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  1. #22001
    Blackshape Gabriel from

  2. #22002

  3. #22003
    Thanks ! On with a tubby ( grainy ) number .....

  4. #22004
    Unless it's just me, it's also an invisible number, Jim!

  5. #22005
    Must be you Mike as I am seeing the portly Bristol Racer of 1922.

  6. #22006
    Wonder why Jim's post is only visible in Texas !

  7. #22007
    The Bristol it is ( here with the spinner fitted ) - over to Texas
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  8. #22008
    Quote Originally Posted by lefty View Post
    Wonder why Jim's post is only visible in Texas !
    Same problem here, Mike.

    I can't see the mystery in post 22003 as well, however the picture in 22007 is visible.

    Very mysterious.

  9. #22009
    Same here, Robert. It looks as if Jim had problems with his Bristols that he's now overcome!

  10. #22010
    OK - so here's the other one of this fine pair of Bristols .....
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  11. #22011
    I could see it on my phone but now on my computer, I don't see it in Jim's initial post. Odd.

    Anyhoo, hopefully this roadable experiment will show up.

  12. #22012
    That is the Maykemper Aeromobil from 1926 of German descent, Kevin.

    I'm wondering , whether Herr Maykemper was inspired by the Beardmore Wee Bee, those two kites look very similar.

  13. #22013

  14. #22014
    Interesting, Richard! Merci!

  15. #22015
    It is the Aeromobile.

    Over to Robert.

  16. #22016
    Here is something more modern.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails CF4ED555-6960-40E1-8B66-CBD4ECB06290.jpg  

  17. #22017
    Max Holste MH.53?

  18. #22018
    It is the Max Holste, Mike


  19. #22019
    Thank you, Robert. Here's an elegant tourer that seems not yet to have put in an appearance here.

  20. #22020
    Very smooth indeed - it's the Lignel Coach.

  21. #22021
    Well done, lefty. It is the Lignel type 46 Coach - with remarkably modern lines for 1947, particularly when contrasted to Lignel's broadly contemporary product, the type 44 Cross Country. But enough of this. A wee dram to you, sir, and over to Ecosse.

  22. #22022
    Thank you Mike -dram appreciated - it's getting a bit chilly here. This one is not as sleek as the last, but is a chunky wee racer -
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  23. #22023
    Your sporty number is the Kuhelj KS-1 YU-CEO

  24. #22024
    Yes it is, Jim - over to you -

  25. #22025
    Thanks - here's a futuristic design for its time .......
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