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Thread: The Ongoing Mystery Aircraft Thread Part Deux.

  1. #19951
    How about this one?


  2. #19952
    It is in Aerofiles, and from a well known company.

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  5. #19955
    Biplane Company has been on here before

    Chris
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  6. #19956
    Struggling with this one, Chris. It looks American. Similar to Standard E-1. I am on the right track ?

  7. #19957
    It's from the land of completely confusing designations. Not in Aerofiles.

    Chris

  8. #19958
    It is the Descamps 27. New one to me.

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  10. #19960
    Thank you Chris. Now here's a twin which is interesting..
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  11. #19961
    Mike getting pushy there with an AAC 44.

  12. #19962
    Well I have it as the King's Angel, but, whatever it was, Kevin shot it down !

  13. #19963
    Thanks Mike.

    An airliner at a dusty field...


  14. #19964
    Aero A.35 methinks
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    gX

  15. #19965
    Done and done. Uli.

  16. #19966
    next should be easy
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    gX

  17. #19967
    Evidently not so easy, Uli! Oddly, it looks like a radial engined version of the Wicko Windsor - which, as the Windsor was never built, it isn't!

  18. #19968
    wrong country, sadly
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    gX

  19. #19969
    So it's probably from the good old US of A where someone's stuck a canopy on a Ryan ST?

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  21. #19971
    That’s almost exactly what I wanted to hear
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    gX

  22. #19972
    Thank you, Uli. Jets rarely feature here. Here's a little one.


  23. #19973
    Hi pomme homme
    My guess: The Rafale by Pierre Calvel.?
    But......the only photos I have seen sofar, depict her with a T-tail, so doubt is seeping in.

  24. #19974
    Sorry, Walter, that doesn't tie in with any of the information that I have on this little bird - other than the constructor's forename. If she survives today, she'll be celebrating the the big three zero. And what gave her 'omph' was a Turboméca Palas.

  25. #19975
    Hi pomme homme
    You clou on the Palas engkine helped me!. The Cavasillas CJJ-01 (CJ200?) F-WCZD
    Please see attached photo of the Calvel Rafale, reason for my doubt/hesitation/uncertainty. I never found info that the Rafale was actually flown or that a registration was issued.
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