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Convair XP5Y-1 & R3Y-1/2 Tradewind (Ginter 0942612345)

Convair XP5Y-1 & R3Y-1/2 Tradewind  0942612345
Convair XP5Y-1 & R3Y-1/2 Tradewind (Ginter 0942612345)
€ 16.47
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Category:Aviation Books
Subcategory:X-Planes USA
Series:Naval Fighters Number 34
Author:Ginter S.
No. Pages:121
Version:Soft cover
Availability:only 1 remaining

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Category Aviation Books, Subcategory X-Planes USA, ISBN/Box 0942612345, Series Naval Fighters Number 34, Publisher/Brand Ginter, Author Ginter S., Format a4, No. Pages 121, Version Soft cover, Language English

On 20 December 1944, the industry was asked to enter a design competition for a 105,000 pound patrol boat powered by four Pratt & Whitney R-2800 radials. In January 1945, the proposal was amended to include anti-shipping, anti-submarine, and air-search and rescue. Ultimately, the project was cancelled when the submitted designs were deemed marginally superior to existing aircraft. The concept was resurrected on 27 December 1945 in the form of a 165,000 pound flying boat with improved hull design and four turboprop engines to significantly improve performance


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