Tue May 11, 1999 2:18 am

Hello all. I am rather new to this site, but was hoping that someone out there can help me out with a project that I am working on. I am currently in the process of trying to build a 1/144 scale model of the Lockheed L-1011-500. Is there anyone who could help me with a drawing of where the aircraft was shortened?? I already know the dimensions, but just ain't sure of how the rear of the aircraft was shortened. The front half is pretty obvious. Thanks for any help.

RE: L1011-500

Tue May 11, 1999 3:52 am

If you look at the other series...they have that very last passenger cabin at the rear, between the number 3 and 4 doors. the last door being that undersized emergency exit. However the -500 doesn't have that last part of the cabin. There is only a 13ft difference between the 2 airframes i believe

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