Phil Kriley Posted June 30, 2008 Share Posted June 30, 2008 The graphics department at the History Channel must have been bored! These are stills from the graphics they used to depict the engine of a LAncair IV that crashed in Dayton...good grief! A 7-cylinder radial, completely under cowl, exhaust stacks and all, in-line with either a 5 or 10-cylinder engine of some sort... Also, they had the prop turning clockwise and note that during landing the plane had a nose-high "altitude"... Quote Phil Kriley Cozy #1460 Chapter 13 - nose Right wing done - working on right winglet. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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