Skyways #102 - April 2013

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World War 1 Aeroplanes
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
84 pages Saddle-stitched
aeroplanes, aircraft, airplanes, aviation, flight, flying, golden age, history, interwar, Skyways, transportation

Extraordinary Aircraft of the Golden Age – A compilation of articles of unique and innovative designs from early aviation magazines (special focus on the Travel Air “Mystery Ship” Model R). 1932 Lanier Vacuplane, 1935 Lanier Vacuplane, All-Wing Planes, Guerchais Tailless Lightplane, Raoul J. Hoffman’s Novel All Wing Airplane, The “Uniplane,” an All-Wing Type, The Arup Flying-Wing, A Low Aspect Ratio Plane, The New Arup, Claudio Luchina’s Arup and flying wing models, Ben Brown Tailless, Burnelli Model UB-14, 14-Passenger Transport, C.L. Brown’s Duplex Prop, A Scissors Type Convertible Aircraft, The E.A.A. Museum’s original Bugatti 100, A brand-new Bugatti Model 100P Reproduction, Golden Age Simulations Mystery Ship for FSX, “Golden Treasures” – Mystery Ship NR1313 at Chicago Museum of Science and Industry, The Travel Air R Mystery Ship, Pancho Barnes’ Mystery Ship, From the Members, Models by Lou Buffardi, Stephen Wessel’s Miniature Armstrong Siddeley Lynx Radial Engine, From the Board, Wants and Disposals.

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