The harder you look at it it doesnt look like a cockpit section at all,the windows are way to small,it looks more like the rear cargo door of a glider like a Gotha 242ish,the fron panel appears to have a ring for gun mount in it,and the small windows would have been in the floor to give the rear gunner a view backwards.
As Dave was on the right track and was the first to mention a 'H' combat glider, I will pass the Mystery Aircraft baton to him.
Thanks Mick. How about this?
Pool Guy, that's a reasonable theory except I cannot see how a German glider cone would end up in an English garden, and I don't remember ever seeing a British glider with a tail cone like that. It is indeed a baffling one.
Yep, the Temco T35 Buckeroo. A tandem seat military version of the lovely Globe swift (one of the best looking postwar light aircraft I reckon...)produced to meet the spec that was eventually filled by the Beech Mentor.
Your Turn Mr Yak.......
If it was supposed to be easy. everyone would be doing it...
Thanks Bruce. A corpulent chopper that included some novel features. Looks like it was designed by a committee which did not subscribe to the theory 'If it looks right........". But I bet they could all spell 'Hangar'