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| MODEL||Greek Tourer|
| ENGINE||1 x 230hp Siddeley Puma|
| Take-off weight||1271 kg||2802 lb|
| Empty weight||795 kg||1753 lb|
| Wingspan||12.01 m||39 ft 5 in|
| Length||7.92 m||26 ft 0 in|
| Height||3.05 m||10 ft 0 in|
| Wing area||37.81 m2||406.98 sq ft|
| Max. speed||193 km/h||120 mph|
|Barry, 04.04.2016 14:56|
There were a number of different tourers supplied, all based round the Bristol F2B Fighter. They were: Type 27 for the British Controller of Civil Aviation powered by the incumbent Rolls Royce Falcon with dual controls 3 built. The Type 28 similar to Type 27 with a canopy over the rear cockpit. The Type 29 with a Puma engine two of which were used by Bristol. The Type 45 Scandinavian Tourer similar to the Type 29 but with skis. The Type 47 a three seater with open rear cockpit. The Type 48 the same as the Type 47 but a float plane. The Type 81 Puma Trainer similar to the Type 29. The Type 81A similar to the Type 81 with specific requirements for the Greek government six of which were built.The Type 86 Greek Tourer similar to the original Bristol Fighter six of which were delivered. Finally the Wolseley Viper powered Bulgarian Tourer four of which were supplied to the Bulgarian Post Office.
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