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  1. #21376
    F.B.A. 290, Uli.

  2. #21377
    Mike, this is another testimony of your expertise in the floater theme. According to Aviafrance you are correct. Nevertheless, l’Aeronautique has published this under the type number 271 in 1931. We know that’s France
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  3. #21378
    Thank you, Uli, for the compliment -but I've never claimed to be an authority on flying boats - I just love them !
    The reason I pounced on this one is that I immediately recognised it from my treasured 1931 Jane's. Jane's are not immune to mistakes either - but in this case I think they are right !
    A far as I can determine, the 270 and 271 were earlier efforts, with open cockpits for a crew of 2. There is a photo on the Russian Airwar site http://airwar.ru/enc/flyboat/fba270.html
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  4. #21379
    Woops ! Forgot to post a new one.
    This had relatives posted here not so long ago, but looks a bit different....
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  5. #21380
    Hmmm, thought someone might have got this one, especially Walter (it has one of his engines).

    It is European, with automotive connections. Now surely ?

  6. #21381
    ASJA L1 Viking from
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  7. #21382
    Yes, the radial-engined Viking. Over to the Schwarzwald...

  8. #21383
    On with a loudmouth, for some change
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    Hi giruXX
    The Nord N-2200?

  10. #21385
    not necessarily from your chicken yard, but correct, Wout
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    Now try these three
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    Prior to building this 4-seater, Mr...... made a biplane often described as a Jungmeister replica and that biplane is still around.

  13. #21388
    Elmendorf MyLane N41WD?

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    Hi pomme homme
    Indeed the Model 1002 by Leonard C. Elmendorf. Built by using parts/components of 2 salvaged Cessna 182 Skylane aircraft and apparently nicknamed Myline by the builder.
    Your turn, please

  15. #21390
    Thank you, Walter. Now here's something whose origins are a few decades earlier than Len Elmendorf's home brewed Skylane.


  16. #21391
    That looks to me like a Piel Super Emeraude.

  17. #21392
    It's not a Super Emeraude, Robert, as you'll see if you contrast the tails, but it is recorded that the design was inspired by Piel's Emeraude. However there is one image of this aeroplane on the net wrongly captioned as a Super Emeraude and, to add insult to injury, attributing the wrong registration to it!

  18. #21393
    Ah, I see, Mike.
    In this case it should be the Denize RD-105 F-PRDU.

    I had found a photo at Jetphotos of probably the same aircraft where it was captioned as Super Emeraude.
    However, I didn't notice that the registration wasn't given correctly there.

    So I had to google for the registration that was clearly visible under the wing and there it was

  19. #21394
    Indeed, Robert. It is the Denize Raid Driver - although your early identification has deprived me of the opportunity to offer a clue suggesting a connection with the person at the wheel of the getaway car used for smash'n'grab crimes! Ah well, I'll take it on the chin. Over to Germany.

  20. #21395
    Thanks, Mike, but where's my beer, it's hot over here.

    Here is a neat looking tri-motor for your entertainment.
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  21. #21396
    Your order, sir

  22. #21397
    Hard to resist a trimotor. This is the one and only Hodkinson HT-1.

  23. #21398
    The one and only Hodkinson HT-1, here seen in Guatemala.

    Over to Texas with a cold refreshment.

  24. #21399
    I need a cold drink. We are are on an endless treadmill of 97-100F days.


  25. #21400
    The Lascurain Sport, methinks
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