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Ambrosini P.18 jet trainer

hesham

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From my dear Jon of Airwarfareforum site;

and God bless his soul,here is the Ambrosini P.18 side-by-side two
seat jet trainer project,it was a mid-wing cantilever monoplane of
all metal structure,powered by one 880 1b Turbomeca Marbore II
turbojet engine,its external dimensions were; span 9.90m (32 ft. 6 in.)
length 7.50m (24 ft. 7 in.) and height 2.90m (9 ft. 6 in.).

Also I spoke before about the Ambrosini P.512 aircraft here;
http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,2093.0/highlight,ambrosini+p+512.html
 

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Well, air intakes are totally different. The real Italian Provost was the first version of the MB-326, with side-by-side seating.
 

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Skybolt said:
Well, air intakes are totally different. The real Italian Provost was the first version of the MB-326, with side-by-side seating.

Oh, this early version of the MB-326 is totally new to me, thanks Skybolt (it is possible to see a drawing about it?).
 

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