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    Sticky: Suspect it is time for a wee hint, Robert - this...

    Suspect it is time for a wee hint, Robert - this one is fairly anonymous-looking and not even some scenery to give us a clue !
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    Sticky: I looked at the Potez 60 also, Walter. But if he...

    I looked at the Potez 60 also, Walter. But if he did restore it, he completely altered the fuselage, wing, struts, tail unit and gear ! But with the French, everything is possible......:banghead:
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    Sticky: I reckon they are 88's in French markings,...

    I reckon they are 88's in French markings, Robert. But that hasn't helped a lot !
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    Sticky: Yes Mike - the tiny intakes are the clue - over...

    Yes Mike - the tiny intakes are the clue - over to you. Good win for Les Bleus tonight ! :very_drunk:
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    Sticky: Thank you, Robert. Something quite different -

    Thank you, Robert. Something quite different -
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    Sticky: The Indraéro 'Aéro' 101, perhaps ?

    The Indraéro 'Aéro' 101, perhaps ?
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    Sticky: ..and flaps ! Over to you, Walter. :guinness:

    ..and flaps ! Over to you, Walter. :guinness:
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    Sticky: This little machine is a newcomer here...

    This little machine is a newcomer here (hopefully) -
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    Sticky: Surprised it is still here, Robert, the Ansaldo...

    Surprised it is still here, Robert, the Ansaldo A300T. Found it in the Putnam 'European Transport Aircraft since 1910'.
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    Sticky: Yes Robert - quick off the mark on a Sunday...

    Yes Robert - quick off the mark on a Sunday morning ! :very_drunk:

    Perhaps you could confirm - in some sources this is referred to as the Otto B, but there is another 'B' model which is quite...
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    Sticky: Thanks Kevin - more the weather for mulled wine...

    Thanks Kevin - more the weather for mulled wine here !
    Here's a pusher - on colonial service, by the looks of it.....
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    Sticky: The Norman Thompson NT.2B The company was...

    The Norman Thompson NT.2B The company was absorbed into Handley Page in 1919.
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    Sticky: That's the one, Walter, although I think it was...

    That's the one, Walter, although I think it was actually spelt Skyskootor, presumably to distinguish it from other Skyscooters ! Over to you -:icon29:
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    Sticky: Thank you Walter. Here's something of similar...

    Thank you Walter. Here's something of similar vintage - yet another attempt to bring the joys of flight to the masses. This one could have been yours for the price of a small car -
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    Sticky: Found it eventually, Walter. It's the Phelps...

    Found it eventually, Walter. It's the Phelps Li'l Spitfire.
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    I'm still trying to get a handle on this. There...

    I'm still trying to get a handle on this. There have been 170 deaths so far reported in China. The population of China is 1.4 billion. In any normal year , how many would die of flu in the same...
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    Sticky: OK Robert, the only one I can find is the...

    OK Robert, the only one I can find is the Siemens-Schuckert Bulldog, which is hardly a bird of prey !
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    Sticky: 'she has a much different configuration than the...

    'she has a much different configuration than the Libellula II posted by you.'

    Only superficially, Walter. My photo is from Jane's 62-63. Apart from the tail assembly, and some panelling on the...
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    Sticky: Oh dear, he's been on the pruneau again........

    Oh dear, he's been on the pruneau again........
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    Sticky: OK, choppers never were popular in this forum -...

    OK, choppers never were popular in this forum - it is the Manzolini Libellula 2 from :italy:

    OH please.
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    Sticky: One more clue - this has one of Wout's engines !

    One more clue - this has one of Wout's engines !
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    Sticky: I was once entertained to luncheon at Eton -...

    I was once entertained to luncheon at Eton - lovely bunch of chaps.....anyway, back to business - this chopper is European
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    Sticky: Thanks Uli - spent a lot of time trawling through...

    Thanks Uli - spent a lot of time trawling through my Japanese books until the penny dropped !

    Mike, the Master of Sempill was a very naughty boy, spying for Japan for a long time. He wasn't...
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    Sticky: I think, Uli, that is a Sopwith Cuckoo ?

    I think, Uli, that is a Sopwith Cuckoo ?
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    Sticky: Think Uli's on the right track here - found this...

    Think Uli's on the right track here - found this shot of a Standard J-1 with 'anti-noseover gear'. Obviously many similarities with the mystery.......except the wings !
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