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Thread: The Ongoing Mystery Aircraft Thread Part Deux.

  1. #22301
    Here is a rather generic looking parasol.

  2. #22302
    It's younger sibling has appeared here before courtesy of Lefty.

  3. #22303
    One built in 1930. From Western Europe.

  4. #22304
    Aah, the Abraham 'Iris' I

  5. #22305
    That is the one.

    Over to Uli.

  6. #22306
    Due to different possibilities of spelling I don’t know if this one has appeared here before or not.
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  7. #22307
    IAR CV-11 from Romania

  8. #22308
    That's the Bird. Take it

  9. #22309
    Thanks ! Here's a double-decker .....
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  10. #22310

  11. #22311
    That's the one ( one , oh ) have at it .....

  12. #22312
    A Fling-Wing

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  13. #22313
    You might look for a double chevron .....

  14. #22314
    I thought that the railway station (?) in the background looked rather Gallic!

  15. #22315
    ..... It's appropriately in the middle of the road .......

  16. #22316
    ........ It isn't just the blades that rotate ......

  17. #22317
    Enough of this nonsense! This is F-WZAB, the unique Citroën-Marchetti RE.2 of 1975 which was powered by an adapted Citroën car engine, derived from the Wankel rotary engine and developing 160/180 hp. The project was abandoned.

  18. #22318
    That's the no nonsense answer.


  19. #22319
    Thank you, Chris. Here's a big beast of a biplane which, my search indicates, has not hitherto graced these pages.

  20. #22320
    I think this is the Avro Mailplane G-ABJM, Mike.

  21. #22321
    There is not a word in that answer, Robert, with which I could disagree. Over to you!

  22. #22322
    Thanks, Mike!

    Here is an older biplane, I would like to know the pusher.
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  23. #22323
    Looks like a captured Farman Mf.11.

  24. #22324
    Not a Farman and not from France, Kevin.

    Several hundred of this pusher were built.

    Here is another view of that scene, have a closer look at the tail.
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  25. #22325
    this is like looking at a swarm of fish
    so many tails

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