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What Cockpit? MK VI

Old 20th Jun 2010, 00:32
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It is the Rumanian AG-6, a very AgCat-like biplane. I don't know if they ever made more than the prototype. (Their website indicates they planned a turboprop version, but I suspect it never flew.)

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Old 20th Jun 2010, 00:37
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Planegill is correct The I.A.R AG-6. Well done. Your turn.
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Old 20th Jun 2010, 00:51
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New Challenge

Here is a new challange:

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Old 20th Jun 2010, 06:42
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Lovely sunny morning in the Surrey Hills, birds singing, tiny field mouse nicking seeds off the bird table......

I'll start with the Dewoitine 338. Or not..................
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Old 20th Jun 2010, 07:38
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Down here where its one day away from the shortest day of Winter, it is cold, dark and windy.
Sorry it is not from the firm of Dewoitine.
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Old 23rd Jun 2010, 17:54
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A wild guess, PZL-44 ?
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Old 24th Jun 2010, 00:44
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No, not the PZL-44. Aviate1138 was on the right track as far as Nationality goes.
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Old 24th Jun 2010, 19:02
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Aviate1138 was on the right track as far as Nationality goes
Then possibly a Farman F.180
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Old 24th Jun 2010, 22:04
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mmmmm Farman 300 maybe.......
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Old 25th Jun 2010, 04:55
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One11 is correct. It is the Farman F.180.



Over to you.
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Old 25th Jun 2010, 07:36
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Different era................

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Old 25th Jun 2010, 11:52
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Falcon 20-5?

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Old 25th Jun 2010, 16:02
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Near enough as i am going to be offline tomorrow for about a week.

Falcon , yes but add some zeros. Model 2000

All yours c2j.
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Old 26th Jun 2010, 12:12
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Heavens to Betsy! I've just seen that I was given credit for identifying the wrong plane (right manufacturer, though).

I have nothing at hand to post. Open house.

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Old 28th Jun 2010, 21:24
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Here is the next mystery cockpit:

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Old 28th Jun 2010, 22:17
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Interesting combined RPM,fuel,possibly CHT,and oil temps/pressure gauge; possibly a radial up front,but can`t read the brake pedals- Continental ?Undoubtedly from the USA ?
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Old 28th Jun 2010, 23:28
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Callair? Not the AG the cabin version.
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Old 29th Jun 2010, 00:10
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Sorry, not the Callair, but yes, it is from the U.S.A. The combined panel instrument features a large tachometer surrounded by smaller oil pressure, oil temp, fuel quantity, and amp gauges.
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Old 29th Jun 2010, 12:24
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The name on the rudder pedals might give a clue.

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Old 29th Jun 2010, 17:16
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Rudder pedals not visible on new photo. Clue: Taildragger powered by 85-hp Continental.

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