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The Diamler-Benz planes
ACEDate: Thursday, 2012-03-22, 4:39 PM | Message # 1
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Here they are: Projects A, B, C, D, E, and F:

Project A

Project B

Project C

Project D

Project E

I also provide to you folks the Ju-390:
Ju-390
 
GreenShiftDate: Thursday, 2012-03-22, 9:23 PM | Message # 2
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Their planes look to share some truths about their cars: Overly complex, and priced twice what sane human being would spend for it. biggrin

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mardukDate: Friday, 2012-03-23, 5:31 PM | Message # 3
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just insane

Quid pro quo!
 
GreenShiftDate: Friday, 2012-03-23, 5:44 PM | Message # 4
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I failed to look at Project E.

......It has 5 of what is essentially the Me-262 on its wings.......If that plane was in FH I would automatically quit the maps that it was in dry
 
ACEDate: Sunday, 2012-03-25, 4:52 AM | Message # 5
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Why quit the maps it would be in?

If you ask me, there would be potential for a flying version of the Rattrap map if it was used. Think of a Battle of Britain map with the allies having to destroy one of these.

By the way, the Project E planes are closer to the Ohka planes than the Me 262 because they are manned missles, not fighter planes.
 
guestDate: Saturday, 2012-07-14, 9:47 PM | Message # 6
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good old luft46 site!

it has incredible reference to the most German rare experimental prototype airplanes

I hope that the site is still updated

another site has the most Japanese rare experimental prototype airplanes and it is named Hikoki46

http://www.j-aircraft.org/xplanes/
 
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