Blackburn T.4 Cubaroo
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Blackburn T.4 Cubaroo

Two prototypes, first flown in 1924. No production.

Blackburn T.4 Cubaroo

 ENGINE1 x 1000hp Napier Cub
    Take-off weight8635 kg19037 lb
    Empty weight4373 kg9641 lb
    Wingspan26.82 m88 ft 0 in
    Length16.46 m54 ft 0 in
    Height5.89 m19 ft 4 in
    Max. speed185 km/h115 mph
    Ceiling3597 m11800 ft
    Range2898 km1801 miles
 ARMAMENT3 x 7.7mm machine-guns, 4 x 250kg bombs or a torpedo

Blackburn T.4 CubarooA three-view drawing (688 x 666)

bombardier, 03.12.2011

The Blackburn Cubaroo and the Blacburn Blackburn are the ugliest aircraft in the world followed by the Fairey Gannet and many Soviet jets of the late 1940s.

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