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Thread: The Ongoing Mystery Aircraft Thread Part Deux.

  1. #19726
    Actually, I took great care to say 'wee twin' as opposed to 'twin engine'. It did, after all, have twin props !

    As to the AS.37, I got most of the info from this thread -

    https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/thr...projects.9070/

    (which included a post from someone called avion ancien, who didn't seem to object to that designation...... )

  2. #19727
    The more one reads, the more one learns. Thus I hope that my knowledge now is greater than when I posted on that thread over four years ago. To the best of my knowledge the only version of the AS.37 with tractor props is the Starck-Nickel SN.01 F-PYBQ. But I'm content to be corrected.

    As there were no overnight offerings, here's a curious little aeroplane to be going on with. But no prizes for stating what powered it!


  3. #19728
    I hear the waterfalls roar
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    Quote Originally Posted by pomme homme View Post
    The more one reads, the more one learns. Thus I hope that my knowledge now is greater than when I posted on that thread over four years ago. To the best of my knowledge the only version of the AS.37 with tractor props is the Starck-Nickel SN.01 F-PYBQ. But I'm content to be corrected.

    As there were no overnight offerings, here's a curious little aeroplane to be going on with. But no prizes for stating what powered it!

    This must be the Shapley Kittiwake (G-AFRP?)..sorry for my long silence but I was in the Dolomites for one week to avoid the terrible heat of last week...by the way after a few days of lower temperatures a new hot wave is expected for the Whole of nest week nstarting Tomorrow...terrific!
    Carlo

  5. #19730
    Indeed, Carlo, that tubby wee fellow is the ill-fated Shapley Kittiwake II. Over to Italy.

  6. #19731
    'Waterfalls roar' ? Ah yes, Niagara.

    This forum is getting more like a cryptic crossword every day !

  7. #19732
    So when someone posts a picture of the Hendy Hobo, will the response be 'rapids thunder', and, if so, maybe the AC-35 will elicit 'gentle outpourings'?

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    Hello boys and girls!
    This is only a partial view of a very common and famous craft I'm sure you won't have any difficulty in uncovering her….
    Cheers
    Carlo
    https://imgur.com/a/a7FjKEh

  9. #19734
    Maybe the answer is To Be Found in Aerofiles, Carlo ???

  10. #19735
    The small door is No.151 I think - the oil cooler air exit flap.
    Belongs to the mighty Avenger!
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  11. #19736
    Not a fan of the partial bit to identify but it looks like a Grumman TBF Avenger.

  12. #19737
    And there was I entering into the spirit of the new cryptic forum - 'To Be Found' = TBF !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green View Post
    The small door is No.151 I think - the oil cooler air exit flap.
    Belongs to the mighty Avenger!
    Yes Mr.Green very cute comments..she's indeed the mighty Avenger TBM-1C...Your turn please...
    Carlo

  14. #19739
    Quote Originally Posted by lefty View Post
    And there was I entering into the spirit of the new cryptic forum - 'To Be Found' = TBF !
    I didn't even catch that Mike.

  15. #19740
    Are we sure it was not a TBM?

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  17. #19742
    Quote Originally Posted by wout View Post
    Are we sure it was not a TBM?
    That was To Be Meant
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  18. #19743
    A nice 2-seat amphibian. Hope she did not appear earlier.
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  19. #19744
    It has appeared once before (posted by me!). Let's see who else knows it.

  20. #19745
    That blue-winged duck is not in aerofiles, if I am right.
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    gX

  21. #19746
    Hi giruXX, you are right and I am very pretty extremely sure you have the answer .
    Me Tarzan, you Jane will help.

  22. #19747
    Rob should be jumping in soon, after all it's....

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    I jumped in, found they'd drained the pool, hit my head and all is a blur...
    someone solve it and end my misery

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  24. #19749
    Yes, now I see. All is clear. When the seagulls follow the trawler, it is because they think sardines will be thrown into the sea.

  25. #19750
    May I help with: Crowder CR-100 Blue Teal
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