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Thread: The Ongoing Mystery Aircraft Thread Part Deux.

  1. #20826
    Would this be Harry Jones' second effort ? He went on to Sturtevant ?

  2. #20827
    That is the one Mike.

  3. #20828
    Thank you Kevin.
    This one has appeared before, but it was a few years ago, so some of our more recent regulars may not have seen it...Walter will know I'm sure, but let's see who else can pin it down...a neat but diminutive twin -
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  4. #20829
    The Hollsmidt 222 or HT-1 in the Danish Avaition Museum
    _
    gX

  5. #20830
    Indeed, Uli. Have you visited it ?

  6. #20831
    No I didn’t but the background appeared immediately familiar (from seeing other photos)

    Here is a beautiful mystery that presumably will not survive the day.
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    gX

  7. #20832
    That long legged undercarriage style suggests something by Herberts Cukurs, perhaps a C.6 variant?

  8. #20833
    April fools day

    I suspect this is a Heinkel He 51 missing its upper wing ( and some more added/deleted details)

  9. #20834
    More „good“ guesses?
    I have seen Carlo here!
    Carlo how are you? Please use PN if you want to keep something confidential.
    _
    gX

  10. #20835
    Quote Originally Posted by pomme homme View Post
    That long legged undercarriage style suggests something by Herberts Cukurs, perhaps a C.6 variant?
    That was a good idea (as this mystery is a cuckoo) but I wouldn’t have encouraged anybody to follow it further if Robert would have stood quiet.

    Well, it’s already April 2nd in part of the world. Therefore I must give in and accept Robert’s offer as correct!
    _
    gX

  11. #20836
    Thanks, Uli.
    In fact it was the belly tank which caught my eye immediately. A very characteristic detail for the He 51 I think.
    If you had altered the tank you probably would have trapped me.

    Can you tell all the changes you did? I noticed the gear legs, the engine and of course the missing wing.

    Here is my next mystery.
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  12. #20837
    Ahh, back to the Stauning museum again - this one is the KZ-X or KZ-AOP. Unmistakeable tail....
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  13. #20838
    Nothing more to add, Mike

    Enjoy your pint and stay healthy!

  14. #20839
    Thank you Robert - yes the Boss and I have managed to avoid coming to blows, made easier because we have a big enough house and garden - how families in flats cope, I cannot imagine...

    Here, surprise surprise, is another water baby....
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  16. #20841
    Yes, Chris. Over to you...

  17. #20842
    Cabin type

    Chris
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    Hi Chris
    A prototpe from Brazil, the IPT-7 Junior by Instituto de Pesquisas Tecnológicas

  19. #20844
    That's the one. Over to you.

    Chris

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    Twin tail boomer with inverted V-tail. No, not the Avispa in a distorting mirror
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    She is European and was developed by students and a university. Is now in storage.

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    This is the Aviacom AF-129 from Poland. Developed by students of the Warsaw University of Technology. Work started 2005-2006. Engine 100hp Rotax 914. The AF-129
    was first flown in 2011. Registration SP-YWI

    Open House, please

  23. #20848
    What about this ?
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  24. #20849
    Looks like the Nene Viking to me, after transfer to the MoS.

  25. #20850
    Quote Originally Posted by pomme homme View Post
    Looks like the Nene Viking to me, after transfer to the MoS.
    That's it exactly - the Rolls Royce Test-bed - over to you !

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