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AS.37- A late 1930s proposal for a radio-controlled target in the form of a flying boat. To be powered by a Gipsy Six series II.

Did Airspeed build a prototype?
 

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Re: Airspeed Flying Boat

In this page of the flight archive (Thanks Hesham !) its designated just as a project.
( http://www.flightglobal.com/PDFArchive/View/1951/1951%20-%200354.html?search=Airspeed%20aircr
aft%201951)
 

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British Secret Projects: Fighters and Bombers 1935-1945 lists the following pre-1945 combat plane projects conceived by Airspeed:

AS.29:Bomber to Specification B.1/35
AS.31:Twin-boom rear mounted cockpit fighter project to Specification F.35/35
AS.47:Twin-boom bomber project
AS.48:Single-seat fighter project
AS.52: Bomb glider version of Airspeed Horsa to Specification X.3/41
AS.56:Single-seat fighter project to Specification F.6/42

As a side note, the AS.37 was designed to Specification Q.8/37 (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Airspeed_aircraft).
 

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From Putnam book,

the Airspeed AS.27.
 

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From Putnam's book;

the AS.36.
 

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From Putnam's book,

the AS.49.
 

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From Putnam's book,

the AS.32,AS.33,AS.34 & AS.35.
 

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From Aeroplane 1982-1,

was that a misprint ?.
 

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Maveric is correct, just have a look into Putnam's "Airspeed Aircraft since 1931",
where obviously the 3-view in the very first posts of this thread comes from. ;)
 

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