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  1. #18726
    Mike has gone south for the winter with a Muniz M-9.

    Forging ahead with a watercraft.


  2. #18727
    Hi Kevin
    Your waterbaby waas made by Thomas Purcell Jr. and his Flight Dynamics Inc. The Flightsail VII (N2035).
    I understand she could be towed behind a speedboat when the C90 engine was removed.

  3. #18728
    Of course it is. Suds for Walter.

  4. #18729
    Sticking to the wet element. A floatplane
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails quiz floatplane.jpg  

  5. #18730
    A Chinese Shen Hang-1, perhaps?

    correction: Feilong-1 from the Shanghai Aircraft Factory
    Last edited by giruXX; Yesterday at 12:37. Reason: addendum
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    gX

  6. #18731
    Hi giruXX
    Sorry, but not from China.
    The photo depicts the sole floatplane prototype, but reportedly production of the land-based model was some 40.

  7. #18732
    Maybe the Yak-12GR?

  8. #18733
    Everything points to the Yak-12 except that rear fuselage profile, which is too deep ?

    Could it be the Yak-10G ?
    Last edited by lefty; Yesterday at 23:44.

  9. #18734
    Kevin was very close, but Mike nailed it. The sole Yak-10G

  10. #18735
    Thanks Walter.

    Here's a portly machine with an unusual feature -
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails tubby1.jpg  

  11. #18736
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    Hello boys and girls!

    This is definitely a Junkers J15 (or K15) of 1920...
    Cheers
    Carlo

  12. #18737
    That's the one, Carlo - over to you -

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    Quote Originally Posted by lefty View Post
    That's the one, Carlo - over to you -
    Hi Mike!
    Here are three bold gentlemen standing against a...what?
    Cheers
    Carlo
    https://imgur.com/a/DrThFwv

  14. #18739
    A Latvian Martinsyde Buzzard ADC.1?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pomme homme View Post
    A Latvian Martinsyde Buzzard ADC.1?
    Yessir that's the one. The latvians called her D-1.
    Your move is the next one but pray not a US taildragger….
    Cheers
    Carlo

  16. #18741
    Thank you, Carlo.

    Here's the next. A tail dragger - yes. US - no. I bet Walter gets this one!


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