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Originally posted by emile
This is the Yak-1000, in which, probably uniquely for Russia, the designation indicates the planes expected speed (1,000mph). Unfortunately it never even flew.
The picture shows the prototype of the Sud Ouest SO-4000, a twin jet bomber of 1951 vintage. It does look very much like an Arsenal design aerodynamically but it is quite a lot bigger.
This pic actually shows the small scale development plane for the bomber pictured above. It was called the Sud Ouest M.2, the preceding M.1 was a glider version.
I am going to have to put a bit of effort into the others so I will return, unless someone beats me to them.
Originally posted by Peronemlin
I´m still looking, but this is getting too hard!!…… but the rest of it you got is easier
Now the first one is Potez 75, that mystere I agree with you. Let's see what would Waynos say
By the way, Waynos! could you post me some photo of Agusta A. 105? I couldn't find more from internet, only the one I showed you already. You may post it to my E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. thanks again.
[edit on 6-4-2005 by emile]
Originally posted by BillHicksRules
That last test was way too easy!!!!
Not your usual standard.
Ha ha ha ha Is the picture you posted too hard to guess or too easy to attract ones guessing? I don't know, but I know that Waynos devisedly post easy pics just for me not for you. You should join the next times, no, this times.
By the way, Wayns, today I got this one which I had showed it to you is Sukhoi T-3 by a fortuitous chance in the library.