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    Sticky: hi srgalahad:very_drunk: Good luck with your...

    hi srgalahad:very_drunk:
    Good luck with your lawn mowing. I guess an umbrella does not really help?
    Thank you for the links. Very interesting reading and I had no idea that this aircraft already...
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    Sticky: Hi Chris:encouragement: You are getting close,...

    Hi Chris:encouragement: You are getting close, but not a Super Cub.
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    Sticky: Sorry! Should read mass-produced (in the tune of...

    Sorry! Should read mass-produced (in the tune of thousands)
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    Sticky: Not a homebuilt but a much modified pass-produced...

    Not a homebuilt but a much modified pass-produced type.
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    Sticky: Hi Green:encouragement: The Rockwell XFV-12,...

    Hi Green:encouragement:
    The Rockwell XFV-12, maybe?
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    Sticky: As threatened:

    As threatened:
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    Sticky: The four-banger is the Dream by twin brothers...

    The four-banger is the Dream by twin brothers Verdon and Vernon Weber from Wisconsin.
    Registration N5871. I understand that the tail section could tilt upwards and sidewards for lateral control....
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    Sticky: Sorry, but all wrong answers. Not Asian and no...

    Sorry, but all wrong answers. Not Asian and no Briggs & Strattons. I scratched out the face because I donot remember whether he was Verdon or Vernon.
    Designed/built by twin brothers. Maybe that was...
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    Sticky: This one in from before the ultralight class was...

    This one in from before the ultralight class was invented. One of the smallest 4-engined aircraft built. It had an official registration!
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    Sticky: Hi Mike:encouragement: That looks like the...

    Hi Mike:encouragement:
    That looks like the prototype Tuholer (N9110R) by Tony and Dorothy Spezio anno 1961
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    Sticky: He is another Maurice. the other plane is a low...

    He is another Maurice. the other plane is a low winger with swept tail and tri-gear. The first example appeared in 1961.
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    Sticky: Hi Mike :encouragement:. You are correct, the...

    Hi Mike :encouragement:. You are correct, the banana is from France.
    She is the other one by the same designer. That info should help.
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    Sticky: Thank you Mike:encouragement:. I missed that one...

    Thank you Mike:encouragement:. I missed that one completely. Must haven been alcohol or women or maybe I spent too much time in my Maserati
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    Sticky: Hi pomme homme:very_drunk: That is her. I...

    Hi pomme homme:very_drunk:
    That is her. I understand she was originally built in 1949 as the Quentin-Lamette QL-6-2.
    Regi F-PEPY and 40hp Beaussier 4B-02 engine.

    You know the consequences of...
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    Sticky: Thank you giruXX:encouragement:. Any idea why the...

    Thank you giruXX:encouragement:. Any idea why the name/designation Kjeller is used (also for the earlier PKX1 piston engine heli)?

    For next challenge the jury accepts 2 names/designations (the...
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    Sticky: Hi giruXX:encouragement: Could this be the...

    Hi giruXX:encouragement:
    Could this be the Kjolseth (Kjølseth) X2 (PK X2) from Norway, a design of Lt.Col. Paul Kjolseth of the Royal Norwegian AF?
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    Sticky: This mystery plane is the Walker Skyfib by Gerry...

    This mystery plane is the Walker Skyfib by Gerry Walker (Canada, BC at the time).
    Registration C-GQCD. Regi canceled 13 November 1990. This is only photo I have ever seen.

    Open House please...
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    Sticky: Hi Carlo:encouragement: Sorry, not Russian, but...

    Hi Carlo:encouragement:
    Sorry, not Russian, but a good guess anyway view the unusual lines.
    She is from the New World (not USA). Built as amphibian. but I understand that she only flew as land...
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    Sticky: A lightplane with some unusual features.

    A lightplane with some unusual features.
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    Sticky: Carlo, by deduction and reduction, was already on...

    Carlo, by deduction and reduction, was already on the right continent.
    Fabulousfour found her. :very_drunk:

    For those interested, on the secretprojects.co.uk site there is a topic going on by...
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    Sticky: Not from Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, Asia or...

    Not from Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, Asia or USA. View nose contours, engine could be one of mine. (I did not have a trade-boycott to the country)
    The paint scheme on the rudder could give a...
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    Sticky: Learned about the existence of this one only...

    Learned about the existence of this one only today, although she is from 1992 already.
    Could not find too many details. I am open to reliable info :jump:

    If you surf the fora for "novelties" you...
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    Sticky: Hi Mike:encouragement: The sole unique...

    Hi Mike:encouragement:
    The sole unique only-of-a-kind D-KCAS also referred to as the Blanik 2M of L-13-2M. Developed by Theodor Sigmund and his Flugtechnik Sigmund .
    Two 22hp Lloyd LS-400 engines....
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    Sticky: Hi Carlo:very_drunk: The Baikal from USSRS it...

    Hi Carlo:very_drunk:
    The Baikal from USSRS it is. Design of Vladimir Egorovich Fedorov. Reportedly the engines caused problems and the test programme was cut short.
    Mr. Fedorov later founded the...
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    Sticky: Sorry, but not German. European though. First...

    Sorry, but not German. European though. First flown around 1986/1987.
    Donot know about the car. My guess it is a homegrown product.
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