The Hush-Kit Book of Warplanes

By Joe Coles (editor)

A brand new illustrated book from the highly acclaimed Hush-kit online magazine.

Tuesday, 25 April 2023

Can you identify these aeroplanes before your coffee gets cold? Vol 2 shapes up

Dozens of artworks for the Hush-Kit Book of Warplanes Vol 2 have already been created by Andy Godfrey, among them the most exceptionally rare, beastly and charismatic aeroplanes ever to scare a drawing board. Here are three teasers, can you identify them? For volume 2 we have gone more technical, more disrespectful and even weirder. This is an even more dangerous dive into the dark exciting world of combat aircraft in all their flaming thunderous glory. Saab, Dassault, Northrop Grumman and BAE Systems have looked deep into their vaults to find us some extremely rare photos and information (other manufacturers you are also very welcome to get in touch).  Pre-order your copy here.

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Alastair Monk
 Alastair Monk says:

#1 F-104, #3 P-51D, #3 uncertain, possibly Pucarra?

posted 25th April 2023

Alastair Monk
 Alastair Monk says:

Correction: #2 possibly Pucarra?

posted 25th April 2023

Steven Turner
 Steven Turner says:

Is #2 a What If M-55?

posted 25th April 2023

Ole Primdahl
 Ole Primdahl says:

#1 Something french - The intakes are to far back for a F-104.
#2 Maybee a Su-25 "Frogfoot"?
#3 A P-51 Mustang. I'm not sure wich model.

Ooops - My coffee got cold ;)

posted 25th April 2023

Jen Richley
 Jen Richley says:

Don’t think #1 is F104, as engine nacelles wrong. Agree #2 could be Frogfoot. #3 Super-Tucano?

posted 25th April 2023

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