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Blackburn B.44

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Does anyone have any information, pictures etc... of the Blackburn B.44 float fighter. I have British Secret Projects, and there is limited information in the back. Does anyone have anything further?

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DJM
 

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Looks doable for a kitbasher, start with a Fairey Firefly, some P-47 outer wings, and a Kingfisher float.

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Anyone has the drawing in a bigger resolution? Sadly the aiwarfareforum is long gone now.
 

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The intake/radiator is principally the same as in the early marks of the Blackburn Firebrand or later marks
of Fairey Firefly.
(drawings fom http://www.the-blueprints.com )
And apart from the single compared to the twin engined layout not really different to the DH Mosquito, I think.
 

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