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Hi all,

we all know the famous aircrafts by Moller. Now projects by this firm...
Are drawings or pics about the XM.6 and XM.7 available... :-\

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The text says that they were only studies (and nothing about building the mockup or prototype). BTW, one interesting information from the text is, that they were planning to build 10 000 vehicles per year (!) to be able to sell them for 20 000 USD/piece!
 

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From JAWA 1985,

the Moller XM-5 was later called M-440E.
 

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By the way;

XM-4 was also called M-220E
XM-5 ,, ,, ,, M-440E
XM-6 ,, ,, ,, M-660E
XM-7 ,, ,, ,, M-110E
 

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Cutaway Moller M400 by Franco Rosso for the italian magazine Quattroruote
 

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Motocar said:
Cutaway Moller M400 by Franco Rosso for the italian magazine Quattroruote

Cool,thank you my dear Motocar.
 

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From L+K 16/1975,

what was this Moller aircraft ?.
 

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Besides the existing M Research Company Moller founded the Discojet Corporation in 1971. Bill Rose describes the same machine as in #7 as
Moller XM-4 prototype, originally referred to as the Discojet.

Source: "Flying Saucer Technology" by Bill Rose, ISBN 978-1-85780-323-5, p121
 

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Thank you my dear Boxkite,

and as I know the XM-4 was called M-220E.
 

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Paul Moller worked at Canada DRB in the days of the Avro Canada VZ-9 "flying saucer" vehicle. Seems he got the idea from there.
 

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