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Chrysler Flying Disc 1957

edwest

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I've run across an image published by the Associated Press with a caption that quotes Chrysler engineer Lowell Lawrence Jr. about a disc with an atomic engine. It's a classic bi-convex design with two fins canted outward toward the back. Any idea regarding a name or designation?

From an article that includes a photo attributed to the Associated Press:
http://www.ufopop.org/fullimgmag.php?cid=SaucerNews25-1957-Aug-Sep.jpg

Thanks,
Ed
 

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Lauge

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Re: Chrysler Flying Saucer design 1957

The "Saucer and Unexplained Celestial Events Research Society" ???

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Thomas L. Nielsen
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Orionblamblam

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Re: Chrysler Flying Saucer design 1957

From the AP (two versions of the same article):
 

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edwest

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Re: Chrysler Flying Saucer design 1957

Thank you very much for your help.




Regards,
Ed
 

Nik

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