The "If Plane A married Plane B, what would their offspring look like?" thread...

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  1. buffnut453

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    This came up as a piece of whimsy in another thread and it seemed like a good idea.

    Here's my opening gambit:

    If a TBM married an F4U, would their kids look like this?

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    I'm sure you imaginative types out there can do better than this....so over to you!
     
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    Sounds like an after 8 beer kinda thread.

    Geo
     
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    Well if you were an F4U it would probably take 8 beers before you'd look at a TBM...?
     
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    The Firebrand was called 'Blackburns Baby Battleship'.....hate to have been on the receiving end of the full grown offspring !!!!.

    Haven't had 8 beers yet... but I'm on the way. Was wondering if this is applicable to same s*x 'planes and not interwhateveryoucallit between a prop and jet jobbie :)

    Will have a think
     
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    No reason why this should apply to "straight" marriages too. After all, we know where baby Ansons come from:

    [​IMG]
     
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    Now we're talking....aircraft p*rn ! :)

    I'm off for a cold oil change
     
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    Cold shower for an Anson? Guess you're easily pleased, Gary!
     
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    A Liberator and a Halifax would have a Mitchell
     

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    #9 oldcrowcv63, Mar 9, 2012
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    Until it grew up and became a chip off the old blocks ! a lanc!
     

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    Ok, here's another for all y'all:

    What if a Sunderland...

    [​IMG]

    Married an F-100 Super Sabre...

    [​IMG]

    Would their kids be Saunders Roe SRA.1s?

    [​IMG]
     
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    there were 2 similar crashes one in Australia on I believe in Dauphin Manitoba the one in Canada was a night landing
     
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    And at least another two in the UK.
     
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    #13 oldcrowcv63, Mar 10, 2012
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    This sounds like coat hangers in my closet. They are always trying to mate too and produce lots of paper clips. Or maybe its the other way around. :confused:

    Anyway this aircraft mating binge has gotten way out of hand: I offer the following evidence!
     

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    What if a P-38 Lightning engaged in unprotected sex with a P-51? The answer is probably too obvious: An F-81.
     

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    How about if an F6F seduced a B-26... Its offspring might look like:
     

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