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Thread: The Ongoing Mystery Aircraft Thread Part Deux.

  1. #20251
    Close enough it's the C-5 which aerofiles doesn't have a pix of. Over to you.

    Chris

  2. #20252
    an ugly bug..
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  3. #20253
    From Montana, the National Bluebird S-1.

  4. #20254
    Indeed it is.....

  5. #20255
    I wish we had a Flight Sim model of this one!


  6. #20256
    The Blériot 195/6
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    gX

  7. #20257
    It is the Bleer-e-oh. This version did not fly very well so it never got to deliver mail!


  8. #20258
    On with this:
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    gX

  9. #20259
    That is the Eshelman FW-5, Uli.

  10. #20260
    Mr. Eshelman eventually moved away from aircraft with other not so successful endeavors.


  11. #20261
    Great!

    Over to Robert
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    gX

  12. #20262
    Floater time again.
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  13. #20263
    A floater, just when I'm heading off on vacation ! See you fellows in a week or so....

  14. #20264
    Enjoy your vacation, Mike!

  15. #20265
    This biplane is from a well known manufacturer that is still existant as a part of another company.

  16. #20266

  17. #20267
    Close enough to me, not the TT but the Martin S with Hall-Scott engine.
    I think the radiators make the difference ?

    Over to Chris.

  18. #20268
    The tail looks like a "T" version. The only pix I have of a "S" shows different tail.

    This I don't know much about not even sure it flew looks like it's ready too. Has a generic name.

    Chris
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  19. #20269

  20. #20270
    No takers. It's the Hollandsche Vliegtuigenfabriek AVIA the only info I found is in Wiki.
    Desgined by German Bruno Jablonski
    Open House

    Chris

  21. #20271
    Quote Originally Posted by cthornburg View Post
    Hollandsche Vliegtuigenfabriek
    Say that with a mouth full of crackers.




    Moving along with a new one-


  22. #20272
    The Grumman XF4F-3 in 1939 which was written off in a fatal accident on 16 December 1940.
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    gX

  23. #20273
    You got it Uli.

    Over to Germany-

  24. #20274
    Sorry for the delay, I had to search for a new mystery.

    Here it comes, enjoy!
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    gX

  25. #20275
    That is the Utva/Cijan Troika, Uli.

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