"Anyone can build a mock up. I will believe it's a real jet when I see it fly," Gunzinger says. "Even if it does make it off the ground, I doubt that it will have stealth characteristics."Yes, it's a Prize!
Goure agrees. "It looks like a prize in a Cracker Jack's box," he says.
Well, I have a prize, too!
Here is a really real pilot standing next to my Super Airplane which I built in my
It took some time to perfect those reverse wings, but it was worth the effort, just ask the folks at Grumman who brought out the X-29.
Of course, my cockpit control are more like that of the X-29, instead of the off-the-shelf stuff the Iranians used in their plane. I think mine looks cooler and less like Piper Cub controls.
|Iran F-113 Cockpit with secret source of instrument revealed.|
|Piper Cub Controls (those were simpler times)|
You want flying pictures? Well, here's a really cool photo of the Iranian plane (just ignore the jealous allegations of Photoshoppery made at places like this):
And here's an image, just as real as the Iranian's, of my plane flying:
|My plane over NYC|
|Grumman X-29 Flying (which has little to do with this post, but looks cool)|