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Son of Cobra II

June 28, 2013 in Aviation

Cobra II underwent several modifications including an engine change to the V-1710-143/145(G6). This engine was developed for the P-82 Twin Mustang. Charles “Chuck” Brown, an Allison test pilot, flew the re-named Cobra KF-1 in the 1948 Thompson, and established a close-course qualification record of 418 mph, but did not complete the race.

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5 responses to Son of Cobra II

  1. Another neat Cobra racer. This bird looks real good in color.

  2. Wow….even “snazzier” than the first one you posted – nice!

  3. Jack,
    I really like what you have done here. You have made a model of a good looking airplane look fabulous. Great work.

  4. Great job on a wonderful and unusual subject! I have a real soft spot for warbirds in civilian service. I enjoy your choice of the very seldom seen post ’46 Cobra II history.

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