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2009-02-13 22:07:41
I almost crapped myself the first time I saw it, had no idea a full scale model was built. I had to touch it to make sure lol. Delta Wing, Fly-by-wire, the engines....amazing plane. Google some of the people that worked on the project, very interesting where some of them went.
2008-09-27 01:02:07
Yes, one of these airplanes still exists and is kept at a secret RCAF base. It is flown once a year. By Elvis.
2008-02-29 02:31:14
The few notes above emphasize the sadness I feel that so many of my fellow Yanks got no clue about our neighbours to the North. Must be our TV.
2008-02-24 11:15:16
Some interesting facts about this aircraft... It had the first fly-by-wire technology that many aircraft like the F-111, F-14 and 15, some Migs, ect have today. When it rolled out in 1958 this aircraft was way ahead of this time.... rolled out at a time when steam engines in Canada and United States were still use!
2008-02-23 06:49:25
There is also a rumour that one of the planes has not been scrapped and is located in a bunker at CFB Cold Lake. Please confirm...
2008-02-23 01:09:39
DAMN SAD THAT NONE OF THESE EXIST, WHAT AN AMAZING AIRCRAFT IT WAS.
2008-02-22 13:49:50
Built in a garage in Wetaskiwin, Alberta (near the Reynolds-Alberta Museum / Canada's Aviation Hall of Fame, and used in the CBC mini-series "The Arrow" starring Dan Ackroyd. Sadly, the production company broke the main spar during filming, and the plane is in a sad state of repair...and housed back at the R.A.M. awaiting restoration.