Focke Wulf Ta-183

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Focke Wulf Ta-183

Post by 2stroke » 05 Sep 2005 22:43

Hello !

Could anybody help me with some pictures , blueprints and facts/history about the Focke Wulf Ta-183

Especially what happened to the prototypes wich been handed over to the Russians and the ones to the US !!

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I have found one picture shoving the RUSSIAN testing the Ta-183
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Post by 2stroke » 05 Sep 2005 22:46

One draving...
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Post by MadderCat » 06 Sep 2005 07:09

hi

try the forums search : http://forum.axishistory.com/search.php ... 1140844504

or ry this site: http://www.luft46.com/fw/fw.html


by the way your picture of the russian Ta183 is a fake

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Post by Victor » 06 Sep 2005 07:37

2stroke, please mention sources for the photos you post. Otherwise they are subject to deletion. See the forum guidelines, here: http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic.php?t=6

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Post by 2stroke » 07 Sep 2005 19:01


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OK Victor I get the point !

The pictures and dravings on the Focke Wulf Ta-183 , that I have
I have been receiving them from people around the globe !

I have no idea were they come from....... :cry: :cry:

Sorry !!

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Here are one more litle picture.

The Russians when they landing.
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Fake or not.

Post by 2stroke » 07 Sep 2005 19:04

MadderCat wrote:hi

Your picture of the russian Ta183 is a fake !
Maybe maybe not, I don't know. :roll: ?

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Post by Huck » 07 Sep 2005 19:28

The picture with Ta-183 landing is obviously a model plus some poor Photoshop touches.
However, for the first pic I would like to see serious reasons for dismissing it as a fake.

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Post by Melinka » 07 Sep 2005 19:36

Hey everybody,
do you know where is stocked now the Ta-183 ???
I know a lot of german secret aircrafts are joined together in the Silver Hill Museum in Washington D.C.
but I have no idea concerning the Ta-183, please if someone has any informations, tell me thanks
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More Pictures....

Post by 2stroke » 08 Sep 2005 10:18

Here are some more nice pictures on Focke Wulf Ta-183


* http://img360.imageshack.us/img360/8711 ... jpg4ws.jpg

* http://img371.imageshack.us/img371/4038/ta183uc6nl.jpg

* http://img369.imageshack.us/img369/7021 ... nel6rs.jpg

* http://img369.imageshack.us/img369/4582/ta183tb7kv.jpg

* http://img369.imageshack.us/img369/4909 ... ion0zq.jpg

* http://img369.imageshack.us/img369/9585 ... ya00tm.jpg

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And some realy nice pictures on a modell that somebody has made....

* http://img369.imageshack.us/img369/2504/01c1pl.jpg

* http://img369.imageshack.us/img369/5028/03bb0yl.jpg

* http://img369.imageshack.us/img369/6940/04nnn5uw.jpg



If you have any pictures and/or information about the Focke Wulf Ta-183 at all , PLEASE post them here !!!

Everything is important to me.

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Fake or not fake.......

Post by 2stroke » 08 Sep 2005 15:16

THANX all for your support !

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I think it doesn't matter if the pictures are fake or not fake !!
( because everybody knows how the Ta-183 looked like ! )

The important is the history around the aircraft type itself !!!

1. What happened to the one ( 1 ) prototype that was captured by the russians ?
( they also captured all the drawings that was found at the Focke-Wulf factory )

2 . What happened to the rest 3-4 prototypes that was capptured by the Allied ( USA and so on ) ?

3. Does anyone have or know were to find fact, figures, drawings & pictures around this aircraft ?



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Post by MadderCat » 08 Sep 2005 15:33

mostly you find that 1 (ONE) mockup existed and was captured by the USSR
parts for several others included, transported to russia, design studied & perhaps
influenced Lavotschkin & MiG-desgin teams

data shets for the Ta 183 were captured by russians, americans & english
these data were acquired by swedish aircraft engineers to build the Saab Tunnan


please do not confuse the 183 with concurring Messerschmitt Product,
which was transfered to the US and was studied & flown by Bell



just for the fun of what-if....
http://www.amtechmodels.com/product_vie ... em=ta183bn

3. Does anyone have or know were to find fact, figures, drawings & pictures around this aircraft ?
"there is a new ting out there, maybe you don't know yet...but now you know it....it's called google..."
you will find by just using google books, reports, pictures, models, what-if-decals etc.....



MadderCat

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Post by Oleg Grigoryev » 08 Sep 2005 15:38

Hmm the first sketch of what later became the MiG-15 was done by the guy who was chief designer of He-162.

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Post by Huck » 08 Sep 2005 17:29

Well, I read the threads but I haven't seen any particular reason why that photo is a fake.
Can you be more explicit?

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