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6th Dec 2019, 23:02
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Posted By MReyn24050

Here is the next:- ...

Here is the next:-
https://cimg4.ibsrv.net/gimg/pprune.org-vbulletin/700x240/pprune23_60691bfe6c098960dd94ba8d64bf650ed7b0e3a0.jpg
6th Dec 2019, 19:06
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Posted By MReyn24050

Thanks for that.. As I understand it, Charles...

Thanks for that..
As I understand it, Charles Herbert Lowe-Wylde's BAC VII two-seater was developed into the BAC VII Mk. 2 and during the summer of 1932, C H Lowe-Wylde converted two of these into...
6th Dec 2019, 10:43
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Posted By MReyn24050

Looks Frehch because it is French bur not from...

Looks Frehch because it is French bur not from Potez.
5th Dec 2019, 19:03
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Views: 46,601
Posted By MReyn24050

Is this the Lowe-Wylde Planette?

Is this the Lowe-Wylde Planette?
5th Dec 2019, 11:12
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Posted By MReyn24050

You have it sablatnic it is the Sage Type 3. ...

You have it sablatnic it is the Sage Type 3.

Frederick Sage & Company was a British shop fitting company based in London with an extensive practice in Europe, South Africa, and South America....
5th Dec 2019, 10:46
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Posted By MReyn24050

This aircraft's not from the UK either.

This aircraft's not from the UK either.
4th Dec 2019, 22:58
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Posted By MReyn24050

This aircraft was not from the USA.

This aircraft was not from the USA.
4th Dec 2019, 21:06
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Posted By MReyn24050

Thumbs up A lot of useful information there longer ron.

A lot of useful information there longer ron.
4th Dec 2019, 21:03
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Views: 46,601
Posted By MReyn24050

Not the Sopwith B1. Freon the information I have...

Not the Sopwith B1. Freon the information I have it was powered by a 75 h.p. RR Hawk.
4th Dec 2019, 21:01
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Posted By MReyn24050

I believe it was the first i.e. the prototype.

I believe it was the first i.e. the prototype.
4th Dec 2019, 19:19
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Posted By MReyn24050

You may well be right. However, this Company went...

You may well be right. However, this Company went on to produce a float-plane whose air-frame differed very little from this type.and many components were identical. The engine however was different...
4th Dec 2019, 12:53
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Posted By MReyn24050

Not the Avro 504. However, this aircraft was...

Not the Avro 504. However, this aircraft was built to meet a contract to produce an aircraft that had a more robust construction than the Avro 504.
4th Dec 2019, 10:57
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Posted By MReyn24050

No the engine in this aircraft was a Rolls-Royce...

No the engine in this aircraft was a Rolls-Royce Hawk.
4th Dec 2019, 00:42
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Posted By MReyn24050

Thanks Simon great challenge. Here is the next...

Thanks Simon great challenge. Here is the next one:-

https://cimg5.ibsrv.net/gimg/pprune.org-vbulletin/700x514/pprune18_73768f6cd2d1a0e4685412a215af42ef10a62fb9.jpg
3rd Dec 2019, 16:19
Replies: 467
Views: 46,601
Posted By MReyn24050

Not the Fairey N.10. The reason the aircraft did...

Not the Fairey N.10. The reason the aircraft did not go into production was because it's general handling had not got the requisite qualities required for the purpose it was built. As the Machine was...
3rd Dec 2019, 15:41
Replies: 467
Views: 46,601
Posted By MReyn24050

Not the Wright 840 Admiralty. Only two were...

Not the Wright 840 Admiralty. Only two were built. The Company that built this aircraft did have a connection with the Admiralty.
3rd Dec 2019, 13:49
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Posted By MReyn24050

Not American, it was British.

Not American, it was British.
3rd Dec 2019, 12:25
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Posted By MReyn24050

Aeronca 11 AC Chief perhaps, it is certainly an...

Aeronca 11 AC Chief perhaps, it is certainly an Aeronca aircraft I am sure.
2nd Dec 2019, 13:43
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Views: 46,601
Posted By MReyn24050

This one was not French, Riwever it was built...

This one was not French, Riwever it was built towards the end of WW1.
2nd Dec 2019, 11:22
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Views: 46,601
Posted By MReyn24050

Here is the next one. Somewhat older than the...

Here is the next one. Somewhat older than the Culver Dart:-
https://cimg8.ibsrv.net/gimg/pprune.org-vbulletin/700x361/pprune20_47f3b7bce9c703e469666e94eba970552b78e200.jpg
1st Dec 2019, 15:35
Replies: 467
Views: 46,601
Posted By MReyn24050

Culver Dart by any chance?

Culver Dart by any chance?
30th Nov 2019, 14:27
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Views: 46,601
Posted By MReyn24050

Bit more information on the Aero Commander 100:- ...

Bit more information on the Aero Commander 100:-

Volaircraft Inc developed the Volaire 10. This aircraft was an all-metal high-wing aircraft with a cabin somewhat similar to that of later Cessna...
30th Nov 2019, 13:13
Replies: 467
Views: 46,601
Posted By MReyn24050

Not sure of the total numbers built but Wiki...

Not sure of the total numbers built but Wiki gives further details of the aircraft:-

"The Aero Commander 100, various models of which were known as the Darter Commander and Lark Commander was a US...
30th Nov 2019, 10:53
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Views: 46,601
Posted By MReyn24050

Aero Commander 100 by any chance?

Aero Commander 100 by any chance?
26th Nov 2019, 22:41
Replies: 1,205
Views: 129,602
Posted By MReyn24050

The image was a screenshot from the Youtube video...

The image was a screenshot from the Youtube video Ford Flivver 3218 (1928) which is a Pathe News film entitled "The Flying Flivver Lands in Washington
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