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  • avion ancien
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    You are very close, Lightning Mate, but for reasons that I will mention subsequently, I don't feel that you are close enough to give you this one.

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    • Lightning Mate
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      Possibly the Mauboussin M.202 then?

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      • avion ancien
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        Yes, that's the one - latterly F-PAOI.

        I declined your first response, Lightning Mate, because the M.202 was a pure Mauboissin design that did not fly until 1941, some nine years after Louis Peyret and Pierre Mauboussin dissolved their partnership, and was powered by a much less powerful Rgnier engine than was the M.201.

        Now the mystery. Simples - where is it now? F-PAOI survived the war and was flying, albeit re-engined, at the time of the RSA National Rassemblement in 1986. It is still on the French civil register and has been registered to the Aro Club de la Valle du Thrain, at Mouy in Picardie, since 1991. But I do not believe that it has been seen - certainly not flying - for a long time and no-one seems to know where it now is. Do any of you?

        Anyhow, over to you, Lightning Mate, for the next instalment.

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        • Lightning Mate
          Rank 3 Registered User

          Thank you aa.

          Photobucket is not functioning, so OH.

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          • wilkofife
            Rank 5 Registered User

            My Photobucket is fine.....

            Anyway, here's a nice floater..
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            • Lightning Mate
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              'artnoon wk.

              That, if I remember correctly, was posted on SC last summer.

              It's a foreign sesquiplane spelled differently - now looking....

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              • Lightning Mate
                Rank 3 Registered User

                There was also a landplane version of this Mexican Sesquiplano E.

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                • wilkofife
                  Rank 5 Registered User

                  TNCA Azcarate E-1, indeed. Sorry if it was a duplicate (SC ?)

                  Over to you, LM

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                  • Lightning Mate
                    Rank 3 Registered User

                    No need to apologise - I don't think it's a repeat on this thread.

                    SC = Silhouette Challenge on PPRuNe.

                    New balls referee...

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                    • avion ancien
                      Rank 5 Registered User

                      Guillemin JG.40?

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                      • Lightning Mate
                        Rank 3 Registered User

                        Good shooting aa.

                        The floor is all yours.

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                        • BlueRobin
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                          Due to performance issues with larger threads, I will close this one and carry forward onto a new thread. Please continue on that one.

                          http://forum.keypublishing.com/showthread.php?t=121476

                          Cheers
                          BlueRobin
                          See how they wheel, bank and glide? Perfect. All in one.

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