The next design, the Ho VII, was similar to the Ho V, but was fitted with more powerful 179kW Argus As 10C engines. The sole Ho VII is thought to have been tested at Oranienburg, where it was located in March 1945.
|A three-view drawing (752 x 362)|
| ENGINE||2 x Argus As-10, 180kW|
| Take-off weight||2000 kg||4409 lb|
| Empty weight||1550 kg||3417 lb|
| Wingspan||16 m||53 ft 6 in|
| Length||7.5 m||25 ft 7 in|
| Height||2.5 m||8 ft 2 in|
| Wing area||44 m2||473.61 sq ft|
| Max. speed||350 km/h||217 mph|
|Phil Croft, e-mail, 05.10.2011 14:20|
What a shock the allies must have had, finding stuff like this.It must have been like a time warp into the future.Most of this advanced and research stuff was shipped to the US and tested to destruction, or adopted. thank christ the war ended when it did.
|baxie, 21.06.2011 07:18|
The sole Ho VII is thought to have been tested at Oranienburg, where it was located in March 1945.
|paul scott, e-mail, 26.08.2009 02:03|
Good point, Gray - a lot of us thought it was Spielberg's attempt to show us a true 'Nazi-like' modern 'plane.
|gray stanback, e-mail, 16.05.2009 23:38|
Is this the raiders of the lost ark plane?
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