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2011-06-03 01:39:11
Single.. Corking :)
2008-07-14 22:07:43
And now the the USA is about to buy Airbus tankers instead of Boeings... PLEASE lecture us non-US people more... :)
2008-04-16 21:54:44
Respect. I have nothing to respond, you close my mouth...
2008-04-16 20:53:22
Well, Froggie, with all due respect to France and the French, a nation and people I admire, you need to tell that to someone who didn't once have the misfortune of owning a Renault conclusion was that the Dauphine was an elaborate joke, probably concocted by a group of French automobile executives one evening over a few bottles of wine...the Dauphine's only redeeming virtue was a two tone horn that could be made to go BEEPbeep BEEPbeep BEEPbeep...that was kinda cool..Viva la France !!!
2008-04-16 15:48:43
French engine f.. you! I don't know were do you come from, but stop to shit on french car. Renault is the biggest (in quantity) car builder in europ with bad motor?? I agree the inside quality is not good as german cars, but not the motor.
2008-04-16 09:29:48
Yes, they were desperate. It was also outfitted with several rocket motors for takeoff. The original glider version was hauled up with THREE me-110 bombers and when that was realized to be too dangerous, they built a custom towplane from two large bombers stuck together with 5 engines. That didn't work too good either, so they stuck engines on the glider. A good number were shot down because they flew so low and slow....
2008-04-16 02:33:08
French engines !!! They must have been desperate !!!
2008-04-16 02:32:19
This plane is the Messerschmidt Gigant, a powered version of a glider Goering wanted to carry tanks across the English Channel. Its cargo capacity was 22 tons. Only about twenty were ever built and they suffered a high rate of loss when deployed in Africa and the Eastern Front.
2008-04-16 02:25:19
its the me 323 was build out of the me 321 ,a cargo glider,but later equipped with captured french engines
2008-04-16 01:44:53
I think this was a prototype for a flying tank, not a train! But not sure
2008-04-15 23:32:04
I'd hit it
2008-04-15 22:32:26
This is why Churchill and Roosevelt engineered WWII against Nazi Germany, because Germany was technologically more advanced!