THE MoTIS OLD SCHOOL CREATIONS DEPARTMENT
NOTICE: FINAL BENGALII DESIGN TO HAVE STANDARD 9 CYLINDER SIMULATED RADIAL ENGINE AND NOT 8!
A freak neo concept engine is being test simulated in this particular model variant....
Welcome to the best of the old world from a fresh new perspective! The Mos BENGALII is a super neo concept aircraft designed for an old era! The BENGALII is a totally new way of looking at the past and at the same time taking a glimpse into the past from the perspective of what could have been! The BENGALII is considered a 1930'2 small cargo aircraft that would have been fitted for basic passenger service in its day had this been a design option in the past era. The BENGALII would have been easy to spot in its day. She has a very unique wing style along with a super stubby looking fuselage design! This aircraft is the brain child of lead neo concept designer O. Watson and Jennifer Guess. She is part of a large cache of never before seen or flown neo concept aircraft and part of the MoIS OLD SCHOOL (Mos) design inventory!
Mos BENGALII BI LONG RANGE
THE BENGALII PANEL
THE OLD SCHOOL OFFICE
THREE TO FOUR PANEL VERSIONS ARE ON THE WAY....
Mos BENGALII BI LONG RANGE PA-1E
The BENGALII is a super luxury small transport aircraft designed in the mid- 1930's style of aircraft design. She is loaded with trinkets and eye candy! If the BENGALII had actually existed in the 1930's she would have been carrying light cargo and ferrying dignitaries to and from military and civilian air fields. The BENGALII has a standard jump seat in the aft cabin and is designed to provide optional; load outs on the aircraft. The aircraft can be loaded with two additional external fuel drums to increase the range of the aircraft. The aircraft is designed to cruise at 75% power and has an 8 cylinder radial engine to provide her with a whooping power delivery system!
BENGALII AIRCRAFT VASTYLES PAINT KIT SAMPLES AND LABELER
FULL TEST FLIGHT DATA AND STORY COMING SOON...
The BENGALII is designed to seat a single pilot and carry up two three passengers in the rear lower cabin space. The BENGALII would have come in two variants, the mono plane and the biplane configurations.
Mos BENGALII MONO
FIRST BETA TEST FLIGHT ON THE MONO
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