Allan Lockheed Strato-Plane Project of 1935

hesham

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Hi,

here is a double-deck Stratosphere airplane designed by Allan Lockheed in 1935,I
don't know if it was a real project or not ?.

http://blog.modernmechanix.com/building-stratosphere-air-liners/1/#mmGal
 

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Allan withdrew from Lockheed in 1932, so if anything happened with this it is not a Lockheed corporation design.
 

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Jos Heyman said:
Allan withdrew from Lockheed in 1932, so if anything happened with this it is not a Lockheed corporation design.

Yes my dear Jos,I know that,so I wrote it as this.
 
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The layout is clearly related to the Lockheed Brothers Aircraft Corporation Duo-Four/Duo-Six, and
later Alcor Aircraft Corporation Alcor C-6-1, both companies started by Allan Loughead/Lockheed,
the former with his brother Malcolm in 1930, the latter in 1937.
Alcor comes from Allan Lockheed Corporation.
So, yes, it is a Lockheed design, just not one from the Lockheed Aircraft Company. ::)

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The two pictures are of different aircraft.

The first has a shoulder mounted wing and the second a mid level wing. Did they rebuild it?
 
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