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Thread: The New "Wot Plane" Thread (For The Rules Of The Game, See Post #1)

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    CRDA Cant Z.501

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    Spot on Chris. You have control again.

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    Company should be easy
    Version little known

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    Hi Chris
    A very long shot... the Taylorcraft Model 16 (NX40070)?

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    Right company different N number. Lost out to the L-19

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    Hi Chris
    a second shot....the Taylorcraft Model 18 (not sure if N6699N or N6678N)??

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    ....BTW. has anyone ever seen a photo of the Taylorcraft Model 16 or know where to find one?
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    Right on over to you. I was going to ask you the same. Found this pix in an old magazine then after your guess check the Taylorcraft book. Which had another pix of he aircraft. Looks like N6699N

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    This one is quite new and not from those countries which are well-known for their aerobatic toys.
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    CEA309 Mehari of Tuareg Aerobatics of Brazil
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    Hi Laurence

    The Wilhelm Tell answer.
    Developed by UFMG (Universiade Federal de Minas Gerais) and firtst flown 2009


    your playing field, Sir

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    Thanks wout. After the recent polemics about showing bits (even large bits) of wotplanes, I am chickening out and showing a whole wotplane.

    Laurence

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    Cigale? straight off the top of my head.

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    The top of your head is almost there. Just a bit more effort ....
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    Super Cigale - but, if so, John must take the honours.

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    Yes, that's it. The original Cigale of 1938 was a 2-seater, then after the war it was relaunched, and evolved through the Cigale Major to the ultimate Super Cigale with 4 seats. I don't think any survive. This one is F-BGST of which I lose track about 1965.
    OK John, avion ancien graciously offers it to you. Go ahead, or if not, then Avion. Agreed?
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    If Avion could take it, I would appreciate it.

    Cheers

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    I'm happy to oblige but it won't be until this evening.

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    This is to the Piper Cub what N600DB was to the Schleicher ASW22!

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    It's a piper super cub

    (not really)
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    Is it in fact a Bagimer? A french built Cub copy.

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    Is that how you spell "Cub" in French?

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    Cammandre?
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    Sorry, L4X2, John, Chris and Laurence, but none of your answers are correct. This is not a Cub copy. The clue - or, at least, a helpful pointer - is in the comment beneath the image posted. This one evidently started its life as a Piper Cub - and as you'll see, from the logo on the tail, its present owners treat it as a Cub - but that is not what the registration authorities consider it to be.

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    An L-4, seeing so many were left in Europe after the war?

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    I think the skylight (clear section above the cockpit) makes it a grasshopper doesn't it?

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    Forget about Piper, that is not what it is registered as - and that's the answer to this 'wot plane'!

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    Ok, Wag-Aero Sport Trainer?

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    Chris, above, remarked lightheartedly on the spelling of "Cub" in French. Then there was talk of the L-4. Here in French-speaking Switzerland, you don't often hear of the "Piper Cub" but of the "L-4" (" 'ell-quatre").
    But what the L-4 shown by Monsieur Avion is, I really don't know. To find out what it is registered as, we need to know its registration!

    I note that this one is being taxied by a solo pilot in the front seat, whereas the original L-4 was flown solo from the back seat. This suggests it has undergone the modification to have wing tanks and thus make the CofG suitable for front seat driving.
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