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  1. #17026
    Hi Mike
    As so often your presumption is correct. The aircraft is named Oleg Antonov in honour of the (now) Ukrainian designer. Although at the time of birth (1985) she had the Soviet Union nationality when L.F. Matenyak completed his aircraft. Engine is a 105hp Walter Mikron-4

  2. #17027
    Thanks Walter ( a modest knowledge of what my old pal calls Acrylic Script comes in handy !)
    It's aggy time - here's a messy-looking one....
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  3. #17028
    Hi Mike
    Is this beauty related to the Polish PZL-106 Kruk?

  4. #17029
    Indeed, Walter - a modified version of the Kruk, sent for testing in the good ol' USSR. This from a Czech book, so it's an Eastern bloc mishmash !

  5. #17030
    Thank you Mike. Does she have a name/designation in Acrylic of Czech?
    My next challenge is a high wing canard cabin pusher floatplane.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wout View Post
    Thank you Mike. Does she have a name/designation in Acrylic of Czech?
    My next challenge is a high wing canard cabin pusher floatplane.
    That hits just about all the bases. Now you just need to edit the pic to make it "Moses-grainy"

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  7. #17032
    I found it as "Floatplane version of the NLA FT-300 three-seat lightplane" from China. First flight with floats in November 1994.
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  8. #17033
    Hi giruXX
    She certainly is!
    Your turn please

  9. #17034
    Another oddity of history:
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  10. #17035
    That might be the Reppert T-Aero, according to its description at aerofiles.

    Couldn't find a photo of it...

  11. #17036
    Dear Robert,

    now you have one! She is the Reppert T-Aero

    source: Jane's 1970-71
    Last edited by giruXX; April 17th, 2018 at 04:37.
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  12. #17037
    Thanks, Uli!
    Interesting and probably rather simple retracting mechanism. Wondering about the source of the photo, information about the Reppert in the WWW is close to nil...

    Here is another light plane, sorry for the grainy pic.
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  13. #17038
    Robert, here's the only available info, courtesy of Jane's...(probably shouldn't be posting this, but.....WTH !)
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  14. #17039
    Many thanks, Mike, much appreciated!

  15. #17040
    Looks like Robert has a little Farman tourer, the F-355.

  16. #17041
    You got it, Kevin, it is the Farman

    Over to Texas.

  17. #17042
    Thanks Robert.

    Here is a contemporary of the Farman. I know srgalahad will appreciate the extra grain.


  18. #17043
    This was of metal construction with an Anzani radial.

  19. #17044
    It was flown in Paris around 1927 or 1928. A one-off not found in Aviafrance.

  20. #17045
    Okay, this is the generically named Petit Avion from M.R. Vincent. It was a solid first effort but not sure if he had a hand in any designs later on.

    Thought pomme homme might be wise to this one as he likes these types usually.

    Open board then-

  21. #17046
    Apologies, Kevin. Yes, it's the sort of avionette that is right up my street and whilst I noted that you'd posted it I didn't, due to unfortunately irrestible demands on my time of late, have the opportunity to trawl Les Ailes of 1927/28 in search of an identity for it.

  22. #17047
    It looks as if with the good weather in Western Europe, everyone has gone on holiday! Anyhow, here's something which should appeal to lefty as it was flatpack by design!


  23. #17048
    My first thought was Hurel-Dubois HD.10, but that isn't her, too short wings and only a single fin to name just some of the most obvious differences.

    How about the Morane-Saulnier MS.661?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fabulousfour View Post
    My first thought was Hurel-Dubois HD.10, but that isn't her, too short wings and only a single fin to name just some of the most obvious differences.

    How about the Morane-Saulnier MS.661?
    F-WCDY?
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  25. #17050
    Morane-Saulnier MS.661 (F-WCDY) will do nicely!

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