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  1. #19526
    Not the greatest pix.

    Chris
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  2. #19527
    look at the fuselage only one company I know of had fuselages like this one.

    Chris

  3. #19528
    If we think of the same company and if Flight 1922 is right, then this should be the Huff-Daland HD-9A
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    gX

  4. #19529
    I didn't even notice the railing. It looks like part of the the wing struts. When Chris mentioned the fuselage I thought how it was squared off or something.

  5. #19530
    Over to Uli right on. Anyone got pics of HD-8 or HD 22?

    Chris

  6. #19531
    The next is from another season in another country
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    gX

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  8. #19533
    Yes indeed, another Kjeller product.
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    gX

  9. #19534
    Should be a quick easy one. It's brother has been on the thread.

    Chris
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  10. #19535
    That is the Technoavia Rysachok, a Russian racehorse which seems to have stalled in the starting gate !

    Apparently designed to replace the An-2 - a hard act to follow........

  11. #19536
    Thanks for the quick reply I knew it wouldn't last long as I'm off for a long weekend in California.

    Over to you.

    Chris

  12. #19537
    Thanks Chris - the Russian colours (the blue is paler than most tricolours) set me on the right path. Do you think they gave the pilot a ladder ??

    Here's a colourless flivver waiting for a sunnier day......wonder if anyone knows what the colour was ??
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    Quote Originally Posted by lefty View Post
    Thanks Chris - the Russian colours (the blue is paler than most tricolours) set me on the right path. Do you think they gave the pilot a ladder ??

    Here's a colourless flivver waiting for a sunnier day......wonder if anyone knows what the colour was ??
    Hi boys and girls sorry for the long silence but I had some rather personal problems as of late...Could she be the "Gordon Dove" of Premier Aircraft Construction Ltd?
    Cheers
    Carlo

  14. #19539
    Hey Carlo
    Good to hear from you - hope you have chased off those problems - you are of course right about the wee Gordon ! Salute

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    Thanks Mike!
    I hope this one hasn't been published as yet….
    Cheers
    Carlo
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  16. #19541
    Hi Carlo.

    A flivver from Poland, the Zalewski WZ-XII.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fabulousfour View Post
    Hi Carlo.

    A flivver from Poland, the Zalewski WZ-XII.
    HiRobert!
    Yes she's indeed a polish flivver! Your turn please…
    Carlo

  18. #19543
    Thanks, Carlo, here we go.

    Time for a floater.
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  19. #19544
    The one and only Caspar C.29.

  20. #19545
    It is the Caspar!

    Over to Texas, please.

  21. #19546
    Thanks Robert.

    Keeping the water theme going...


  22. #19547
    Here is a closer shot of the engine. Very nice and clean engineering for it's time.



    Note the 3-bladed prop. The engine is of a distinctive type which can easily be searched, leading to this flying boat so I will hold that back.

  23. #19548
    Well it looks like a rotary pusher to me, but that hasn't helped much !

  24. #19549
    Could it be a Salmson Canton-Unné engine?

  25. #19550
    Not a Salmson Mike. This floater was custom built for a client and hails from the USA. Flown just prior to WWI.

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