lesser known/experimental aircraft

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  1. Auravir

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    Post any lesser known or experimental aircraft you know of.

    Ill start the DB project C.
     
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    Don't know how "lesser" known it is, but here is my entry:
    Gloster E.28/39

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    Do you mean from WWII or from any time?
     
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    any time
     
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    oh okay kool
     
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    Do 31 looks like something from the Jetsons. Is that windows on the pods on the wing tips?

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    yeap u can carry troops in the wings
     
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    How about Convair's XF-1 "Pogo" ?

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    wasent that base on a germman desain
     
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    I don't think so, but I don't know for sure...

    This particular one use to sit at NAS NorVa in the late 50's. Saw it
    many times.

    It was very simular to the Lockheed XFV, "Salmon"

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    thats preatty kool
     
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    smg you need to downsize your siggy...
     
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    SMG, nice siggy.

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    okay
    amm.......
    how do i do that
     
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    And, France's SNECMA c.450-01

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    Arado 440
     
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    The 'pods' held the Rolls-Royce lift jets.
     
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