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Marchetti-Laufer Rotorcraft Projects

Jemiba

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The artist impression shows the later version, I think.
 

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Dear Boys and Girls, here are pictures of the Marchetti MI-600 and 50 passenger Marchetti MI-211 "Rotorstop" "projects", with a caption in French, as presented in model form at the 1967 Paris Salon......

The pictures comes from the 15th June 1967 issue of Aviation Magazine International......

Terry (Caravellarella)
 

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The airliner project reminds me very much on another Marchetti-Laufer project with a two-bladed
telescopic rotor, that should have been stowed away in forward flight. Perhaps a little bit too
ambitious, so this version would have had a better chance to be realised.
 

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Very strange,

this model as I think shows a four blades and attack version ?,can anyone explain that ?.

http://kulturserver-nds.de/home/hubtest/medien/Neg.Nr.GUN.pdf

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