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Thread: The Ongoing Mystery Aircraft Thread Part Deux.

  1. #22951
    where is the gear?

  2. #22952
    I thought the pix was interesting. Not in my area of interest. So looking up info on it. Does have fixed gear and couldn't find info on the web as the website takes me to another site not on the aircraft. It's US light aircraft as far as I know.

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  3. #22953
    it’s the Quasar Lite, look here:

  4. #22954

  5. #22955
    back to an older epoch
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  6. #22956
    built for the military

  7. #22957
    powered by 80hp Hall-Scott

  8. #22958
    Time to reveal: Lawson Military Trainer 1 (MT-1)

    OH please

  9. #22959
    Uli thanks for finding another aircraft not in Aerofiles.


  10. #22960
    Ok, let's try this twin.
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  11. #22961

  12. #22962
    It is the Amiot 370 built for the race Paris - New York.

    Over to you, Kevin

  13. #22963
    Thanks Robert.

    Sorry busy with work today. I can post a new one but it will be this evening.

    If someone wants to jump in be my guest.

  14. #22964
    Sorry for the delay.

    Onward with a sporting type.

  15. #22965
    I think this is the Loving-Wayne WR-3.

  16. #22966
    And back to Robert.

  17. #22967
    Here is another two-seat monoplane.
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  18. #22968
    I am pretty sure that this is another variant of the BFW M 23 by Willy Messerschmitt

  19. #22969
    Not built by BFW or Messerschmitt, Uli.

  20. #22970
    That is an I.C.A.R. Universal from , Robert.

  21. #22971
    To be exact it is an ICAR Universal Biloc (=two-seater), the version with a Gipsy Major.
    The photo was taken in South Africa when three aircraft of this type made a long distance flight from Bucharest to Cape Town and back.

    Over to you, Mike

  22. #22972
    Those cute little side windows triggered it, Robert..

    Here's something without much in the way of windows - not difficult, but new here, I think - nice streamlining ruined by that clunky radiator !

    (someone has done the early equivalent of Photoshop to remove the barrel holding the tail up !)
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  23. #22973
    Something must have gone wrong with this model. The wing is much too low.

  24. #22974
    Ah, but it was intended to be flown inverted, Uli, so that it fitted in with the 'house' design style! It is, of course, the sole M.S.325 - with its inverted parasol wing.

  25. #22975
    Well at least they tried to get out of the rut !

    Over to Texas although I know Uli knew it..

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