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That Citation X is sexy too. 


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Military SR71 

Civil Concorde

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6 hours ago, Ray Proudfoot said:

When Concorde was presented to the sceptical American press in the mid 70s their mouths dropped in awe when the hangar doors were opened.

If you can win over such a sceptical audience there really isn’t an argument.

In my opinion the two greatest design triumphs (of machinery) ever: the Concorde and the Jaguar E-type..

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33 minutes ago, RobJC said:

That Citation X is sexy too. 

 Sexy ? Sexy? In what way is it related to sex? 

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2 minutes ago, joemiller said:

 Sexy ? Sexy? In what way is it related to sex? 

Relax. 

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Spitfire and P-38. Some of the Italian Schneider Trophy aircraft like the Macchi MC72 . Elegance and power.

Edited by Aristoteles

 

 

Iñigo Bildarratz

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a mean, aawe-inspiring

1 hour ago, TheFamilyMan said:

Got to toss in my beauty queens, here we go.

Cessna C190

 

Waco WMF5

 

Convair B-58 Hustler

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Thanks for looking!

A mean-looking, awe-inspiring sister. Doomsday raw power.


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1 hour ago, IanHarrison said:

In my opinion the two greatest design triumphs (of machinery) ever: the Concorde and the Jaguar E-type..

Both hard to work on & unreliable.😁

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There can be only one: Fokker 70


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5 hours ago, fppilot said:

B36 Peacemaker.  With an "in-line 8".  Or is it a V-8?  (4 on each side)
LOL!

 

 

 

 

Pratt and Whitney Radials and J47s...

 

edit...also a bit puzzled where the number 8  and 4 on each side comes from?

 

Edited by Lonesome Cowboy Burt

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2 hours ago, joemiller said:

 Sexy ? Sexy? In what way is it related to sex? 

Seats in the back are very comfy . As the Irving  Berlin’s song goes

«  in a morris chair, 

You’d be surprised. »


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