Obscure reference

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John Withill
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Obscure reference

Post by John Withill » 06 Jan 2018 14:24

HI Guys .

I'm very keen on tracking down a reference to a design ( never built ) of a large transport aircraft which looked very similar to the Savoia Marchetta SM82 ........ The 82 was used by various German units after the Italian Surrender , but were slow . I did see a referral in the dim and distant past to a design pretty much copied by a German aircraft manufacturer but I'm struggling to find it again . Any takers ????


JOHN :milwink:

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Re: Obscure reference

Post by Dili » 24 Jan 2018 20:29

I don't think there was any copy of SM.82 by Germany.

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Re: Obscure reference

Post by John Withill » 23 Aug 2018 19:12

Hi Dili

I've seen a basic line drawing in a book about the Ju 190 - 290 ...... will find the book ( again ) and quote the working reference number .

John Withill
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Re: Obscure reference

Post by John Withill » 23 Aug 2018 19:12

Hi Dili

I've seen a basic line drawing in a book about the Ju 190 - 290 ...... will find the book ( again ) and quote the working reference number .

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Re: Obscure reference

Post by Denniss » 23 Aug 2018 21:22

Junkers had trimotors with the 252/352 as successor to the 52, both were produced in limited numbers

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