By H. Wittenberg
Airplane layout four (2001) seventy nine - eighty
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Sixty four pages, good illustrated (many in colour) , diagrams, pictorial wrappers, first-class. textual content in English and Italian. From the writer: "The booklet starts off with a quick tale of the beginning and use of the G. fifty five layout. The technical half is wealthy of color unique inside photos and of technical info of the outside of the sort, together with flaps and undercarriage.
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