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Hutter Hu-136 Stubo I by FooFighter7 Hutter Hu-136 Stubo I by FooFighter7
Designed as a high-performance, heavy-duty dive bomber, the Hü-136 was only a concept aircraft and was never put into production.  It featured a fully armored cockpit and could carry a 500kg bomb.
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Military Aviation Museum's example is a non-airworthy replica built in Germany.  It is part of the Museum's growing German secret projects collection.
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Small-Brown-Dog Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2017
Fascinating, Didn't know that someone had built a replica
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FooFighter7 Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2017
Most likely the only full-scale model ever made.  The original never got off the drawing board, which is probably for the best :D  It's one of several "German Secret Projects" replicas owned by the Military Aviation Museum. 
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Small-Brown-Dog Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2017
We are pretty lucky here in the UK with our museums and preservation organisations but the "toys" you guys have ... makes me want to get an airline ticket ;)
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FooFighter7 Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2017
I live in a very aviation rich area.  With the MAM, Oceana NAS, Langley AFB, and several other museums somewhat close by, I am very fortunate to be able to see so many different types of aviation.  And believe me, with the photos that you and Daniel Wales post, I want an airline ticket to the UK just as much :D
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Small-Brown-Dog Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2017
Well Daniel has it well covered and is prolific and very skilful. I don't get about so much as I would like to do or used to for that matter and I really should learn how to use the camera really.
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FooFighter7 Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2017
You aviation photography gallery may be small but there are some real gems in there!  Your 3D work is amazing as well.  Keep up the good work :)
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Small-Brown-Dog Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2017
Thank you. Its the  3D is what I am trying to improve on but I seem stuck in a retro futuristc thing at the mo - its fun though. Got two projects on the go at the moment.
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FooFighter7 Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2017
I'm looking forward to see what you come up with
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Dr-Whom Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2016
What did they use by way of undercarriage?
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FooFighter7 Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2016
"To help save weight and thus increase range, a conventional landing gear arrangement was dispensed with; instead, take off was accomplished with a dolly that could be jettisoned upon take off. Landing was to be on a belly skid after the propeller was blown off and lowered by parachute for recovery and later reuse."  www.luft46.com/misc/hu136.html
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Dr-Whom Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2016
Jettisoning the propeller for later use before landing. Yeah, right.
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Midway2009 Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Pretty awesome concept. :D
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