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MReyn24050 14th Feb 2011 10:51

No, Graeme, this was not a kitplane.

evansb 15th Feb 2011 12:25

Kari-Keen Coupe ?

MReyn24050 15th Feb 2011 12:52

:ok: That is the one Bri. The Kari-Keen 90 Sioux Coupe, the subject of a recent Aviaquiz challenge.
http://i25.photobucket.com/albums/c6...l/136_3637.jpg

You have control.

evansb 15th Feb 2011 13:16

Thanks Mel! Fun challenge! Here is the next "What Cockpit?":
http://i141.photobucket.com/albums/r.../WCP110215.jpg

NutherA2 15th Feb 2011 14:17

Gardan GY-80 Horizon ?

evansb 15th Feb 2011 14:22

Sorry, not the Gardan GY-80 Horizon.

Cubs2jets 16th Feb 2011 11:19

Cessna 190/195

C2j

evansb 16th Feb 2011 12:17

C2j is correct.:ok: The photo is a Cessna 190. Your control.

Cubs2jets 17th Feb 2011 10:13

Errr..one must be careful if one wishes to play. NOTE TO SELF: Be ready with a challenge!!

http://i272.photobucket.com/albums/j...g?t=1297941054

C2j

Kerling-Approsh KG 17th Feb 2011 21:40

Just a wild stab...

Miles Martinet?

Cubs2jets 18th Feb 2011 00:15

Not from the miles stable.

C2j

sycamore 18th Feb 2011 10:43

Looks a bit Hawker-ish..a Henley target-tug perhaps ?

Cubs2jets 18th Feb 2011 10:59

Not from Hawker. To my knowledge it never served in "ancilliary" roles - though I could be proven wrong. Does the shape of the instrument panel remind anyone of anything?

C2j

Kerling-Approsh KG 18th Feb 2011 17:05

So if it has machine guns, and a cable drum, but you say it didn't serve in ancilliary roles, what was its prime role, I wonder?

sycamore 18th Feb 2011 19:14

Unless it`s an HF trailing aerial system...Brit/Euro/USA ?

Cubs2jets 18th Feb 2011 22:39

I can't say for certain that it is NOT a cable drum, but can you say for sure that it IS? Could be ammo feed for the guns, couldn't it?

Some spent a lot of time tied up in formation flying.

C2j

Kitbag 19th Feb 2011 06:59

RAF squadrons in the late twenties, early thirties performed aerobatics tied together so using that as an extremely tenuous link, how about the AW Siskin?

SincoTC 19th Feb 2011 10:22

I'd go for A Hawker Fury ?

Cubs2jets 19th Feb 2011 10:23

Not an AW product, Kitbag, but your train of thought is heading in the right direction.

To move things along, it is NOT of European origin.

Apparently the site I originally downloaded the picture from some time ago has gon on the blink and this particular picture is no longer on the internet (except here, of course).

C2j

Kitbag 19th Feb 2011 11:19

Ok, now shooting in the dark, how about a Boeing F2B?

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...28_NAN4-79.jpg


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