Cutaway Craft Jet MJ-II , an attempt to Aviation Traders of this small company in Las Vegas to become a portion of the executive jet market, the idea was to take a T.115 DeHavilland Vampire and make it an executive jet of 4 to 5 people, after the conversion of the forward fuselage in a cabin with more equipment and comfort, something that had already been successful in converting some surplus aircraft of the Second World War, would your gateway to port a pilot and five passengers which would have 6 small windows, the pilot would have a broad curved windshield two small side windows would be powered by the reliable DH Derwent but this had a high consumption scope therefore would be severely limited ( something that also adolecieron Vampires) what to recommend to future incorporating auxiliary tanks in the ends of the flat or "Tip Tank" something to speculate in this cutaway, kept the landing gear of the plane but the donor nose wheel was moved forward in the new fuselage and maintained the same pattern of shrinkage, this initiative was launched in 1969 with great publicity and built a prototype that flew not know if the same was languishing in an airport in Las Vegas from where they took some of the few photos showing damage to both drifts, shortly after launch lost interest in the proposal and there were only a few photos and an airplane built, original author and modified by Mike Badrocke Motocar to recreate Free cutting proposal schematic

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