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Bristol Types 123, 132 and 133

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Produced Variants

Type 123
 
Single-seat, single bay biplane fighter to Specification F.7/30 to meet the requirements of OR.1. One 695 h.p. Rolls-Royce Goshawk III powerplant.
Type 132 Two seat low wing metal-skinned monoplane turret fighter fighter. One 850 h.p. Bristol Hydra powerplant.
Type 133
 
Single-seat monoplane fighter based on the Type 132, armed with four guns and with a retractable undercarriage, built as a private venture to Specification F.7/30. One 640 h.p. Bristol Mercury VIS powerplant.



Production List  

Type 123

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Serial Range C/n Batch Qty Conv. Canc'd Notes
 1 aircraft built by the Bristol Aeroplane Company, Filton, Bristol, Somerset. First flew June 1934.
 none  7775  1      
  Total Production 1      




Type 132

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Serial Range C/n Batch Qty Conv. Canc'd Notes
 1 aircraft intended to be built by the Bristol Aeroplane Company, Filton, Bristol, Somerset, as a Private Venture. Cancelled.
   7774      1  
  Total Production     1  

Serial Range C/n Batch Qty Conv. Canc'd Notes
 1 aircraft built by the Bristol Aeroplane Company, Filton, Bristol, Somerset, to contract 408484/23. First flew in June 1934.
 R-10  7776  1      
  Total Production 1      




Production Summary

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All Aircraft By Type
Type Built New Conv. Canc'd Total
 Type 123 1     1
 Type 132     1 1
 Type 133 1     1
  2 0 1  

Production References
  1. Bristol Aircraft Since 1910, C.H. Barnes (Putnam, 1964)

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