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

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    I have to say that I sympathise, wilkofife. I readily confess that I couldn't identify a Phantom intake splitter plate if it presented itself to me in wide screen format! However clearly there are some for whom such a task is as easy as falling off a log! But then, in all probability they'd say that a prototype Estonian triplane from the 1920s would be unreasonably obscure subject to post. But as pagen01 doesn't seem inclined to post images himself, the field is clear for others to take the thread back to where it once was. For my part, I'm just glad to see that it doesn't fall into desuetude.

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    No-one ready? OK, A straightforward one (literally).

    Laurence

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    is that one of those turbo Pilatus target tug things used by the Swiss airforce?
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    It is indeed "one of those turbo target tug things used by the Swiss airforce". Care to give it a name?
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    a C-3635 i had to look that bit up lol but recognised that very distintive nose almost straight away
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    Quote Originally Posted by pistonrob View Post
    a C-3635 i had to look that bit up lol but recognised that very distintive nose almost straight away
    you mean C.3605?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/F%2BW_C-3605

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    probably lol
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    Yes, it's the famous C3605 Schlepp, derived from the 1939 C3601 in the 1970s. Still several flying, including this one at Lausanne last year: HB-RDH/C-509
    Who get's the honours? L4x2 got the name right, so I guess it's him, but the inspiration was from pistonrob, so whoever gets in first. OK?

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    I'd say mr Piston, coz I only found it because I looked up his answer to find out what the heck it was.

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    Mr Piston it is then. Over to you
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    As it seems unrealistic to expect a new challenge from pistonrob ( !!!)
    lets get on with this one.

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    Zmaj R-1

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    How true!

    Next one from you.

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    Comper Swift?

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    Intentional spinning prohibited

    Yup

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    Ladies and gentlemen, may I offer the following for your consideration...............


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    sorry for the delay. some of us have a business to run and a family to look after dont you know lol..

    heres my effort to challenge. if i have to miss a turn then so be it?
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    I'll ignore the brown paper parcel and have a go at the real aeroplane. Is this a Schreck/F.B.A. 310 ?

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    It is indeed, wilkofife. Over to you, sir!

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    Sea King?

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    Here's another water bird.......
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    Hi Wilkofife

    the Island Aircraft X-191 Spectra of 1969 (we are getting less young!!)
    This prototype (N9168) was really an boat, no wheels.

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    That's the one ! No beers on this forum, but over to you, Wout

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    Not a homebuilt, famous designer and some sort of clou is in photo.
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    Oh Noes what have I done?


    Quote Originally Posted by wout View Post
    Not a homebuilt, famous designer and some sort of clou is in photo.
    FFV-Aerotech BA 14 Starling
    in the middle.

    I think a Saab Safir on the left and possibly a fournier RF4 on the right.

    Not sure what the Clou is apart from the glaringly obvious one.

    FWIW the Comper Swift was photographed a few years ago at Old Warden.
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    All,

    Historically, parts of aircraft have been included as well as complete aircraft. If you dont want to identify an aircraft based on a part of it, then wait until the next complete one comes up.

    I have removed the latest squabble.



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    Hi L4x2
    The BA-14 (Bjoern Andreasson 14) it is and the Safir hinted at Sweden.

    Your turn, please!

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    specially for Wilkofife


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    That's a lovely ASW22 from Schleicher. In fact it's the longer span version, the BL. Watch those wings bend! Looks like it's dumping water ballast, or perhaps the pilot has been flying too long.
    PS: apologies for pre-empting wilkofife
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