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Thread: The Ongoing Mystery Aircraft Thread Part Deux.

  1. #23626
    Looks like a captured Albatros D.III.

  2. #23627
    It is ! Captured by the Dutch in 1917 - over to you !

  3. #23628
    Thanks. Let's stay with biplanes.
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  5. #23630
    The shortest possible answer

    It is the Canadian Vickers Vigil.

    Over to Chris. :icon29;

  6. #23631
    I think this is a model but I did find a picture of it looks exactly the same.

    Chris
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  7. #23632
    Heaven knows you'll be miserable if you don't get this .....

  8. #23633
    Here's the aircraft started as one seater then mod. to 2 seats.

    Chris
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    Nice find.
    I'm miserable because I had to cheat to find it, instead of going with my hunch.
    The cowl, windshield and empennage...

    "To some the sky is the limit. To others it is home" anon.
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  10. #23635
    This is another in aero files but no picture of it.

    Chris

  11. #23636
    .......... could have been designed by this charming man .........

  12. #23637
    Bravo, what clever clues!

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    Put the rest out of their misery

    "To some the sky is the limit. To others it is home" anon.
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  14. #23639
    Quote Originally Posted by srgalahad View Post
    Put the rest out of their misery
    OK - it's the Morrissey Bravo .....

  15. #23640
    That's the one take off with a new one

    Chris

  16. #23641
    Quote Originally Posted by pomme homme View Post
    Bravo, what clever clues!
    I think pomme homme got there first .....

  17. #23642
    Quote Originally Posted by Sopwith Chameleon View Post
    I think pomme homme got there first .....
    Absolutely not, Jim. It was quite clear to me, from your two prior posts, that you knew exactly what it was - as did srgalahad. So the floor is all yours!

  18. #23643
    Thanks ! - on with this lightweight Number ......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sopwith Chameleon View Post
    OK - it's the Morrissey Bravo .....
    The Morrissey is at home here: https://antiqueairfieldia27.com/

    Photo in the museum, although it's currently shown as "not on display": https://www.airport-data.com/aircraf...000377156.html

    Interesting to note that there were two registrations listed at different times (N124BM and N37HM) as it developed http://vg21squadron.com/various_vargas.htm

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  21. #23646
    That's the one - over to you ......

  22. #23647
    I couldn't find this one is search but possible been here before.

    Chris
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  23. #23648
    Difficult to make out what's going on there with struts/windows on the upper fuselage.

    They also appear to be using a sealion as a wheel chock.......fellow in the shirt and tie is about to investgate and run straight into the prop...

  24. #23649
    Perhaps the Sealion has stolen his toupe - Atlantic/Focker model 13

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