The Americans had a Hyper engine programme Hyper engine - Wikipedia and the Moonbat used the Continental submission, one of which caught fire destroying the aircraft IIRC.Now I don't find that, that ugly. In fact it's got some very smooth lines. What are the motors, turboprops??
The first half of your main paragraph seems to contradict the second half.One of the best looking women I ever bedded was, to put it mildly, useless between the sheets and one of my personal rules is "never go to bed with someone you don't want to wake up next to".
Failing that, I have standards. They are low, but I have them.
I keep them in a folder in the locked filing cabinet.
I never felt Lockheed's heart was really in it. I think the Convair Pogo was the better aircraft - almost pretty enough to be in the other thread IMHO
Agree with that, looking at the two you have to wonder what Lockheed were thinking, especially in view of the Convair submission. What I didn't realise until recently is that that large propellor spinner was to contain a radar scanner.I never felt Lockheed's heart was really in it. I think the Convair Pogo was the better aircraft - almost pretty enough to be in the other thread IMHO
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One of those rare aircraft that looks better on the ground
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As you might expect, takeoff was fun, but landing not so much! Talk about reverse parking!
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