Sorry my friends, not USA.
The first example flew in 1973 and the second one in 1976 and the country is in Europe.
It's like the Marganski/PZL M-17, but not quite.......
Sorry Mike, not the M-17 although it has a very similar configuration.
This one came from the bottom shoe box and was waiting to be posted.
PS: Geographically the M-17`s birth country is very close.
Please meet Kora.
The Kora was built by the (W) German company of Kortenbach & Rau KG.
Please S.O.H. (Simply Open House)
Now I know why I couldn't find it anywhere. It is in the SAILPLANE section of Jane's !!!!!!!
(Territory into which I rarely venture)
This one is definitely an aeroplane.....
Its the Boeing Skyfox converision of the T-33
Sorry running late ..time differnce and then SOH was down
Yep..over to you Moses
Sorry for the grainy pic. This one didn't get photographed very much...
Might be away until late afternoon tomorrow so press on Gents if you know it.
Too many giveaways there, Kevin - particularly the Handley-Page slots (and the very British house in the background)
This is the HP.32 Hamlet, G-EBNS, which also flew in twin-engine configuration.
This monster had rather more wings - and engines - in fact the first four-engined machine to fly in its land of origin.....
on the Hamlet!
The monster is the Voisin Triplan(e) of 1915.
Twin booms anyone?
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