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

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    Yes, I'm still here. Just had my Pastis in the sun, so shall not be posting straight away. But soon. Not exactly the weather for Carrolls (at least the Christmas variety, although admirably suited to Christ Church Meadow).
    Laurence

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    Sooner than I thought, while I am on the subject.

    Laurence

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    Looks like the Lawrence-Lewis A1.

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    That's because it is one. I thought the link with "Laurence" and Lewis Carroll was called for.
    Over to you.
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    Snazzy paint scheme and enclosed cabin...
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    From a small outfit. Powered by a Kinner...

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    Lion A, US 1930

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    You got it RAB.

    Over to you.

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    Next one up.
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    The power plant was somewhat unconventional.

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    But the rest looks like a Travel Air. Model 3000 perhaps.

    Al

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    That hint helped. I think this is the Besler steam biplane.

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    It is the Bessler, based on the Travel Air. I guess that makes it Moze's turn.

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    Thanks. Here is a conventional motored twin...
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    Sorry for the bad photo. Here is a better look at the bomber.
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    SPCA 30M4

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    Spot on Chris. Have at it-

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    Hopefully not done before. Should be easy one.

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    Monocoach Zenith ?

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    Right On Over to You

    Chris

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    A run-of-the-mill wee monoplane, but not a homebuild, and from an unusual quarter.

    Anyway, you guys are awfully good at these..
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    Hi Mike
    I can only think of a PIK-15 Hinu from Finland and my guess is only based on the c/s of the tail.

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    Wout's 'guesses' are usually spot-on, and this is no exception. It is indeed the Finnish glider tug.

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    next challenge
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    Not sure of the official designation of this one. How about the Kharkov Omega of 1933?

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    Hi Kevin
    Close enough for me. The Omega (Omega-1) was designed by a Mr. Gratsiansky who worked (amongst others) at the Kharkov Av.Inst.
    Your turn, sir

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    Thanks Walter.

    I will try to be a bit more flexible with my selections here.
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    Reid & Sigrist Snargasher?

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    Hi AA, not a Snargasher.

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    Rey.

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