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  1. #22651
    This elegant aircraft seems to be a first here, too. Not a homebuilt.
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    Procaer (Frati) F15 Picchio

    "To some the sky is the limit. To others it is home" anon.
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  3. #22653
    That was fast!

    It is the Picchio.

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    Sr Frati makes beautiful airpanes so they are memorable.

    This one, not so much...not even sure it's a face a mother could love -
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  5. #22655
    The extremely tubby DFW T-28

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    You sure can tell a tubby! More beer!

    "To some the sky is the limit. To others it is home" anon.
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  7. #22657
    Thanks ! - Forward to 1951 ......
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  8. #22658
    Darren...paging Darren...


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  11. #22661
    The Sud-Oest S-30 R Bellatrix it is to Chris

  12. #22662
    Should be easy as it's motorized brothers have been here before

    Chris
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  13. #22663
    Is it one of Louis Peyret's tandem wing gliders? If so, perhaps photographed at Combegrasse in 1922 as the location doesn't look like Itford or Vauville.

    An afterthought: possibly Peyret's Nº 2 Alérion, flown by Le Petit at Biskra, Algeria, in 1923.

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  15. #22665
    just resarched the plane i answered wrongly....chris got it right but missed out calling it the "so-30 nene" theres a prop veriosn and a jet version...but i digress!

  16. #22666
    Chris got it right there were two jet versions one with the Nene and another with Atar engines. I'm not much of an engine guy. So didn't know which one Also the SO30 was calle the Bellatrix and Bretagne so which is why I stayed with SO30. The SO-30R Bellatrix was a piston engine aircraft.

    Chris

  17. #22667
    This might help (with a bit of basic French !)


  18. #22668
    Thank you, Chris. Staying with the lighter end of flight, here's a delicate little biplane.


  19. #22669
    ooh, there is a third wheel (a "three-wheeler")
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  20. #22670
    Quote Originally Posted by cthornburg View Post
    Chris got it right there were two jet versions one with the Nene and another with Atar engines. I'm not much of an engine guy. So didn't know which one Also the SO30 was calle the Bellatrix and Bretagne so which is why I stayed with SO30. The SO-30R Bellatrix was a piston engine aircraft.

    Chris
    Sud-Ouest S.O.30 Bretagne
    S.O.30R Bellatrix were two prototypes of the nosewheel undercarriage production model; One aircraft converted from S.O.30R c/n 02 for use as a testbed, powered by two Rolls-Royce Nenes.

    I believe the ATARs were mods for French Air Force cargo versions, used as auxiliaries under the wings, ala the C-123, etc.

  21. #22671
    The the co-creator of the delicate little biplane sounds rather like something that the milkman might have delivered!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pomme homme View Post
    The the co-creator of the delicate little biplane sounds rather like something that the milkman might have delivered!
    Beurre, fromage or crème?

    Besides the Anzani engine not the faintest idea.

  24. #22674
    Beurre, fromage or crème?
    Perhaps a topping of the latter.

    Putting aside the dairy clues, try looking in Belgium.

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    Cambier-Guldentops CG-2 "Camgul"
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