F7U Cutlass

F7U Cutlass

F7U Cutlass

F7U Cutlass

F7U Cutlass

F7U Cutlass Model

F7U Cutlass Model

F7U Cutlass Model Wireframe

F7U Cutlass Model Wireframe

F7U Cutlass Model Textures

F7U Cutlass Model Textures

F7U Cutlass 3d Model

Plagued by all manner of problems mechanical, hydraulic, powerplant related and aerodynamic, the Chance Vought F7U Cutlass looked like a million bucks, even if it didn’t fly like it. The -1 version especially looked like Buck Rodgers had arrived promptly in 1948, the date of her first flight. Left behind by rapidly advancing technology and hamstrung by a dismal safety record, the Cutlass was beached and retired by 1957.