A premier Spanish fighter to do battle against the Baron, circa 1936.
About this creation
In 1936, shortly after the Baron began his reign of terror, and Elite group of Spanish aces known only as "The Barons of Death" begin work on new fighters to try and combat the Baron's forces in the sky before he could even touch land. Many of their experiments ended in failure, but one, the Golden Bull, met with such huge success that it became their standard aerial combat fighter.
Some stats of the Golden Bull:
Speed: 470 mph.
Max Altitude: 25,000 ft.
Armament: 4 50 cal. machine guns, one 27 Mm nose mounted cannon.
Pilot: Isabella Cortez
Now on to the views! First off a side shot.
Now for a rear shot:
And finally, the Bird's-eye view!
Now to break the Fourth wall and enter......The Twilight Zone! (Not really, just entering mindless ramblings.) This fighter was actually a result of examining an American P-47, a Russian "Little Mule" fighter used in the Spanish revolution, and trying to build a Vic Viper, then promptly throwing all three into one melding pot of my brain and seeing what popped out. I wasn't to wild about it at first, but now I'm actually in love with the little Bird! Hope you all enjoy her!