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    Sticky: Could it be a Salmson Canton-Unné engine?

    Could it be a Salmson Canton-Unné engine?
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    Sticky: The fact that it appears to have its...

    The fact that it appears to have its undercarriage retracted suggests a Heston Phoenix. But on reflection, the clothing of the people in the foreground seems to post-date 1952, when the Last Phoenix...
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    Sticky: With such a low resolution image, it's hard to...

    With such a low resolution image, it's hard to get any feel for what it is - even to work out whether it's a single or dual seat aeroplane! But by reference to its overall appearance, I'll hazard a...
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    Sticky: Sorry, I'm no more available, getting up at dawn...

    Sorry, I'm no more available, getting up at dawn to try to work around the current heatwave and also to prepare for an event at the weekend where it looks like I'm going to cook (and by that I mean...
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    Sticky: How I wish!

    How I wish!
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    Sticky: To me it looks like a Potez 36 but, if so, I'm...

    To me it looks like a Potez 36 but, if so, I'm not sure which one it is of the many variants on this design.

    Hesitating, it could be also a 43 or 58. I do have difficulty distinguishing between...
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    Sticky: ..... that's borrowed its tail and cowlings from...

    ..... that's borrowed its tail and cowlings from a Bird Dog?
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    Sticky: Walter's had two West Bends. Mike's had two S...

    Walter's had two West Bends. Mike's had two S bends!
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    Sticky: Now those do look like lawnmower engines - right...

    Now those do look like lawnmower engines - right down to, if my eyes are not playing tricks on me, a pull start on each motor. This will be right up lefty's street!
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    Sticky: Yes, that's her, Robert. A very different...

    Yes, that's her, Robert. A very different creature to the other Paumier (the less well known Maurice) design - as Walter evidently knew well! Over to Germany for the next one.
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    Sticky: I wonder why it took Maurice thirteen years to...

    I wonder why it took Maurice thirteen years to come up with his next creation - which was a much more modern, sophisticated affair, of which two thirds of those constructed are still active.
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    Sticky: Oh, with a nose like that, Mike, I thought that...

    Oh, with a nose like that, Mike, I thought that you were going to guess at it being a hitherto unknown version of the Piel CP.10!

    Walter evidently knows what it is but is being inscrutable!
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    Sticky: With apologies for the delay, gentlemen. ...

    With apologies for the delay, gentlemen.

    https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/48086138842_2a121bb5d9_o.jpg
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    Sticky: The Glanard Monoplan of 1961?

    The Glanard Monoplan of 1961?
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    Sticky: Is it an optical illusion or does that aeroplane...

    Is it an optical illusion or does that aeroplane have castoring main wheels?
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    Sticky: Crikey, Mike, what sort of lawn mower do you...

    Crikey, Mike, what sort of lawn mower do you have? These engines powered a small car which could achieve 75 kph!
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    Sticky: Well done, Mike, correct on every count! I shall...

    Well done, Mike, correct on every count! I shall look forward to un mystère d'Ecosse.
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    Sticky: Thank you, Robert. Now whilst I suspect that the...

    Thank you, Robert. Now whilst I suspect that the identification of the aeroplane illustrated below will not be very challenging, what I also wish to know is what is the connection between it and...
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    Sticky: Is that the Fieseler F 4?

    Is that the Fieseler F 4?
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    Sticky: Armstrong Whitworth Apollo? On reflection, I...

    Armstrong Whitworth Apollo? On reflection, I think not - because of the tail wheel and twin fins! :stupid: (which are more suggestive of the De Havilland Albatross)
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    Sticky: ..... the ongoing mystery motor car thread? :eek:

    ..... the ongoing mystery motor car thread? :eek:
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    Sticky: Your affirmation is correct, Carlo - although I'd...

    Your affirmation is correct, Carlo - although I'd hoped that someone might, viewed from that angle, think that it was some sort of weird canard pusher! It is the high aspect ratio wing HD.10. Thus...
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    Sticky: It's a pleasure, Walter. However you'll note that...

    It's a pleasure, Walter. However you'll note that it's the second part of the article and I haven't yet found the first part online.
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    Sticky: Thank you, Walter, and my apologies for the...

    Thank you, Walter, and my apologies for the delay.

    I cannot find reference to a second Jumbo having been completed but there are suggestions that it had been started - along with various...
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    Sticky: Léglise L.500 Jumbo F-BJSC.

    Léglise L.500 Jumbo F-BJSC.
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