Canadair CL-0 to CL-100 designation list
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Canadair CL-0 - Douglas C-47 conversion to DC-3, 1945
Canadair CL-1 - Consolidated OA-10A (last of Canadian Vicker's PBY-5/Canso orders), 1944
Canadair CL-2 - North Star MkI (4 x RR Merlin 622s or 722s), 1944/'46
Canadair CL-3 - * Northrop N-23/C-125 Raider (3 x R-1820), 1949 (became CL-12)
Canadair CL-4 - North Star C-4 and Argonaut (4 x RR Merlin 624s or 724s)
Canadair CL-5 - North Star C-5 (4 x P&W R-2800-CA15s)
Canadair CL-6 - [not assigned]
Canadair CL-7 - * enlarged C-5 derivative, North Star C-7 (4 x P&W R-2800-CA15s), 1950
Canadair CL-8 - [not assigned]
Canadair CL-9 - [not assigned]
Canadair CL-10 - [not assigned]
Canadair CL-11 - * RCAF type number for North Star C-5 (duplicating CL-5 designation), 1950
Canadair CL-12 - * Northrop N-23/C-125 Raider (3 x R-1820), 1949
Canadair CL-13 - licenced NA Sabre (Sabre 1, 2, 3, 4), CL-13A/Sabre 6, CL-13B/Sabre 6,
CL-13C (Sabre 5 with area rule), CL-13D (?), CL-13E (Sabre 6 with reheat).
Canadair CL-14 - * military jet trainer, 1950
Canadair CL-15 - * Beech T-36 military trainer (2 x R-1820, CL-15A 2 x AS Mamba), 1951
Canadair CL-16 - * pilot trainer (2 x R-2800), 1951 [possibly Beech T-36A?]
Canadair CL-17 - * 15-seat local transport (2 x Wright C7B6), 1951 [Beech T-36 deriv.?]
Canadair CL-18 - * transport, local, 27-seat (2 x Wright 959, C98E1), 1951
Canadair CL-19 - * transport, intercity, 32-seat (2 x Napier Eland), 1951
Canadair CL-20 - CARDE Velvet Glove, air-to-air-missile, 1951
Canadair CL-21 - * transport, local, 32-passenger (2 x Wright C98E1)
Canadair CL-22 - * transport, intercity, 32-pass (1 x AS Double Mamba), 1951
Canadair CL-23 - * transport, local service, 21-pass (1 x AS Mamba A.S.Ma.3), 1951
Canadair CL-24 - * RCN SAR aircraft (engine type?), 1951
Canadair CL-25 - * transport, local service, 21-pass (1 x AS Mamba A.S.Ma.3), 1952
Canadair CL-26 - * transport, local service, 32- or 36-pass (2 x P&W R-2180 Twin Hornets)
three versions, high or low winged, 1952
Canadair CL-27 - * transport, inter-city (4 x 2750 shp Allison T-38s),
three versions, 60-, 68-, or 84-passengers, 1951/'52
Canadair CL-28 - maritime patrol, CP-107 Argus (4 x R-3350 TC981 EA-1s), 1952
Canadair CL-29 - * maritime patrol aircraft (? x R-3350-85s), 1952
Canadair CL-30 - CT-133 Silver Star (Nene-powered Lockheed T-33), 1953
Canadair CL-31 - * maritime patrol aircraft (4 x R-3350-85s), 1953
Canadair CL-32 - * Americanized Bristol Britannia, 1953
Canadair CL-33 - * maritime patrol aircraft (? x R-3350-32W/'34FSs), 1953
Canadair CL-34 - * CARDE Velvet Glove AAM airframe trainer, 1954
Canadair CL-35 - * North Star turboprop for TCA (4 x 1400 shp RR Dart RD5s), 1953
Canadair CL-36 - * Target drone, ground/air launched (RR RB.82 Soar), four versions, 1953
Canadair CL-37 - * transport, military (4 x P&W R-2800-CA15s), CL-5 derivative,
four versions: cargo, 76-pass., or 60 litter ambulance, 1953
Canadair CL-38 - * transport, military (4 x R-3350-32W/34FSs), cargo, pass, ambulance, 1953
Canadair CL-39 - * transport, transoceanic airliner (4 x 6500 shp Wright T-49s), 1953
Canadair CL-40 - * transport, airliner, 68 - 116 pass (4 x Bristol BE-25 Orions), 1953
Canadair CL-41 - military trainer, CT-114 Tutor/CL-41G Tebuan (1 x GE J85),
* 1954 (Armstrong-Siddeley Viper), 1959 CL-41A prototype (GE CJ-610-1B)
Canadair CL-42 - * transport, executive, Beech T-36 deriv. (2 x R-2800-CB17s), 1954
Canadair CL-43 - * logistic supply aircraft (2 x R-1340), 1954 [V/STOL design?]
Canadair CL-44 - transport, cargo/pass (4 x RR Tyne II/Tyne R.Ty.12s), 1954
Canadair CL-45 - * ASW helicopter - with Hiller (3 x GE T38-GE2s), 1954
Canadair CN-46 - Atomic Energy of Canada (prototype control rod, nuclear reactor), 1957
Canadair CL-47 - tracked vehicle suspension rod, 1956 [for prototype CL-61 RAT?]
Canadair CL-48 - * DNG-1 SAM for RCN (rocket booster), 1955
Canadair CN-49 - Atomic Energy of Canada (small reactor), 1955/'57
Canadair CL-50 - * airliner, single/double deck (4 x BE-25 Orion), CL-50A jet airliner
(4/5 AS Saphhire, P&W J57, or RR Conway), 1955/1951
Canadair CL-51 - * Tartar SAM for USN (MK 27 rocket)
Canadair CL-52 - Boeing B-47B (Orenda Iroquois PS-13 engine testbed for Avro Arrow)
Canadair CL-53 - * USAF crew readiness trainer/bizjet (3 Fairchild J83, RR RB.108)
Canadair CL-54 - Douglas/Bendix Sparrow II, AAM for Avro Arrow, 1958
Canadair CN-55 - Atomic Energy of Canada (Beta-ray spectrometer), 1956/'57
Canadair CN-56 - University of Toronto (sub-critical training reactor), 1956/'58
Canadair CN-57 - * Canadair Nuclear control rods/control rod system, 1957
Canadair CN-58 - * Canadair Nuclear dielectric heating process: pulp digestion, 1957
Canadair CN-59 - * Canadair Nuclear tank nuclear reactor, 1958
Canadair CL-60 - XT-36 trainer for USAF (with Beech), 2 x P&W R-2800-52Ws)
Canadair CL-61 - prototype RAT (Remote Articulated Track) snow mobile (35 hp VW), 1956
Canadair CL-62 - multi-engine tilt-wing V/STOL (engine type?)
Canadair CN-63 - * Canadair Nuclear sub-critical nuclear reactor, 1957
Canadair CL-64 - * Canadair Nuclear fuel charge & discharge gear for reactor, 1957
Canadair CL-65 - * towed target (for Sabre and Silver Star)
Canadair CL-66 - CC-109 Cosmopolitan, licenced CV-540 (Napier Eland or Allison 501), 1958
Canadair CL-67 - * maritime patrol aircraft for NATO competion (CL-67A, 4 x AS Mamba 10s)
(CL-67B, 4 x RR Tyne 1s), 1958
Canadair CL-68 - * Special Weapons anti-missile missile, 1958
Canadair CL-69 - * transport, executive/utility, four versions (2 x Continental 219, Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A, or Armstrong Siddeley P.182), 1958
Canadair CL-70 - production RAT (Remote Articulated Track) snow mobile (35 hp VW), 1956
Canadair CL-71 - * 1-ton tracked cargo carrier (70 hp Porsche 1600), 1957
Canadair CL-72 - * VTOL strike/recce aircraft (4 x Orenda PS-16), 1958
Canadair CL-73 - * tilt-wing VTOL recce aircraft, ten versions (2 x 250 shp Allison T-63s
[Molson], 800 shp GE T58s [Pickler/Milberry]), 1958
Canadair CL-74 - * VTOL recce aircraft, two versions (2 x ?), 1958
Canadair CN-75 - * Canadair Nuclear Z-2 research nuclear reactor, 1958
Canadair CL-76 - * tactical bomber, used CL-13 Sabre components (2 x JT-12s), 1958
Canadair CL-77 - prototype automatic mail sorter (Canada Post), 1958
Canadair CN-78 - Canadair Nuclear magnetic coils, Beta-ray spectometer, 1958
Canadair CL-79 - valves for Boeing CIM-10B Bomarc SAM, 1959
Canadair CL-80 - Convair Astronautics test equipment, 1959
Canadair CL-81 - * medium-range 70/90-seat jetliner, TCA, (4 x GE, P&W, or RR engines), 1959
Canadair CL-82 - * architectural product (Place Ville Marie curtain wall), 1959
Canadair CL-83 - CARDE Snow Goose/Black Brant I high altitude test vehicle (design begun by Bristol, taken over by Canadair), 1959
Canadair CL-84 - VTOL recce prototype CX-131 Dynavert (2 x Lycoming 1K-4C/LTCIK-4), 1965/72
* growth version of CL-73 (2 x P&WC PT6As), 1959
Canadair CL-85 - * Robot dispatch carrier
Canadair CL-86 - [not assigned]
Canadair CL-87 - * Army logistic missile system, 1960
Canadair CL-88 - Convair 880 deriv. for TCA (4 x RR or Allison jet engines), 1960
Canadair CL-89 - Midge, surveillance UAV (Williams Research WR-2), 1960
Canadair CL-90 - CF-104 Starfighter - RCAF versions (GE J79-GE-7), 1959
Canadair CL-91 - XM571 Dynatrac Utility Carrier (65 hp GM Corvair air-cooled flat-6), 1961
Canadair CL-92 - architectural product (CIL House curtain wall), 1960
Canadair CL-93 - CF-104/F-104G flighter simulator, 1960
Canadair CL-94 - architectural product (Malton Airport Aeroquay curtain wall), 1961
Canadair CL-95 - * executive aircraft, 6/8 pass (2 x P&WC PT6A), 1961
Canadair CL-96 - * Convair high altitude probe (Black Brant III), 1961
Canadair CL-97 - * military deriv. of CL-95, 6/8 pass (? x Orenda PS-25C turbofan), 1961
Canadair CL-98 - * military transport, rear-loading, RCAF (2 x GE T64), 1961
Canadair CL-99 - * military cargo transport (4 x P&W JT3D-14 turbofans), 1961
Canadair CL-100 - CL-199 [not assigned]
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