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    A stab in the dark....maybe a latvian LKOD?
    Carson
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    Yes Kiwimac it is the world famous double-decker (biplane) Polikarpov U-2 and in this case as you rightly say the SP version.
    Sorry Gumalangi I think credit goes to Kiwimac as the exact denomination...
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    Dear Sir,
    what about trying to solve this enigmatic aircraft (not that much!)
    Cheers and good luck
    Carson
    http://img577.imageshack.us/img577/7389/misterorusso.jpg Uploaded with ImageShack.us
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    I think it is a General Aviation Clark GA-43 of 1932 (one of these models was handed over to the republicans during the spanish civil war)
    Cheers
    Carson
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    Congratulations Wingsofwrath it wasn't easy!
    Maybe other forumexes ( I admit, a horrible neologism!) might find it amusing to know that this "big and stupid" aircraft wasn't scrapped after her...
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    Good afternoon!
    May I challenge your aviatory wisdom with the following big and "stupid" aircraft?
    Good luck
    Carson Uploaded with ImageShack.us

    P.S. Just click on the blue code to view item....
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    Re: WW2 aircraft

    Dear Kiwimac
    good to hear from you again!
    Your pic is:
    Halton HAC-3 "Meteor". This flying wing although 90% completed never flew (1929 - UK ).
    Cheers
    Carson
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    What else can I say wingsofwrath? it is indeed the Hispano Aviacion HA43/B(the 1950 version with Armstrong-Siddeley Cheetah engine amd retractable landing gear).
    Your turn
    Cheers
    Carson
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    http://img850.imageshack.us/img850/756/belloeclassico.jpg Uploaded with ImageShack.us

    I'm having problems with Imageshack however I hope you will enjoy this search if the image gets through!...
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    In spite of US colours I would say Mitsubishi Ki83 a very fast heavy fighter of 1944 (maximum speed 704 Kmh) of which only 4 items were produced
    Cheers Carson
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    Could the Miles M18 (with a tricicle landing gear and double tail) be the origin of your nightmarish aircraft?
    Carson
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    Well this is really unique.... It might be british built in the thirties and I have a mind it is a somewhat awkward version of a better known aircraft...I'll keep on searching....
    Carson

    PS I'm...
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    Hello Ealdwita
    Long time no hear! Yes it is:D: the pictured aircraft is a De Havilland Canada DH83C "Fox Moth" of the pakistani air force. The "C" type had an enclosed pilot cockpit whereas the DH83...
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    Hello wingsofwrath!
    Let's see if I can propose following classical biplane of the early thirties.....
    Best of luck to you;)
    Cheers
    Carson...
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    Hello my friend!
    This elegant floatplane must be a Dornier Do22 of 1935.....:D
    Cheers
    Carson
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    See, it wasn't that difficult! A Bleriot-Spad S510 indeed (first flight 1932). Wasn't it a beauty?YOUR TURN ESTEEMED WINGSOFWRSTH
    Cheers
    Carson
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    Good evening Wingsofwrath
    I'm glad I guessed correctly as I wasn't cocksure of my doings!....anyway here goes the pic of a very beautiful biplane of the early thirties (my favourite period)
    Cheers...
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    Hi Wingsofwrath andf congratulations for spotting so quickly the Hamilton H-47 (with ID number!).
    Your challenge seems to be a trifle more difficult but I'll have a go.
    Could that be a civilized...
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    Thanks very much for the link Wingsofwrath (reading portuguese is not a major problem for me, being very similar to spanish and consequently to italian).
    Now here's my next challenge (not italian...
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    My dear Wingsofwrath,
    I think I got it!:D
    CNNA HL6B "Carué" a brazilian trainer of 1944 powered by a Lycoming engine.
    BTW as we are talking about brazilian aircrafts would you have a pic of the...
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    It looks very much like an argentinian Ae C4 but I doubt it is as there're about fifty aircrafts looking much the same!:shock:
    Carson
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    Yes it is indeed a Piaggio P10...anyway I have noticed that you already proposed a new enigma....
    Carson
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    Welcome back Wingsofwrath!:)
    OK let's pick up where we left....following is my enigma....good luck!
    Carson
    Sorry it won't upload I'll try another serverhttp://i43.tinypic.com/jpfqc2.jpg
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