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Discussion in 'The Tanks in World War 2 quiz section' started by me262 phpbb3, Jul 24, 2004.

  1. me262 phpbb3

    me262 phpbb3 New Member

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    try this one!
     
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    Thunderbird 2 MK1
     
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    I know only one Thunderbird 2, and that one is large, green, two-engined and fictional. :grin:
     
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    come on man, that belonge to the si fi section, this one was real!!!!
     
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    here is another pic of the same
     
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    What is this?
    Edit: Deleted that picture, it was too wide for this forum, you can find it from here.
     
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    Hello Notmi.
    In Japan they named it Yokosuda D4Y Suisei (Comet) Judy.
    Patrice.
     
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    You are good!
    Edit: Original picture from here.
    Going to edit that original picture, its way too wide for this forum.
     
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    no voluntieers?
    ok another pic
     
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    It is crafty one,everyone see a B29,and in reality it is a TU-4 the Russian version of the B-29.
    The Plane under the wing is a 346 rocket plane the russian development of the German DSF 8-346.
    Well done me262 :lol: .
    Patrice
     
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    dang, I could not foul you, you are very smart :wink: , i was hoping that the plane will mise lead anybody
    :smok:
     
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    It is called a joke, humour, you may or may not recognise it.
     
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    ah roel that brings back memories 8)
     
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    Oh yes... The best series I know that has the threads operating the puppets in plain view! :lol:
     
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    yea when i was 2 i seemed to notic somthings not right with that man why are strings coming out of his arms!!!!!! aaaah!!!!! :kill:
     
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    me262 phpbb3 New Member

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    let's go back to the quiz :angry: :
    try this one
     
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    Douglas XB-19, designed to the same specs as the B-17.
     
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    nope, but you are on the right track :grin:
     
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    :grin: so nobody have an idea? :smok:
    it is a boeing XB-15
     
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    Bristol Blenheim
     

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