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P.29 Sidestrand Mk.I
Three seat biplane medium bomber to Specification 9/24. Two 425 h.p. Bristol Jupiter VI powerplants.
P.29a Sidestrand Mk.II
Initial production version. Essentially identical to P.29 Sidestrand
As Mk.II but with revised bomb aimer location to Specification 10/29 (originally 25/27). Two 460 h.p. Bristol
Jupiter VIII or VIIIF powerplants.
P.29a Sidestrand Mk.IIIS
As Mk.II but with two 555 h.p. Bristol Pegasus I.M.3 powerplants driving four bladed propellers.
P.29a Sidestrand Mk.IV
See note 1.
P.29a Sidestrand Mk.V
Initial designation of the P.75 Overstrand.
P.29 featuring an enclosed cabin and a powered nose turret. Initial prototype conversionsions were to Specification 29/33,
with production to Specification 23/34. Two 580 h.p. Bristol Pegasus H.M.3 powerplants.
General purpose aircraft/medium bomber development of the P.29 for the Irish
Free State. Two Armstrong Siddeley geared Jaguar powerplants.
Photographic aircraft development of the P.29 for the Royal Canadian Air Force. Two Armstrong Siddeley geared
mail carrier aircraft development of the P.29. Two Bristol Jupiter XFB powerplants.
carrier based on the P.61. Two Bristol Jupiter XF or Armstrong Siddeley Panther powerplants
version of the P.61.
Coastal reconnaissance development of the P.75.
version of the P.75 featuring a retractable undercarriage and improved nose turret. Two Bristol Pegasus IV powerplants.
In late 1930 J9186 was
experimentally fitted with supercharged 500 h.p. Bristol Jupiter XF powerplants each fitted with a Townend Ring and exhaust
collector. As such it may have been intended to be the Sidestrand Mk.IV.
Paul Aircraft Since 1915, Alec Brew (Putnam, 1993)