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  1. #23226
    Hi Robert - I think that is the Latécoère 296 ?

  2. #23227
    Indeed, Mike, it is the Latécoère 296 on wheels, probably on its first flight.
    Became a floater later on.

    Over to Scotland

  3. #23228
    Thanks Robert - quite obscure that one.
    Here's a handsome floater, all spruced up but missing its nacelles. Had an interesting history too..........
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  4. #23229

  5. #23230
    One of Chris' famously minimalist answers ! The Nanok indeed - my little clue of the stout glass referred to the fact that it became the private 'air yacht' of the Honourable Arthur Guinness !

  6. #23231
    After 3.5 years on 402 will be flying Swearingen Merlin next week. Nice to have press./autopilot/heat/turbine again.

    This aircraft has had it's brothers in here before

    Chris
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  7. #23232
    Hmm, yes. The CNNA HL-6B Cauré from .

  8. #23233

  9. #23234
    Thnk you Chris
    A parasol again - with connections..
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  10. #23235
    Why did they go with the trolley wheels?

  11. #23236
    A Sparra only needed little wheels if it was the Mk. II designed to campaign for Supermarine at Lympne in 1926!

  12. #23237
    Indeed, a Supermarine that was neither a floater or a fighter - the wee Sparrow.

    Over to France, I think -

  13. #23238
    Thank you, Mike. Now here's where it all began .....


  14. #23239
    Charles De Rouge elytroplan - is it the Sigma ?

  15. #23240
    Indeed, Jim, it is the de Rougé Elytroplan 10 Sigma. Over to the States!

  16. #23241
    Thanks ! Nothing in the locker, so OH please .....

  17. #23242
    In the interest of maintaining some momentum .....


  18. #23243
    Hi Mike, the Botali-Mandelli effort of 1933 I believe.

  19. #23244
    My source has it as the 1933 Botali-Mandelli biplan léger (the one of which I couldn't find a photograph in 2015!) rather than the Effort . But as it's clear that you know this one, Kevin, over to Texas we go.

  20. #23245
    Thanks, moving on to a twin...


  21. #23246
    Is this a Tupolev of sorts ?

  22. #23247
    Not Russian Mike. Few built in the early 1930s.

  23. #23248
    Don't let the flashy paint scheme and angular nose throw you. From a well-known company.

  24. #23249
    I thought Russian at first looked there nothing. Then remembered where to look.

    Atlantic/Fokker O-27

    Chris

  25. #23250
    You got it Chris. Over to you.

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