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    Would make a great movie!

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    Beechcraft Stagerwing
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    Quote Originally Posted by Redback View Post
    (1) The military aircraft i am looking for had its origins in an executive aircraft
    Bristol Blenheim?

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    Beechcraft King Air
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    Focke-Wulf Fw 200 Condor?

    Or the
    Cessna 526 CitationJet?

    Last edited by JohnnyS; 03-25-2014 at 02:20 PM.

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    Sorry to be slow back on this, I've been sleeping!!!!

    Adrian is correct, the Bristol Blenheim light bomber.

    Based on an aircraft built for media magnate Lord Rorthermere which turned out to be significantly faster than any RAF fighter around at the time.

    You are up sir!!!

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    Next warbird:-

    1) Two seat.

    2) Biplane.

    3) Designed for an environment in which it was never used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adavis View Post
    Next warbird:-

    1) Two seat.

    2) Biplane.

    3) Designed for an environment in which it was never used.

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    Next question:-

    1) Two seat.

    2) Biplane.

    3) Designed for an environment in which it was never used.

    4) Shared a particular ability with another more well known aircraft produced by the same company.

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    This is not really fair, as Ernie P. already answered it: The Fiesler Fi 167.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fieseler_Fi_167

    If Ernie wants, he can go ahead and take this and run with the next question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyS View Post
    This is not really fair, as Ernie P. already answered it: The Fiesler Fi 167.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fieseler_Fi_167

    If Ernie wants, he can go ahead and take this and run with the next question.

    JohnnyS; Let's wait until Adrian confirms that's the right answer. I know the Fieseler seems to meet all the requirements; but there are often multiple correct answers. If it is, you go ahead. Besides, I'm trying to lay back a bit. I don't want folks to get tired of my questions. Thanks; Ernie P.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyS View Post
    This is not really fair, as Ernie P. already answered it: The Fiesler Fi 167.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fieseler_Fi_167

    If Ernie wants, he can go ahead and take this and run with the next question.

    Fiesler Fi 167 is correct - Sorry if this was a duplicate!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by adavis View Post
    Fiesler Fi 167 is correct - Sorry if this was a duplicate!!

    Best Regards,
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    Don't sweat the small stuff, Adrian; I was going to sit back and see if any one caught it. JohnnyS did, so I'll let him run with the next question. But, if he doesn't post anything by this evening, I'll post the next question. Thanks; Ernie P.

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    Thanks, Ernie P!

    OK, let's see if I can come up with something interesting.

    1. It was a test aircraft. Only one was built, but it was flown a LOT by many interesting people.

    2. The next aircraft in the series was much faster. MUCH faster!

    3. Developed using parts from different Beech aircraft models.

    4. Twin engined.

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    1. It was a test aircraft. Only one was built, but it was flown a LOT by many interesting people.

    2. The next aircraft in the series was much faster. MUCH faster!

    3. Developed using parts from different Beech aircraft models.

    4. Twin engined.

    5. Although jet powered, top speed was only 180 mph.

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    1. It was a test aircraft. Only one was built, but it was flown a LOT by many interesting people.

    2. The next aircraft in the series was much faster. MUCH faster!

    3. Developed using parts from different Beech aircraft models.

    4. Twin engined.

    5. Although jet powered, top speed was only 180 mph.

    6. At one point, a digital fly-by-wire control system was installed on the aircraft and it's designation was changed from (name)A to (name)B.

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    No guesses yet? Sad.

    1. It was a test aircraft. Only one was built, but it was flown a LOT by many interesting people.

    2. The next aircraft in the series was much faster. MUCH faster!

    3. Developed using parts from different Beech aircraft models.

    4. Twin engined.

    5. Although jet powered, top speed was only 180 mph.

    6. At one point, a digital fly-by-wire control system was installed on the aircraft and it's designation was changed from (name)A to (name)B.

    7. First flight in 1957, retired in 1981.

    8. Go back and re-read clue #2: The next aircraft in the series still holds records for speed.

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    Bell X-14?

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    Yes, Yes, YES!!!

    That's IT.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bell_X-14



    Sir, you ROCK, sir. Please go ahead with the next question!

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    Hi Zip

    Now you gotta figure out a question! That'll teach you to be a smarty pants

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    Ok, Lets see what obscure thing I can find that you guys can answer in one question!
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    Quote Originally Posted by zippome View Post
    Ok, Lets see what obscure thing I can find that you guys can answer in one question!
    Thanks ,
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    Zip; please post your question, Sir. Otherwise, we will have to move on. Thanks; Ernie P.

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    Zip;

    Last chance, Sir. Thanks; Ernie P.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ernie P. View Post
    Zip; please post your question, Sir. Otherwise, we will have to move on. Thanks; Ernie P.

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    Sorry Ernie! I meant to post last night but I ended up helping a buddy move. His divorce reminds me of the old joke. Q." Why is divorce so expensive?" A. "Because its worth it!"


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