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Bleriot early Projects

hesham

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Hi,


here is the early Bleriot Projects, B.XXIX,B.XXXVII and B.XXXII;


http://flyingmachines.ru/Site2/Crafts/Craft29204.htm
http://flyingmachines.ru/Site2/Crafts/Craft29205.htm
 

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Hi,


here is anther three projects to Bleriot,Type XV,1910 project and Type XXVI;


http://www.papybleriot.fr/archives/p120-10.html
 

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Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1913 by Fred Jane has listed under the Bleriot projects the Military Special of 1913 (shown above) and the Bleriot Limousine, an image of which is below.
 

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Re: Bleriot early Projects & rare Aircraft

Hi,


here is the Bleriot Type-XXV canard pusher tailless aircraft.
 

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From French Aircraft of the First World War,

here is a two little known Projects,the first one was called Type-65.
 

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I've always loved the look of this aeroplane, Bleriot's XXVII in the RAF Museum's collection, with its blended hori stab and stylish all-moving rudder and hood over the engine to stop the pilot being showered with castor oil from its rotary radial.

The exact origins of this machine are unknown; it was gifted to the MoD before the RAFM became a thing as part of the Nash Collection and it is believed, but not ultimately certain that it was the aeroplane that Bleriot built in his 'summer holidays' in 1911 and flown from Hardelot Beach by Alfred Le Blanc, Bleriot's pilot, reaching an unofficial speed of 130 kph, having been designed as a racing machine.
 

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