Moses' machine is one of those Russkis with a bewildering number of sources, designers, manufacturers, etc. I have it as the Lig-6 or LEM-3 designed by a Comrade Dormachev of the Leningrad Institute of Civil Aircraft.
It is also according to one source, a powered glider. Will someone explain to me the difference between a normal high-aspect-ratio aircraft and a powered glider, please ? (One of Wout's recent posts also called itself a powered glider). Do powered gliders always have to be towed into the air, like this one? I think not.
Here's another farmer's runabout.
You got the Injun, sir. of Cobra for you.
Thank you Sir.
I have a trimotor...
A Hise Trimotor Monoplane. Open board.
Indeed the one and only Hise A Trimotor. Well done John.
Whilst snores thunder over the U.S., and it's open house, I'll sneak in with a biplane...
I can tell when this one is revealed it's going to be one of those "DUH" moments. I've seen this bird many times, but I'll be buggered if I can pin it down. Ughh.
I woke up this morning with a clue in my head. This is another Bulgarian horror! A Dar-3 "Garvin-II" LZ-DIN.
You sussed that one out -just as DHC2Pilot was about to pounce - (or was he ?).
Not sure, but the way you Gents have been picking off everything there was no time to spare!
Here is a curious one...
Yes, a DUH moment indeed. I also have that bird as a LAZ-3-3 from 1936. Probably would have taken me another day, but Moses happily put me out of my misery.
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