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Great airplane, but it didn't go on line soon enough to do much good in WWII. My boss at a Texas newspaper owned one, which he used in aerobatic shows. He was killed when he didn't get out of a hammerhead soon enough. I was at the show in which in was killed in Amarillo, Tex., back in the mid-60s. I believe it was the most powerful of any prop plane ever built.