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Airspeed AS.29 4-egnined bomber to B1/35

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There is a picture of this in British Secret Projects, does anyone have any data on it?
 

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Here it comes:

span:82ft;chord:16ft;overall lenght:66ft6in;height:17ft
overall wing area:875sq.ft.
military load:3,600lb
max.speed: at 15,000ft:289mph
service ceiling:32,600ft
range:1,500miles

source:Airspeed Aircraft since 1931. H.A.Taylor-Putnam.London 1970.
 

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Does anyone have a copy of Aeroplane Monthly 9/12 December 1981? According to AeroKnow, there is an article and 3-view on the Airspeed A.S.29.

http://www.aeroknow.com/ADImisc/ENGLA1-ADI.htm
 

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'Airspeed Paper Aeroplanes part I and II' by
Don Middleton in:
Aeroplane Monthly Dec.1981 and Jan.1982.
(including A.S.29)
 

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Does anyone have a copy of Aeroplane Monthly 9/12 December 1981?

By sheer and absolute co-incidence I scaneed that very issue only this evening! :eek: ;D

Here it is........

cheers,
Robin.
 

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Putnam 3-view of Goshawk engined version with Aquila side-view.

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