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Thread: The Ongoing Mystery Aircraft Thread Part Deux.

  1. #18501
    Not really happy with the Waco diagnosis - fin shape, wings, etc don't look quite right. It's just that radiator. Where's Kevin ?

  2. #18502
    Never seen it before Mike. Haven't a clue about it.

  3. #18503
    Okay then, an open board float plane...


  4. #18504
    Could that be a Colombian Curtiss Falcon on floats?

  5. #18505
    Suds for Robert!

    Over to Germany.

  6. #18506
    Thanks, Kevin!

    It's raining cats and dogs here, so suitable to the weather here another floater.
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  7. #18507
    Can't resist any longer - Argentinian Stearman 76D-1

  8. #18508
    Nothing more to add, Mike!

    Over to Scotland.

  9. #18509
    Something a little larger..
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  10. #18510
    I'll stick my neck out - as I cannot find a photograph - but could this be the Tellier 1100?

  11. #18511
    No, Mike, this is the Tellier 1000. It is European though....
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Tellier_1000.jpg  

  12. #18512
    Yes, that's the only photo of the Tellier 1000 that I could find - and I extrapolated from that, using such data as is available, to arrive at my guess at the 1100. Oh well. Tant pis!

  13. #18513

  14. #18514
    Yes, the ill-fated Bresciani. Firing a 25mm cannon was tragically too much for the airframe -

    http://anmilugo.racine.ra.it/bresciani.htm

    Over to you, Chris

  15. #18515
    Have Fun

    Chris
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  16. #18516
    I think I might have found the answer to my mystery plane "Thomas-Morse S-1A" I think it's a Yackey Sport circa 1925-27. So the "S" might stand for Sport. They modified them with OX-5 and all upper wing panel i.e. lower wing was upper wing panels. I found pictures with various seat configurations. 1-3seats. All the pictures I've found are different. Attached is one with same type radiator.

    Chris
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Yackey1.jpg  

  17. #18517
    Think you've cracked it, Chris. But there's something very odd about that upper wing/strut arrangement !

  18. #18518
    I noticed that glad someone else saw it.

    Chris

  19. #18519
    another one from a good source of stumpers not France or anywhere around there.

    Chris

  20. #18520
    Quote Originally Posted by cthornburg View Post
    another one from a good source of stumpers
    Eastern Europe?

  21. #18521
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    Quote Originally Posted by cthornburg View Post
    another one from a good source of stumpers not France or anywhere around there.

    Chris
    Hey Chris!
    Can't see the image!
    Carlo
    P.S.unless you are referring to #18515!

  22. #18522
    Yes if was referring to current unknown. 18515.
    last clue not Europe. It was used by Constitutionalista against the gov't.

    Chris

  23. #18523
    Could that be the "Sao Paulo" from the Brazilian FPSP?

  24. #18524
    I had it as Aviao S. Paulo
    I don't know what FPSP? is. I had reference to it and these two images are all I have after many years of looking for it.
    Over to you Robert good one. If you have any more info please share.

    Chris

  25. #18525
    Hi Chris.

    Didn't know anything about that plane until today.

    FPSP is the "Forca Publica de Sao Paulo", the biplane seems to be from 1925 (sorry, my knowledge of the Portuguese language is close to nil).

    I found some links with a few more photos of that plane:

    https://www.pilotopolicial.com.br/hi...lista-parte-1/

    http://forum.plastibrasil.com/viewto...=4578&start=20

    http://forum.plastibrasil.com/viewtopic.php?t=4578

    Somebody has built a model of the "Sao Paulo" and it seems that there is a replica somewhere in a museum.

    Next mystery will follow soon.

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