Bristol 166 Buckmaster


                                           The Buckmaster was the high speed trainer derivative of the Buckingham.  In 1943 the Air
                                           Ministry issued Spec.T13/43 and the Buckingham design was modified to fit this criteria
                                           With 2,400 hp Centaurus XI engines this was clearly a very advanced trainer.   Provision
                                           was made for two side-by-side pilots with a radio operator in the rear.  In all 110 were built,
                                           half of which had originally been laid down as Buckinghams.