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Yes, Googles algorithms find virtually everything that has ever been posted for public display. And I've spent 20 yrs fine-tuning my internet searching abilities.   As a little thread drift

Spot on Peter. I thought it would take a little longer. This one should go in 5 minutes.  

Do you ever wonder if Beagle failed because they were all dogs, literally, Terrier, Airedale, Pup and Bulldog? I don’t remember if the twins had names, only remember their numbers!

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prototype Aerostructures Sundowner

essentially a modified Chipmunk with metal covers and a Lycoming and ... Australian

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Another Aussie

The prototype Explorer by Tomair, which later changed its name to Cobra Aviation

Essentially a high-wing variant of the Cobra Arrow

Could be 3 seat in GA

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A CRJ-200ER with the engines on backwards? LOL! Good one! That must be the new Italian fighter jet design! Get away from the enemy at high speed! :cheezy grin:

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Bolkow Bo-208 Junior. aka Malmo MFI-9

 

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Here's a quickie without a piccy.

 

What aircraft had a turboprop in the nose and a turbo fan in the tail?

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Here's a quickie without a piccy.

 

What aircraft had a turboprop in the nose and a turbo fan in the tail?

Test bed Lancaster - mamba up front and adder down the back plus 4 merlins on the wing.

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Shoulda been more specific. Shoulda said "What civilian aircraft...."

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Well it was flown by Armstrong Siddeley so technically not a military aircraft at the time ?

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