The Ongoing Mystery Aircraft Thread Part Deux. - Page 598

Thread: The Ongoing Mystery Aircraft Thread Part Deux.

  1. #14926
    Spot on Robert. It was photographed at the same New York show as the Taft.

    Have at it-
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails EAC-1.jpg  

  2. #14927
    Thanks Kevin, here's another floater
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails SOH-7.jpg  

  3. #14928
    Hmm, going to take a shot in the dark. Maybe the Yokosho Ho-go small seaplane of 1918?

  4. #14929
    You are on the right track but that's not the bird.
    The plane flew a little later.

    I should have altered the face of that lady

  5. #14930
    The Yokosuka K1Y, also known as the Navy Type 13 Trainer, by any chance?

  6. #14931
    Spot on, Uli

    Here is the "uncensored" picture.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Yokosuka K1Y klein.jpg  

  7. #14932
    I have another deputy of the floater theme:
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails i9i9i9.jpg  

  8. #14933
    'Tis the FGP 227

  9. #14934
    identified even if I have it as FG 227

  10. #14935
    Indeed, I have both ! (Depends whether you add the 'Prag' to the Fertigungsgemeinschaft...) Yet another scaled-down floater, which like most of the others, didn't achieve much.

    This didn't float, to the best of my knowledge. Must have been quite bracing to fly..(and keep that Red Baron silk scarf well tucked in !)
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  11. #14936
    Ah, back to France. That's the Daspect III.

  12. #14937
    Aha ! Stirrings from the heart of France - yes, M. Becherau's wee flivver indeed

  13. #14938
    Is that a Dewoitine D.371 in the background on the right?

  14. #14939
    Yes, and Mike is going to tell us what's in the background rear left too, with his mystery.......

  15. #14940
    ..... Kellner-Béchereau Type E1?

  16. #14941
    And in the meantime, un avion déshabillé - which shouldn't tax you lot for long!

  17. #14942
    I'd rather guess that's an E-5.

    There is quite a distance between wing and top of the fuselage.

  18. #14943
    Here is a photo of the E-5 in the same location more or less with the Dewoitine in the background.

  19. #14944
    What's the aerodrome?

  20. #14945
    Quote Originally Posted by pomme homme View Post
    What's the aerodrome?
    Dunno Mike. Thought you might have that info.

    BTW- I know the designer of your skeletal tricycle gear biplane but not the designation. Will see if someone else has the goods as I don't know enough about it.

  21. #14946
    I guess Jacques' avion had the same designation/name as the successor with conventional gear...

  22. #14947
    Curiously he had the same surname as my neighbour.

  23. #14948
    Come on, gentlemen. At least two of you know what it is but apparently are being coy. Please reveal or I'll do so and throw the door open.

  24. #14949
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    Deux-Sevres, France
    For me its like trying to identify Richard III......from his skeleton.

  25. #14950
    Skeletal or not, Keith, those wings must give it away!

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