Erwin Welker Blohm & Voss B&V P.185
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    I'm packing this little beast...

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    Great work Pepe,
    i'm very interested!!!

  3. #3
    Hi Pepe
    Interesting!
    What is it?

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    It's a never built Blohm & Voss proposal...

    ...for a Stuka replacement!

    Cheers

    Pepe

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    I just uploaded Blohm & Voss BV.P.185

    The BV.P.185 was Blohm & Voss proposed replacement for the long-obsolete Junkers Ju-87 Stuka dive-bomber. Designed in 1943, the project would have a similar inverted gull wing as its predecessor. The BV.P.185 was distinguished by its unusually high tailplane and oddly positioned tail fins. The two crew plane was to be powered by two conventional nine cylinders BMW 323 Bramo Fafnir or fourteen BMW 801 engines. Landing gears were to be housed within the over-large engine nacelles and in the plane's tail. Two MG 151 20mm cannons, operated by the pilot, were situated in the nose to provide offensive fire. Another crew member in the tail would command two remote MG 131 13mm machine guns. A belly pod was considered for a 75mm or 2 MK 103 37mm cannons. The proposed maximum load was three 500kg bombs (or one 1,800kg bomb in overload condition) under the fuselage.
    Erwin Welker package provides aircraft in five variants and four paint schemes:
    A) Dive bomber;
    B) Tank killer with two 37 mm cannons;
    C) Tank killer with 75 mm cannon;
    D) Night fighter with an additional twin MG131 gun turret;
    E) Maritime attack variant.

    Original FS 2004: Erwin Welker
    CFS2 Conversion (model, DP and airfiles): Peperez
    Weapons: Allen and Ground Crew

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    Erwin Welker Blohm & Voss B&V P.185


    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category CFS 2 Aircraft - German

    Description: The B&V P.185 was Blohm & Voss proposed replacement for the long-obsolete Junkers Ju-87 Stuka dive-bomber. Designed in 1943, the project would have a similar inverted gull wing as its predecessor. The BV.P.185 was distinguished by its unusually high tailplane and oddly positioned tail fins. The two crew plane was to be powered by two conventional nine cylinders BMW 323 Bramo Fafnir or fourteen BMW 801 engines. Landing gears were to be housed within the over-large engine nacelles and in the plane's tail. Two MG 151 20mm cannons, operated by the pilot, were situated in the nose to provide offensive fire. Another crew member in the tail would command two remote MG 131 13mm machine guns. A belly pod was considered for a 75mm or 2 MK 103 37mm cannons. The proposed maximum load was three 500kg bombs (or one 1,800kg bomb in overload condition) under the fuselage.
    Erwin Welker package provides aircraft in five variants and four paint schemes:
    A) Dive bomber;
    B) Tank killer with two 37 mm cannons;
    C) Tank killer with 75 mm cannon;
    D) Night fighter with an additional twin MG131 gun turret;
    E) Maritime attack variant.

    Original FS 2004: Erwin Welker
    CFS2 Conversion (model, DP and airfiles): Peperez
    Weapons: Allen and Ground Crew

    To check it out, rate it or add comments, visit Erwin Welker Blohm & Voss B&V P.185
    The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.

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    Icon26 B&v P.185

    Hi Mr.Pepe,

    Great little aircraft !!!

    Flies beautifully.

    Many Thanks for another unusual one and thanks to Erwin Welker.

    Regards,
    And keep up the great work,
    1150

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