|Mar 02, 2007, 11:44 PM|
Burgess Dunne , 1914, biplane flying wing
on floats ( of course)
This was Canada's first military airplane
|Mar 03, 2007, 04:17 PM|
Cool subject Lakeflyer, I was reading about the real thing in a plane restoration magazine a short while back. Keep the pics coming please!
|Mar 05, 2007, 10:02 AM|
Beaverdam Creek, VA
Joined Aug 2005
All the pics and drawings I've seen of the FS planes show massive washout in the top wing and some have about half as much in the bottom. It might fly OK without but probably not as well.
Edit: Nevermind, after looking at the pics some more I see you put it in there.
Oh, and I meant to say; nice work!
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