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Thread: The Ongoing Mystery Aircraft Thread Part Deux.

  1. #19001
    The Fiat TR.1, me thinks
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    gX

  2. #19002
    It is the Fiat, Uli.

    Over to the Black Forest!

  3. #19003
    how about a sleekly twin?
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  4. #19004
    Reid & Sigrist RS.3 Desford?

  5. #19005
    Full hit pomme homme That's her.
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  6. #19006
    Thank you, Uli. Now from a sleek twin to a tiny single seater. And to compensate for the grainy nature of the photos, here are two of that aeroplane.




  7. #19007
    France or Algeria Mike?

  8. #19008

    Smile

    I'll leave you to toss a coin, Kevin!

  9. #19009
    This mystery comes from a place famous for the bubbles in its wine. The three gentlemen behind it - who each contributed an initial to its designation - had plans to produce a two seat version which, apparently, would have looked like a Minicab, but I've seen no evidence of these plans having come to fruition.

  10. #19010
    Hi pommehomme
    The Mangin-Cuvelier-Ruin (in that order) because cause I have her as MCR-1?. 45hp Persey II engine and reportedly first flown September 1951.
    No F-P.... known to me.
    Maybe name is spelled Mengin. This name is also connected, I think, with a 1947 sportplane with a 27hp AVA engine, but have no photo.

  11. #19011
    You've got it, Walter. Over to you.

    She's the Mangin MRC.1 built in Reims by Messrs Mangin (this is the spelling given in contemporary reports and Pierre Gaillard's book), Ruin and Cuvelier and first flown in September 1951. I haven't traced a CNRA or CDN registration mark being attributed to her or anything of her subsequent history.

    I know nothing of the 1947 Mengin Sport Plane. Can you let me know what you know about it, please?

  12. #19012
    Thank you pommehomme
    All I know of the 1947 Manging is that it was reported as a single-seater with 27hp AVA two-stroke engine and builder Guy Mangin. No photo sorry.

    Next challenge is a light light twin. The designer/builder has more aircraft (all single engine) to his name.
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  13. #19013
    Sorry wout et al. See post #17775
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  14. #19014
    Hi giruXX
    Sorry for my mistake. I work with a list I use for the quiz and forgot to remove this one, hence the double use.
    Whilst I feel very sorry for myself , can you please post the next one because in fact you solved it!

  15. #19015
    something easy then:
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  16. #19016
    Quote Originally Posted by giruXX View Post
    something easy then:
    I'm almost certain I'm wrong but...Focke Wulf 44E ?

  17. #19017
    It is the Fw 44
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    gX

  18. #19018
    ... albeit not the "E" but a license version in South America with an inverted DH Gipsy engine
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  20. #19020
    Yes, of course!

  21. #19021
    Here goes. Have fun!

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  22. #19022
    You should delete the registration in your next mystery, however, in this case that would have been a fruitless effort.
    That is the new Textron Scorpion.

  23. #19023
    Quote Originally Posted by fabulousfour View Post
    You should delete the registration in your next mystery, however, in this case that would have been a fruitless effort.
    That is the new Textron Scorpion.
    Spot on. I didn't think hiding the reg would keep it secret for long. Cheers!
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  24. #19024
    Thanks, e.a.

    Back to biplanes again.
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  25. #19025
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    Quote Originally Posted by fabulousfour View Post
    Thanks, e.a.

    Back to biplanes again.
    Hi Robert!
    There are a million of look-alikes...could that be a Manfred Weiss WM10A?
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