"The straight-wing project proceeded as far as a wooden mock-up of the left wing and fuselage, complete with dummy J-35 engine. It was unveiled at Inglewood in June 1945"
This is also what I thought, but until we get a properaim9xray said:I think that you will find, under closer analysis, that the Squadron/Signal "XP-86" drawing is much closer to representing a FJ Fury than an XP-86.
I just have the picture cut from a magazine, I do ignore the source.... :-\overscan said:Justo, you've been posting without citing sources again. Bad Justo ;D
There is a topic on this very forum with lots of pics and a profile drawing:Pioneer said:do you have any profile drawings of the TF-86 two-seater trainer variant of the Sabre, which NAA built as a single prototype????
The entry on the F-86 in Hatchette's "Air Power" series; ISSN 2517-259X. I purchased mine at the local B&N before "social distancing" measures shut it down temporarily.
Thanks for your input! I'm putting together our latest production list and your feedback really helps!