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Flame Powered: The Bell XP-59A Airacomet and the General Electric I-A Engine

by Carpenter, David M

Condition: VG/Near Fine (see notes--page 5-6 free from spine and re-tipped) /Near Fine (see notes--page 5-6 free from spine and re-tipped)

NP: Jet Pioneers of America. VG/Near Fine (see notes--page 5-6 free from spine and re-tipped). 1992. 1st. hardcover. 4to . 78pp . Signed by the author: INSCRIBED "To...May all your flights land softly 12/11/92" on last page. Brief Xmas to from on free end p. .


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