Really??!!Skybolt said:You'll read it more extensively in our (Pelzig's and myself) Italian Secret Projects: actually the SM-88 was completed and flew for a couple of months.
Grazie assai!! (Many Thanks!!)Skybolt said:There are photos of the crashed prototype after the landing accident that interupted the test program after a few flights. But you'll have to wait... sorry. BTW, it is not a "real" news, just read well my posting in the link below... :
Hallo, the 3 views shown in the previous post are referring to the initial fuselage configuration (1939); project 88 was continuously developed from 1939 to 1943, when the prototype was finally tested. By then both the role and layout were the same as the S.M.91, so the final configuration (as you can see in the comparison with SM.79) was actually an 88/91 hybrid.How about this three side view drawing compared with real aircraft pictures?