Kobe Te-Go

1942

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Kobe Te-Go

Kobe Seiko "Te"-Go experimental observation plane was designed by Prof. Tetsuo Miki of Osaka University. The sole prototype was completed in 1942 but crashed during a test flight.

Kobe Te-Go

Specification 
 ENGINE1 x 240hp Argus AS-10
 DIMENSIONS
  Wingspan12.0 m39 ft 4 in
  Length9.5 m31 ft 2 in

Comments
Ray, e-mail, 20.04.2011 00:50

Thank you for putting up pictures on this aircraft. I never heard of it until a few days ago doing research and even Wikipedia don't have much information on it(no pictures). My question is why after it crashed was there any more development on it or research? Was there even a production on it or did the company moved on to other projects?

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DebtMan, e-mail, 01.10.2010 06:50

Looks like the japs in the afan for built scout planes was acquired the license of Fi-156

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tyler, e-mail, 13.06.2010 19:21

i think the germans gave the building plans to japan and built it there just like with the me 262

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chris, e-mail, 05.06.2010 17:07

Sorry, I wrote the false number, its Fieseler Fi 156-Storch

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chris, e-mail, 05.06.2010 17:05

Looks like the german Fiesler Fi 167 Storch-Rommels preferred plane....maybe a copy?

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