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Thread: The Ongoing Mystery Aircraft Thread Part Deux.

  1. #14276
    I found a photo of the Weltensegler V.E.1 and it looks a lot like your dihedral machine.

  2. #14277
    That, sir, is because it is the Weltensegler! - built in Baden-Baden by Herr F Wenk in 1925. Thought it might hold you off for longer.....

  3. #14278
    Thanks Mike.

    Have a go at this one.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Moses03 View Post
    Thanks Mike.

    Have a go at this one.

    Could she be the Ansaldo A300C? There's also the A300T which is almost identical but with round Windows
    Cheers
    BG

  5. #14280
    I have it as the "C" as well. One for BG.

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    Thanks Moses!
    Here goes my today's mysterious item with an extra wing...
    Cheers
    BG

  7. #14282
    Looks like a grown up relative of the Babysquale. Maybe produced lateron!

  8. #14283
    It's the Loring E-1 from in 1929.
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    Quote Originally Posted by giruXX View Post
    It's the Loring E-1 from in 1929.
    Hat off Giru, it wasn't easy the Loring E-1 indeed...
    please see following link:aviones-raros-de-todas-las-epocas
    Your turn Giru of course!
    Cheers
    BG

  10. #14285
    Thanks BG! The "extra fin" made the difference.

    What about a wee early lightplane as a follow up?
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    gX

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    Very dapper gentleman in front - not sure what the dog is doing - or going to do - or even done- though at the tail....!
    Keith

  12. #14287
    Looks like a civilianised Nieuport 10 ?

  13. #14288
    Yes, that’s a reasonable answer even if the type number isn’t “100% correct”.

    The photo shows Nieuport 83 no. 8431 F-ATMT at Angers-Avrillé in 1924. The Nieuport 83 E2 was a derivative of the Nieuport 10 two-seater, with controls only for the pilot in the rear cockpit.
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    gX

  14. #14289
    Here's a neat open-air machine -
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  15. #14290
    Pretty Albert A-60 of 1930.

  16. #14291
    Albert it is......

  17. #14292
    Here is a somewhat elusive flying boat I have investigated in the past. Finally found a photo worth posting (barely!).


  18. #14293
    Right! This one had a clerget engine and was the first effort from this firm who designed an array of both civil and military types right up until WWII.

  19. #14294
    Suspect it might be an F.B.A. Type 11 or 14 ?

  20. #14295
    I'll put my coins on the Romano R1 because of the ressemblance with the replica displayed at Biscarosse
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    gX

  21. #14296
    It is the Romano. Right on gX!

    Flown in 1922 and was tested with a 4-bladed prop as well.

    These are the only other photos I could find. Anyone have a decent shot aside from the replica?




  22. #14297
    Comprehensively out-floatered - I'm losing it.........!

    I'm wondering why anyone would go to the trouble of building a full-size replica of an obscure machine that only flew once ??

  23. #14298
    @lefty: Mike, your question is appropriate!

    Here is my next plane. The design isn’t too different from the previous one. Is it therefore a forerunner or a follower of the Romano R-1?

    P.S.: the graphical upload manager is back!
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    gX

  24. #14299
    Ha ! a Red Herring indeed - the Grigorovitch M-9.

  25. #14300
    one out of ca. 500 Grigorovich M-9s
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    gX

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