IN: 4.704 w x 2.024 d x 0.72 h
CM: 11.948 w x 5.14 d x 1.828 h


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Ordered a second one by mistake, then discovered that this was also a bomber, so the second G.4 will get a good home with my Imperial Russian Air Service while the first lands in the Aviation Militaire... great to see such neglected yet important types of Great War aircraft!
January 25, 2012, 7:44 am
Thanks so much. Another heavily used (and unavailable) airplane. What a design element-- tractor engines but using the lattice tail like a pusher-- so it gets all the drag and none of the advantages. There is one of these in the Air Museum by Dulles Airport in Wash. D.C. if you get out there. (Also a Spad 11, N-28, and Halberstadt C-V).
November 21, 2011, 4:53 pm


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