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PostPosted: Fri Dec 02, 2005 8:27 pm 
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I had this design idea and made it into a t-shirt. Does it make sense? Is it at all Humorous?

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Makes sense to me. I think it's cute.


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Sorry, absolutely no sense at all, although it does make me laugh though more at the misguided sentiment rather than anything else :wink:

Everyone knows that engines should be 'in-line' and as the Editor of this site, I surprised that you have made such an error of judgement! :ouch:



:spit (can we have a Lancaster Emoticon yet?)




Currently sitting in my Bunker awaiting for the flak to start :lol:

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Inline engines are fine for recreational planes like the spit or mustang, but if you want to do some serious flying you need a radial. :)

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