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Bell 26F Airacobra (P-39N)

Unique to the P-39 is the tricycle type nose gear and mid-engine configuration allowing for 37 mm canon in the nose, requiring no prop synchronizing. Car style doors are also unusual and since the pilot could not open them against the airstream, they were designed to be jettisoned.

Less than three flight worthy P-39s are known to exist today.

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