May I make this rather belated welcome back to the thread to one11
You are quite right, the rules have changed since you last were a regular and there was at times some angst over the (unwritten) rules!! I an effort to help new players, skytrain10 collated an agreed set of ""Guidelines" and these can be found on the AH&N main page as a "Sticky" under the "What Cockpit and What Aerodrome latest lists".
The basic principles and intentions remain the same, but with a dwindling numbers of players, many of whom are in far-flung parts of the world, it seemed rather silly to "Stall" the thread for many hours when an answer could easily be verified by another member and seconded by a third; in recent times, even this has relaxed a bit, so that the last stage can be replaced by an incontrovertible web link or similar. Also the silhouette only requirement has been relaxed, so that is probably more like it was when you played before!
Well done Terrence, it is indeed the Player Sport from the USA
Player Sport 1940, 65hp Continental A-65; span: 30'0" length: 19'0" v: 95/87/x. Wing modified from a Long Longster, tail from a Curtiss-Wright Junior. Fuselage was of geodetic basket-weave construction. Original motor was 50hp Dayton Ford conversion. Canopy cockpit. Still flying in the 1960s [N21778].
The Culver Cadet aka PQ8 when it became a radio controlled drone? In the extremely unlikely event that I've scored twice in two weeks after being mystified for many years, I'll have to declare OH owing to time shift.
I'm pretty certain that I have identified the challenge aircraft as one first flown n 1962!
However, and I hope you don't mind, as I have to attend an open ended family gathering this evening, I'm reluctant to declare another open house and so I will withhold my answer in the hope that someone else will be able to join the dots to provide the answer (and put up another challenge)
I'l check in when the party's over and see what's happened!