Not a motor glider or a homebuilt. Registered but crashed after a couple of test flights as the engine was new and unreliable.
Noted air racer and test pilot Tony LeVier nearly lost his life testing this machine.
Mendenhall M-1 (Special)
You got it Eric. Have at it-
Another glider then ;-)
Fokker FG 2
Over to you.
Cute, in a way.
Shelton AG-4 Crusader
Al it is.
I recalled the outline of the Shelton Crusader from a modeling site where a scratchbuilt model of the type was shown.
Admire all the other odd shapes the same modeler created...
And the next challenge!
A one-off from the beginning of the Thirties.
The name of the designer is usually connected to a huge bomber of the
Twenties, which also was a one-off.
The Barling B-6 it is.
Your turn, Skyraider3D.
A BAT FK-26 ?
Armstrong Whitworth F.K.5 Gunship?
Fascinating stuff. I am perplexed by the A.W. designations and maybe an expert out there can help. The same aircraft is called F.K.12 by J M Bruce, but the machine in the post differs from any I have seen before by apparently having two paired sets of mainwheels in tandem. Is this correct ?
No ideas, gentlemen? I was inclined to give you a clue, but then someone shouted: 'don't tell him, Pike'. So I won't!
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