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Thread: The Ongoing Mystery Aircraft Thread Part Deux.

  1. #21801
    Thank you Robert. Something a bit bigger...(the larger of the two!)
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  2. #21802
    A sheep in wolf's clothing!

  3. #21803
    ......with a yellow coat !
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  4. #21804
    Is anyone going to give us the answer or are we going to pussyfoot around ? I'm off to bed......

  5. #21805
    Quote Originally Posted by lefty View Post
    Is anyone going to give us the answer or are we going to pussyfoot around ? I'm off to bed......
    OK it's the Nakajima G8N Renzan captured after the war ....

    I think Moses has it

  6. #21806
    All yours Jim, I'm off to bed.

  7. #21807
    Carry on, please, Jim.....

  8. #21808
    Thanks !

    Here's a "snappy" floater ....
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  9. #21809
    I would Hazard, Jim, that this is a Vickers Viking MkIV.

  10. #21810
    Exactly so ! over to you sir ....

  11. #21811
    Thanks Jim - continuing the same theme -
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  12. #21812
    the Bartini DAR from CCCP

  13. #21813
    Yes, good spot, Uli....

  14. #21814
    next mystery:
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  15. #21815
    The Moskalev SAM -11 from the USSR ?

  16. #21816
    The SAM-11 it is!

    Enjoy a Балтика

  17. #21817

  18. #21818
    Onward with a low wing monoplane.

  19. #21819
    Is that the [Kellner-]Béchereau 23?

  20. #21820
    It is Mike. I thought you might show up and identify it.

    Over to you.

  21. #21821
    Thank you, Kevin.

    Because, many years ago, I'd used that aeroplane on another forum, I recognised it immediately - but couldn't remember its identity! Thus I had to resort to a rather protracted trawl through the 1930s avions de tourisme on the aviafrance website to provide a jog to my ailing memory.

    Perhaps we can remain in broadly the same period of time whilst moving from low wing to high wing monoplane?

  22. #21822
    Gourdou Leseurre ET1 ? But those struts look enormous....

  23. #21823
    Maybe the ambulance plane Gourdou-Leseurre GL.23 TS without (or with retouched) markings?

  24. #21824
    I'll let you gentlemen knock the finer points out of it. I have it as the 1923 Gourdou-Leseurre GL-22 fighter trainer F-AIDS (that wouldn't be a PC registration mark nowadays).

  25. #21825
    Mike (from Scotland) please go on with the next mystery, you were the first talking about Gourdou-Leseurre.

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