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F-4uJ Jet's Corsair

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That looks... scarily plausible. Nice work!

 

Cheers,

 

Andre

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But how would the tail wheel work with a hot jet pipe just above it..?;):think:

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1 hour ago, Paul J said:

But how would the tail wheel work with a hot jet pipe just above it..?;):think:

 

It was good enoogh for the Supermarine Attacker, Yak-15 and early Me 262's.  ;)

 

Cheers,

 

Andre

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1 hour ago, Hook said:

 

It was good enoogh for the Supermarine Attacker, Yak-15 and early Me 262's.  ;)

 

Cheers,

 

Andre

Maybe the Attacker. The 262 had engines under the wings though. Don't know much about the Russian jobby!  I still think it looks cool though, borrowing the nose end from an F-86!

^_^

Cheers!

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Why are there still oil coolers in the leading edge?  I'm also wondering where the engine - and the c.g. now are.

 

But then - as my wife bears witness frequently - I am an uncbearably pedantic aeronautical engineer.

 

Nice Jetsair, mind. ;-)

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Looks great....

 

and as as others say....it could pass as a actual type.

 

rgds

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good "what if", the idea was looked at with the P-47 by someone.

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Oh, man!  That is very imaginative.    Well done.  Gray/white to boot.  

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