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Thread: The Ongoing Mystery Aircraft Thread Part Deux.

  1. #20301
    Welcome back, Mike.
    Hopefully you have preserved some warmth for winter.

    The mystery is the Short Shrimp (would have given a nice clue ).

    The stage is yours

  2. #20302
    Sorry,fellows,having a bit of a problem. The village is now in ths middle of its SEVENTH power cut of the day ! Can do or see nothing - I am going out. Better have OH.

    Sent from my phone...

  3. #20303
    Glad to report that we are back in the world again (after TEN power cuts.....)

    Here's a two-seater to carry on with -
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails 2sidc.jpg  

  4. #20304
    At last, can get in with a hint (whether it will post or not is another matter....)

    This one is European, 1918, Argus engine, prototype only, intended for military use.

  5. #20305
    From a landlocked country....

  6. #20306
    Just a WAG but tail looks "Skoda" but my reference on their products doesn't have anything like this.

    Chris

  7. #20307
    From the country of chocolate and watches

    It is the SWS C-1.

  8. #20308
    ..and lovely Gruyère, Robert ! You cracked it -

  9. #20309
    That biplane was a tough nut, Mike.

    Here is something more modern.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails SOH-204.jpg  

  10. #20310
    Sai kz-ii?

    [sorry - I'm typing upper case but the website seems to be turning it into lower case and I seem unable to do anything about that]

  11. #20311
    It is the SAI KZ.II in its Sport variant.

    Over to you, Mike

    No problem here with the typing.

  12. #20312
    His keyboard's gone on strike, Robert. It happens in France..........

  13. #20313
    Maybe Friday the 13th

  14. #20314
    Well, let's see what happens on the fourteenth! Here's something that seems to be a debutante here but which shouldn't tax you for too long.


  15. #20315
    My money is on the Caudron C240.

  16. #20316
    Then your money would be safe, Kevin. It is the Caudron C.240. Next stop Texas!

  17. #20317
    Good to know Mike.

    Onward with a larger craft.


  18. #20318
    The Friesley Falcon, methinks
    _
    gX

  19. #20319
    It is!

    Shame it never went into production. Was a solid design with a good track record. They sold it to China where it faded from history.

  20. #20320
    on with something smaller
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails z9z9z9.jpg  
    _
    gX

  21. #20321
    From Eastern Europe. Quite successful. It flew for five years.
    _
    gX

  22. #20322
    I think this is the Sveti Dorde (Djordje?) from Yugoslavia

  23. #20323
    That's the bird, Robert!
    _
    gX

  24. #20324
    Back to biplanes again.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails SOH-205.jpg  

  25. #20325
    That, sir, is the sole Paraguayan Savoia S.52

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