Phil Rae's Supercar blueprint published originally in
SIG #3 ©1981 Philip D. Rae. Scan courtesy of the Supermarionation Pages
of Alex van der Wyck (a.k.a. J.
Lester Novros II). Note that Phil Rae later revised this blueprint
in 1983 and published this in a special pack of S.I.G. Blueprints.
The revision had the white painted area on the underside of Supercar.
Phil Rae in a personal communication to Austin Tate later said that he
thought the size was slightly too large in the blueprint. A compromise
blueprint reflecting the two different studio models would have the
length be a little less than in the two blueprints published.
The earlier version of Phil Rae's blueprint for Supercar appeared in
SIG magazine. It did not have the correct markings. A scan is
Details from Supercar Pilot's Licence
The size of Supercar is the subject of controversy. Look at these specifications from Kimberly Murphy-Smith of
Power Star Magazine and Walter Scott. Included there
is a Plan from
"Black Rock Research Laboratory" - Technical Profile C1959ITC -
with colour details for Supercar.
- Length 27ft. 3.5ins.
- Width with wing stubs retracted 11ft. 6.5ins.
- Width with wing stubs extended 18ft. 9ins.
- Height 5ft. 7.5ins.
- Weight with fuel 6945lbs.
- Maximum speed 3000 m.p.h.
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