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Harvard! Tony's 2012 design for the Special Issue

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David Ashby - Moderator29/05/2012 08:06:25
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Tony Nijhuis has started the 2012 Model for our Autumn Special issue....can you guess what it is yet? The answer revealed soon wink 2

 

 

Edited By David Ashby on 29/05/2012 08:07:00

kiwi g29/05/2012 08:14:53
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SEAFURY,

Trex700e29/05/2012 09:23:45
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P-47 Thunderbolt?

Richard V-D29/05/2012 09:48:51
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Aeroplane?

alan p29/05/2012 09:58:36
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P51 Mustang or Me 109

IanR29/05/2012 09:59:49
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Cricket bat

Martin Harris29/05/2012 10:00:44
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Bf 109 ?

Alan Wood29/05/2012 10:11:39
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Looks more like an AT6 to me.

GrahamC29/05/2012 10:12:26
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A trainer of some ilk? That looks like a long 'tandem' cockpit opening to me, as I doubt Tony would finish the fairings before topping out the fuselage.

So... how about A Harvard? One that doesn't tip stall?

Promise this was a cross post! - Didn't see the previous guess till I pressed 'post'

Edited By GrahamC on 29/05/2012 10:13:49

graham kindberg129/05/2012 10:21:00
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NO! but its gunna hurt untill i find out

Lee Smalley29/05/2012 11:06:54
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fairy Battle!!

Simon Chambers29/05/2012 11:34:48
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Posted by David Ashby on 29/05/2012 08:06:25:

can you guess what it is yet? The answer revealed soon wink 2

Balsa wood and a bit of filler.........?

.........Sorry, couldn't resist. teeth 2

Glenn Ryan29/05/2012 12:16:17
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What ever it is i'll be looking forward to this issue smiley

Cyclicscooby29/05/2012 12:16:47
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Posted by Simon Chambers on 29/05/2012 11:34:48:
Posted by David Ashby on 29/05/2012 08:06:25:

can you guess what it is yet? The answer revealed soon wink 2

Balsa wood and a bit of filler.........?

.........Sorry, couldn't resist. teeth 2

LOL...

It could be an EDF jet..? altho there's not much sweep...

Luv

Chrisie.. xx

Danny Fenton29/05/2012 12:39:29
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that large opening in the top of the fus makes me think it has a large tandem cockpit as graham and Alan suggest. coul be Japanese?

cheers

Danny

Lindsay Todd29/05/2012 13:20:04
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Looks very AT6 Harvard to me

Linds

Reno Racer29/05/2012 13:55:41
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Here's my swag:

Hawker Sea Hawk

BF109

T-33

Martin Harris29/05/2012 15:14:16
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Posted by Danny Fenton on 29/05/2012 12:39:29:

that large opening in the top of the fus makes me think it has a large tandem cockpit as graham and Alan suggest. coul be Japanese?

cheers

Danny

Or a hole for putting one of those Li-Po things in for those not prone to bolting on a nice lump of oily metal?

Reno Racer29/05/2012 15:20:05
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Its got to be an early jet for EDF power

Andy Blackburn29/05/2012 18:43:26
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Tricky one; it seems to have a fair bit of fuselage under the wing, which (for me) rules out the AT-6. I suspect the large opening is in fact a hatch so on balance, I think it might be something like a P-47. But that still doesn't look right, for some reason...

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