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  1. #24351
    Yup. Mid North-East-ish.....

  2. #24352
    Argh, not getting a hit. Maybe from a small company?

    I think it's in one of my Juptners.

  3. #24353
    I think I know it: Aeronca LCS
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    gX

  4. #24354
    Aeronca...ooopf. Time to take a long walk on a short pier.

  5. #24355
    Well done Uli ! One of the comparatively few low wing Aeroncas. Over to you

  6. #24356
    Thank you Mike!

    How about this?
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    gX

  7. #24357
    Looks like a cousin to the Ercoupe, a General Skyfarer.

  8. #24358
    looks like an RC airplane

    The Skyfarer it is to Kevin
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    gX

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    Dang! I knew the Skyfarer, but I've been trying to identify the ship which I thought was part of the mystery

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  10. #24360
    Thanks Uli.

    On with a twin...


  11. #24361
    I wonder about the many similarities with the Yakovlev AIR-19
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  13. #24363
    IAR 814, perhaps
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    gX

  14. #24364
    Marinavia Farina OQ.14 Levriero?

    Chris

  15. #24365
    Chris has the country of origin...

  16. #24366
    A 1938 design but didn't actually fly until 1943. Conceived as a military VIP light transport. Note the twin tail.

  17. #24367
    Bestetti C.3
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    gX

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  19. #24369
    On with a jet somewhere in a backyard
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  20. #24370
    Ahh, Uli, nearly fell into the trap there ! - in fact had 'Dass.....' typed out before the penny dropped. It is surely the SNCAC.NC 1080 in one of its early manifestations ? They altered the tail profile a few times.

    However the idea that an aeroplane could fly without ailerons was proven tragically wrong when it crashed fatally in 1950.

  21. #24371
    Milke, you are absolutely right on the NC.1080

    But you ruined my offer for Huub #23962
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    gX

  22. #24372
    Sorry fellows - still having teething problems with my new rig, and compatibility with old software - result ? I can't scan anything at the moment.
    Rather than recycling some mystery that has been here before, I'd better declare Open House until I get things sorted out. Apologies for that...

  23. #24373
    In the meantime I can help with another toy-like "almost seen here"
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  24. #24374
    Has that "squashed" look, must be one of the Eshelman EF-100's.

  25. #24375
    "Eshelman Winglet" according to my source
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    gX

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