. airplane drawings

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CAC CA-22 Winjeel prototype A85-364
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CAC CA-25 Winjeel A85-401
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CAC CA-25 Winjeel A85-405
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CAC CA-25 Winjeel A85-407 VH-NTJ painted as A85-443
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CAC CA-25 Winjeel A85-410 in Forward Air Control scheme
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CAC CA-25 Winjeel A85-415 in Forward Air Control scheme
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CAC CA-25 Winjeel A85-418
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CAC CA-25 Winjeel A85-427 VH-WJE
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CAC CA-25 Winjeel A85-443 the only Winjeel painted in this scheme while in RAAF service
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CAC CA-25 Winjeel A85-450 VH-HOY
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CAC CA-25 Winjeel A85-457
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CAC CA-27 Sabre Drawings

The CAC CA-27 Sabre, sometimes known as the Avon Sabre, is an Australian variant of the North American Aviation F-86F Sabre fighter aircraft. The F-86F design was revised by the Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation (CAC) as the CA-27. In 1951, CAC obtained a licence agreement to build the F-86.

It was decided to power the aircraft using a licence-built version of the Rolls-Royce Avon. This involved a re-design of the fuselage as the Avon was shorter, wider and lighter than the General Electric J47 that powered the North American-built aircraft. Because of the engine change the type is often referred to as the Avon Sabre. To accommodate the Avon, over 60% of the fuselage was redesigned along with a 25% increase in the size of the air intake. Another major revision was in replacing the F-86F's six machine guns with two 30mm Aden cannons.

These modifications resulted in one of the fastest versions of the F-86. airplane drawings

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CAC CA-27 Sabre A94-355
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CAC CA-27 Sabre A94-901
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CAC CA-27 Sabre A94-914
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CAC CA-27 Sabre A94-946
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CAC CA-27 Sabre A94-968
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CAC CA-27 Sabre A94-975
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CAC CA-27 Sabre A94-983
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CAC CA-27 Sabre A94-983 VH-IPN Temora Aviation Museum
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Cessna 150 Drawings

The Cessna 150 is a two-seat tricycle gear general aviation airplane, that was designed for flight training, touring and personal use.

The Cessna 150 is the fourth most produced civilian plane ever, with 23,839 aircraft produced. The Cessna 150 was offered for sale in the 150 basic model, Commuter, Commuter II, Patroller and the aerobatic Aerobat models. airplane drawings

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Cessna 150 VH-CYD 2009 Cessna 150 VH-CYD 1974
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Cessna 150 VH-DDW 1964 Darling Downs Aero Club
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Cessna 170 Drawings

The Cessna 170 is a light, single-engine, general aviation aircraft produced by the Cessna Aircraft Company between 1948 and 1956. airplane drawings

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Cessna 170 VH-SLY
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Cessna 182 Drawings

The Cessna 182 Skylane is an American four-seat, single-engine, light airplane, built by Cessna of Wichita, Kansas. It has the option of adding two child seats, installed in the baggage area.

Introduced in 1956, the 182 has been produced in a number of variants, including a version with retractable landing gear, and is the second most popular Cessna model, after the 172. airplane drawings

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Cessna 182 Skylane VH-CKZ 2004 Tandemania Skydiving
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Cessna 182 Skylane VH-RBK 1962 delivery scheme
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Cessna 182 Skylane VH-RBK 2010
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Cessna 182 Skylane VH-RBK 1962 Mid-Murray Flying Club_MMFC_print
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Cessna 182 VH-RBK paint scheme history
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Cessna 195 Businessliner Drawings

The Cessna 190 and 195 Businessliner are a family of light single radial engine powered, conventional landing gear equipped, general aviation aircraft which were manufactured by Cessna between 1947 and 1954.

The 195 model was also used by the United States Air Force, Air National Guard and Army as a light transport and utility aircraft under the designation LC-126. airplane drawings

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Cessna 195 Businessliner VH-VLD "Scatterbolts"
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Cessna 205 Skywagon Drawings

The Cessna 205, 206, and 207, known variously as the Super Skywagon, Skywagon, Stationair, and Super Skylane are a family of single engine, general aviation aircraft with fixed landing gear used in commercial air service and also for personal use. The family was originally developed from the popular retractable-gear Cessna 210.

The line's combination of a powerful engine, rugged construction and a large cabin has made these aircraft popular bush planes. Cessna describes the 206 as "the sport-utility vehicle of the air." These airplanes are also used for aerial photography, skydiving and other utility purposes. They can also be equipped with floats, amphibious floats and skis. Alternatively, they can be fitted with luxury appointments for use as a personal air transport.

Between the start of production in 1962 and 2006 the total Cessna 205, 206 and 207 production has been 8509 aircraft so far. airplane drawings

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Cessna 205 Skywagon VH-CSC 2011
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Cessna 336 / 337 / O-2 Skymaster Drawings

The Cessna Skymaster is a United States twin-engine civil utility aircraft built in a push-pull configuration. Its engines are mounted in the nose and rear of its pod-style fuselage. Twin booms extend aft of the wings to the vertical stabilisers, with the rear engine between them.

The horizontal stabiliser is aft of the pusher propeller, mounted between and connecting the two booms. The combined tractor and pusher engines produce 'centerline' thrust and a unique sound. This unique arrangement negates any asymmetrical power problems usually associated with an engine failure on twin engine aircraft. It effectively makes it the same to fly as a single.

The military version of the 337 is the O-2. It was used extensively for Forward Air Control duties during the Vietnam conflict. airplane drawings

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Cessna 337 VH-NRE Ausjet 2010
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Cessna 337 VH-SBZ
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Cessna 337 VH-VMO
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Cessna O-2 21309 N1309
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Cessna O-2 A21368
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Cessna O-2 A21407 VH-OII
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Cessna O-2 "Yuma Dueces"
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Dassault Mirage Drawings

The Mirage III is a supersonic fighter aircraft designed by Dassault Aviation during the mid-1950s, and manufactured both in France and a number of other countries. It was a successful fighter aircraft, being sold to many air forces around the world and remaining in production for over a decade.

The Australian version of the Mirage was the IIIO. Most of these were built in Australia.

Some of the world's smaller air forces still fly Mirage IIIs or variants as front-line equipment today. airplane drawings

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Dassault Mirage III A3-15
Bare metal
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Dassault Mirage III A3-15
Camouflage
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Dassault Mirage III A3-15
Grey
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Dassault Mirage III A3-15
Jubilee scheme
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Dassault Mirage III A3-100
Camouflage
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Fairey Gannet Drawings

The Fairey Gannet was a British carrier-borne anti-submarine warfare and airborne early warning aircraft of the post-Second World War era developed for the Royal Navy's Fleet Air Arm by the Fairey Aviation Company. It is a mid-wing monoplane with a tricycle undercarriage and a crew of three, and a Double Mamba twin turboprop engine driving two contra-rotating propellers.

The Royal Australian Navy operated Gannets from both shore bases and aboard HMAS Melbourne. airplane drawings

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Fairey Gannet XA517 RAN
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Fairey Gannet XG789 RAN
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Fairey Gannet XG826 RAN
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Fairey Gannet XG888 RAN
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Hawker Hurricane Drawings

The Hawker Hurricane is a British single-seat fighter aircraft that was designed and predominantly built by Hawker Aircraft Ltd for the Royal Air Force (RAF). Although largely overshadowed by the Supermarine Spitfire, the aircraft became renowned during the Battle of Britain, accounting for 60% of the RAF's air victories in the battle, and served in all the major theatres of the Second World War.

The 1930s design evolved through several versions and adaptations, resulting in a series of aircraft which acted as interceptor-fighters, fighter-bombers (also called "Hurribombers"), and ground support aircraft. Further versions known as the Sea Hurricane had modifications which enabled operation from ships. Some were converted as catapult-launched convoy escorts, known as "Hurricats". More than 14,000 Hurricanes were built by the end of 1944 (including at least 800 converted to Sea Hurricanes[2] and some 1,400 built in Canada by Canadian Car and Foundry). airplane drawings

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Jack Storey's Hurricanes
WWII Australian Ace
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North American and CAC
P-51 Mustang Drawings

The P-51 Mustang was one of the great success stories of the Second World War. It involved the successful mating of the outstanding Rolls Royce Merlin V12 engine with the sleek North American P-51B airframe.

Australia's Mustangs were a mix of imported North American Aviation machines, NAA kits that were assembled in Australia and a local production run of 200 machines built by Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation. The local production run took place through the end of the war.

Australian-built Mustangs are highly sort after in the Warbird fraternity as they were generally more carefully and slowly put together due to the lack of wartime pressures. Many are still flying and are often used as Unlimited class air race machines, some heavily modified. airplane drawings

Most of these profiles also appear in Cam Care's book The 'Stang: From Inglewood, Dallas and Fishermens bend. The 'Stang is published by Red Roo Models and is available from the Red Roo Models webshop.

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Mustang A68-1 1945
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Mustang A68-1 1967
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Mustang a68-1 N51WB
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Mustang A68-2
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Mustang A68-5 VH-BVM
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Mustang A68-23
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Mustang A68-39 VH-BOY
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Mustang A68-43
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Mustang A68-47
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Mustang A68-48
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Mustang A68-71
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Mustang A68-85
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Mustang A68-100 1950
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Mustang A68-100 N51AB
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Mustang A68-100 VH-BOW
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Mustang A68-104 1954
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Mustang A68-104 VH-BOB
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Mustang A68-105 VH-JUC
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Mustang A68-107 VH-AUB
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Mustang A68-110 VH-MFT
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Mustang A68-111
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Mustang A68-113 1955
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Mustang A68-113 G-ARUK
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Mustang A68-113 VH-UWB
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Mustang A68-118 VH-AGJ
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Mustang A68-121
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Mustang A68-122
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Mustang A68-143
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Mustang A68-166
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Mustang A68-170 VH-SVU
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Mustang A68-175 1953
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Mustang A68-175 CF-WWH
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Mustang A68-175 N51DT
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Mustang A68-175 N64824 1970
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Mustang A68-175 N64824 Speed Ball Alice
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Mustang A68-187 VH-UFO
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Mustang A68-192 G-HAEC
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Mustang A68-192 VH-FCB Brookes
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Mustang A68-192 VH-FCB Castrol
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Mustang A68-197
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Mustang A68-198 N286JB
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Mustang A68-199 VH-BOZ
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Mustang A68-563
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Mustang A68-565
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Mustang A68-675
Dove of Peace
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Mustang A68-675
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Mustang A68-679
Strega
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Mustang A68-719
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Mustang A68-675
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Mustang A68-786
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Mustang A68-806
RoKAF 18
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Mustang A68-809
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Mustang A68-812
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Mustang A68-1001
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Mustang FB128
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Mustang FB244
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Mustang KH716
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Mustang KH745
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Mustang KH794
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Mustang KH853
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PAC CT-4 Airtrainer Drawings

The CT/4 prototype ZK-DGY first flew on February 23, 1972. Two prototypes were built, at which point AESL became New Zealand Aerospace Industries Ltd. Production was launched against an order for 24 from the Royal Thai Air Force. The type was then selected as the primary trainer for the Royal Australian Air Force.

The 62nd machine was the first CT/4B, with detail improvements, mostly in instrumentation. The CT/4B was ordered by the Royal New Zealand Air Force (19) and the Royal Rhodesian Air Force (14). The Rhodesian aircraft were embargoed by the New Zealand government after being built and spent 6 years in storage before being sold to the Royal Australian Air Force. This caused financial difficulties for the manufacturer, which lead to the firm re-emerging as the Pacific Aerospace Corporation (PAC).

The CT/4 has proved to be an agile and capable military training aircraft. It is currently in use with the RNZAF and the RTAF and was formerly used by the RAAF (until primary training was sub contracted to BAE Systems). In Australia the type is commonly known as the plastic parrot, (a reference to its gaudy RAAF colour scheme—the aircraft is, in fact, of all-aluminium construction). Many former RAAF and RNZAF aircraft are owned by private pilots and by companies contracted to provide training for airforces or airlines. Some new-build CT/4s have also been produced for such private owners. airplane drawings

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PAC CT-4A ZK-DGY
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PAC CT-4A A19-027
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PAC CT-4A A19-49 VH-PTM
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PAC CT-4A A19-061 VH-MQA
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PAC CT-4A A19-077
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PAC CT-4A First and Last
PAC CT-4B BAE Systems
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PAC CT-4B VH-YCD
BAE Systems
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PAC CT-4E NZ1992 RNZAF
Red Checkers
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PAC CT-4E NZ1994
RNZAF 75th Anniversary
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PAC CT-4F VH-XFR
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Pilatus PC-6 Turbo-Porter Drawings

The Pilatus PC-6 Porter is a single-engined Short Take-Off and Landing (STOL) utility aircraft designed by Pilatus Aircraft of Switzerland. First flown in 1959, the PC-6 has been built in both piston engine and turboprop powered versions, and has been built both by Pilatus and by Fairchild Hiller in the United States. It remains in production as of mid-2012.

The Porter has seen both military and civil service in Australian hands. The profile prints shown here include Australian Army colour schemes along with some of the civil liveries it has worn. airplane drawings

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Pilatus PC-6 Porter A14-652 1992
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Pilatus PC-6 Porter A14-652 1975
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Pilatus PC-6 Porter A14-652 VH-OWB 2011
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Pilatus PC-6 Porter A14-680 1976
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Pilatus PC-6 Porter A14-687 173 Squadron 1989
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Pilatus PC-6 Porter A14-690 547 Signal Troop Vietnam 1971
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Pilatus PC-6 Porter HB-FRS UN 1993
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Pilatus PC-6 Porter VH-FSB 1973
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Pilatus PC-6 Porter VH-SMA 1970
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Pilatus PC-6 Porter ZK-MCN Mount Cook Ski Planes 2012
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Pilatus PC-12 Drawings

The Pilatus PC-12 achieved Swiss certification on 30 March 1994, and U.S. Federal Aviation Administration approval on 15 July 1994. As with many other Pilatus aircraft, the PC-12 is powered by a single Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6 turboprop engine (the PT6A-67B). It is certified for single-pilot IFR operations, though operators may choose to utilize a second flight crew member. Pilatus offers the PC-12 in a standard nine-seat airliner form, in a four-passenger seat/freight Combi version, and as a six-seat corporate transport with an option for a seven-seat variation.
Pilatus announced the PC-12NG (Next Generation) in 2006, and officially launched it in 2007. The NG features a more powerful Pratt & Whitney PT6A-67P engine with better climb performance and an increase in maximum cruise speed to 280 kts TAS. The NG also features a Honeywell APEX glass cockpit. The revised cockpit includes automatic pressurization control as well as cursor controlled inputs to the navigation system. The PC-12 NG winglets have also been modified from the original version.
Most PC-12s are used as corporate transports, but regulatory changes in Australia, Brazil, Canada, and the United States have cleared single engine turboprops such as the PC-12 for regional passenger transport operations in those countries. This opens a new market for the PC-12 as a regional airliner that would replace older twin piston-engined aircraft.
In 1994, the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia was the launch customer of the PC-12 and now operates more than 36 PC-12 aircraft across Australia. airplane drawings

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Pilatus PC-12 RFDS
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Pilatus PC-12 VH-FVB RFDS
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Piper PA-22 Tri-Pacer Drawings

The Piper PA-20 Pacer was originally designed as a tailwheel aircraft and thus had somewhat limited forward visibility on the ground and more demanding ground-handling characteristics. To help introduce more pilots to easier, safer flying, in 1953 the PA-20 was redesigned and offered as the PA-22 Tri-Pacer with a nosewheel instead of the tailwheel landing gear.

Additionally, the Tri-Pacer offered higher-powered engine options in the form of 150 hp (112 kW) and 160 HP (120 kW) engines, whereas the largest engine available to the original Pacer had an output of 135 hp (100 kW). At the time the tricycle undercarriage became a popular preference and 1953 saw the PA-22 Tri-Pacer outsell the Pacer by a ratio of six to one. Due to the geometry of the nosewheel installation it is sometimes referred as the "Flying Milk Stool".

The Tri-Pacer is now a collectable vintage aeroplane that combines practicality with rag-and-tube flying. airplane drawings

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Piper PA-22 Tri-Pacer
VH-MTS Sunraysia Air Taxis 1960
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Piper PA-22 Tri-Pacer
VH-MTS 2010
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Piper PA-28 Archer Drawings

The Piper PA-28 series is a family of light aircraft designed for flight training, air taxi, and personal use. It is built by Piper Aircraft of the U.S.

All members of the PA-28 family are all-metal, unpressurised, single-engine, piston-powered airplanes with low-mounted wings and tricycle landing gear. They all have a single door on the copilot side (right), which is entered by stepping on the wing.

The first PA-28 received its type certificate from the Federal Aviation Administration in 1960, and the series remains in production to this day.

The subject of these prints is the Archer variant. Generally similar to the American Cherokee versions, the Archers have upgraded engines and now include a glass cockpit option. airplane drawings

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Piper PA-28 Archer III VH-MFS Moorabbin Flying Services 2011
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Piper PA-28 Archer III VH-TXD Moorabbin Flying Services 2011
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Piper PA-28 Archer III
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Piper PA-28 Warrior Drawings

The Piper PA-28 series is a family of light aircraft designed for flight training, air taxi, and personal use. It is built by Piper Aircraft of the U.S.

All members of the PA-28 family are all-metal, unpressurised, single-engine, piston-powered airplanes with low-mounted wings and tricycle landing gear. They all have a single door on the copilot side (right), which is entered by stepping on the wing.

The first PA-28 received its type certificate from the Federal Aviation Administration in 1960, and the series remains in production to this day.

The subject of these prints is the Warrior variant. Generally similar to the American Cherokee versions, the Warriors have upgraded engines and now include a glass cockpit option. airplane drawings

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Piper PA-28 Warrior II VH-BZE Royal Victorian Aero Club 2005
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Piper PA-28 Warrior II VH-CGT Royal Victorian Aero Club 2005
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Piper PA-28 Warrior II VH-CGT Royal Victorian Aero Club 2007
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Piper PA-28 Warrior II VH-JIO Royal Victorian Aero Club 2011
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Piper PA-28 Warrior II VH-LBL Royal Victorian Aero Club 2005
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Piper PA-28 Warrior II VH-LBL Royal Victorian Aero Club 2007
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Piper PA-28 Warrior II VH-PZH Royal Victorian Aero Club 2005
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Piper PA-28 Warrior II VH-PZH Royal Victorian Aero Club 2007
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Piper PA-28 Warrior II VH-RQM Royal Victorian Aero Club 2006
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Piper PA-28 Warrior II VH-RQM Royal Victorian Aero Club 2007
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Piper Warrior III VH-TAE Moorabbin Flying Services 2011
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Piper Warrior III VH-TAJ Moorabbin Flying Services 2011
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Piper Warrior III VH-TAK Moorabbin Flying Services 2011
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Piper Warrior III VH-TAU Moorabbin Flying Services 2011
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Piper Warrior III VH-TAX Moorabbin Flying Services 2011
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Piper PA-28 Warrior II VH-TRV Royal Victorian Aero Club 2006
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Piper Warrior III VH-TXH Moorabbin Flying Services 2011
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Piper Warrior III VH-TXU Moorabbin Flying Services 2011
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Piper Warrior III VH-TYD Moorabbin Flying Services 2011
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Piper PA-28 Warrior II VH-UMB Royal Victorian Aero Club 2006
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Piper PA-32 Saratoga Drawings

The Piper PA-32R is a six-seat, high-performance, single engine, all-metal fixed-wing aircraft produced by Piper Aircraft. The design began life as the Piper Lance, a retractable gear version of the Piper Cherokee Six. Later models are known as Saratogas. The primary difference between the Lance and early Saratoga is the development of a tapered wing on the Saratoga, replacing the straight wing on the Lance that was a carryover from the Cherokee Six. Later Saratoga models provided updated/improved avionics, engine and interior touches but retained the same airframe design.

Production of the Saratoga was discontinued in 2009 airplane drawings

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Piper PA-32 Saratoga VH-NJD 2011
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Piper PA-32 Saratoga
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Piper PA-44 Seminole Drawings

The Piper PA-44 Seminole is an American twin-engined light aircraft manufactured by Piper Aircraft. The PA-44 is a development of the Piper Cherokee single-engine aircraft and is primarily used for multi-engine flight training.

The Seminole was built in 1979-82, in 1989-90, and again since 1995. airplane drawings

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Piper PA-44 Seminole
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Piper PA-44 Seminole VH-BTU Oxford Flying School
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Piper PA-44 Seminole VH-NCE Royal Victorian Aero Club
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Piper PA-44 Seminole VH-TAY Moorabbin Flying Services
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Piper PA-44 Seminole VH-TVQ Moorabbin Flying Services
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Piper PA-44 Seminole VH-TYS Moorabbin Flying Services
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Vans Aircraft Drawings

Van's Aircraft is an American kit aircraft manufacturer, founded by Richard "Van" VanGrunsven in 1973.

Van's RV series of aircraft, from the single seat RV-3 to the latest RV-12, are all-aluminum, low-wing monoplanes of monocoque construction. The RV series of airplanes has been extremely successful, with 7,497 flying as of December 2011[1], making the series one of the most numerous of all homebuilt aircraft. They feature responsive controls plus both good speed and fuel economy.

Van's factory is located at Aurora State Airport, Oregon. This airport is the location of an annual fly-in for Van's aircraft owners.The Van’s RV-8 is a tandem two-seat, single-engine, low-wing homebuilt aircraft sold in kit form by Van’s Aircraft. The RV-8 is equipped with conventional landing gear, while the RV-8A version features tricycle landing gear. The design is a larger development of the RV-4, and is similar in appearance to the earlier model. airplane drawings

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Vans RV-8A VH-ZVL
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Vans RV-8A blue
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Vans RV-8A Polished metal
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Warbird Drawings

Warbird is a term used to describe vintage military aircraft that are now operated by civilians or quasi-military organisations such as the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight or Temora Aviation Museums operation of a CAC Sabre that is still owned by the RAAF.

Although the term originally implied piston-driven aircraft from the World War II era, it is now often extended to include all military aircraft, both combat and support types, including jet-powered aircraft, that are no longer in military service. Vintage jet aircraft in airworthy condition are much rarer due to their technical complexity and running costs. Sometimes, the term "warbird" also applies to newly built replicas and reproductions of vintage aircraft, such as Allison V-1710 powered Yak-9s from Yakovlev, Me 262s built by the Me 262 Project and FW 190s by Flug Werk, and can, for earlier eras when military aircraft design was of a less complex nature, even include any one of a large number of different World War I and later military aircraft designs, up through the late 1930s in origin, sometimes powered by vintage engines from the era of the aircraft design being flown. Restored warbirds are a frequent attraction at airshows. Highly modified as well as "stock" warbirds can also frequently be seen at air races, since late-war fighter planes are among the fastest propeller-driven planes ever built. Some of the most popular warbirds for races are the North American Aviation P-51 Mustang, the Hawker Sea Fury and the Grumman F8F Bearcat.

These warbird drawings are all listed above under the appropriate type. They have been collected here as a separate grouping. airplane drawings

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CAC CA-25 Winjeel A85-407 VH-NTJ painted as A85-443
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CAC CA-25 Winjeel A85-418
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CAC CA-25 Winjeel A85-427 VH-WJE
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CAC CA-25 Winjeel A85-450 VH-HOY
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CAC CA-27 Sabre A94-983 VH-IPN Temora Aviation Museum
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Cessna O-2 21309 N1309
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Cessna O-2 A21407 VH-OII
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CAC Mustang Mk21 VH-JUC
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CAC Mustang A68-750(170) VH-SVU
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Pilatus_Porter_PC-6_A14-652_VH-OWB_Camo_2011_print
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