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    Yes Mr. Carson, you are bang on the money, this is indeed the General Aviation GA-43 (in this particular case one owned by Swissair), as also confirmed by Mr. Kiwimac.

    Your turn to post!
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    Thank you, my dear Mr Carson!

    For our next question, please allow me to introduce this interesting beastie - as usual, I've obscured the all-too-obvious registration number, since a database...
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    Slippery little devil, but I think I've found her: Kawanishi Type-12 Sakura, built in 1928 as the first Japanese long range passenger plane.
    Wouldn't have found her if it weren't for the fact that...
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    Indeed it is, My esteemed Mr. Kiwimac! And one equipped with a Pobjoy Niagara engine, no less.

    Your turn!
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    Please, allow me to present you with the next riddle:

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    Ah, what a nice find! Hispano Suiza HS-43. Even though I didn't know the aircraft, this was quite an easy search, because the Spanish Nationalist marking on the aircraft to the left of the picture...
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    Yes, that's pretty much exactly what that thing is.

    Mr. Gumalangi, you have the field!
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    All right, my esteemed colleagues, please answer this simple riddle - what is the name of this contraption?

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    Found it! We are dealing with the General Aircraft GAL.45 Owlet, a trainer variant of the GAL.42 Cygnet II!

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    I knew that cowling looked suspiciously like one built for a de Havilland Gipsy...
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    Now that is an aircraft I've never seen before in my life. This should be a fun hunt! :D
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    Indeed it is, my dear Mr. Carson! Good job on spotting it right away. Your turn!
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    Thank you, my dear Mr. Carson for such a nice enigma!

    Since I know for a fact you like interwar float planes, I hope you will enjoy identifying this speedy little machine:

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    This will probably take a while to crack, but judging by first impressions (and a handy visible roundel on the bottom wing) I'd say it's most likely French in origin.

    Later Edit: Surprisingly, a...
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    Nothing gets past you, does it Mr. Carson?
    You, are, of course, 100% correct, this is indeed the first prototype of the IMAM Ro.37, equipped with a 560 hp Fiat A.30 engine rather than the 600 hp...
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    heh. You're out of luck on this one, I know the actual aircraft in the picture, not only the type. It's the Hamilton Metalplane H-47 registration number NC-879H, the sole survivor of this type of...
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    Excellent, you got it!

    Unfortunately, the only image of the "Companhia Nacional de Navegação Aérea" HL8 I know of can be found on this site (in Portuguese) in the second to last picture:...
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    My dear Mr Carson, let me tell you that you are very close indeed. You are certainly looking on the right continent, it's just the country that you've got wrong so far. Keep searching!
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    Well, since you're so keen to give it a go, here is the new enigma- I took some liberties with the picture, mainly to erase a very prominent aircraft registration number which would have given it...
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    Errr... It's a bit of a tough one, I can't identify it right of the bat, so I'll just nip round to the ol' internet for a spot of research.

    Later Edit: Ha, found it, Piaggio P10, a 1932 three seat...
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    I apologize for my extended leave from this site which caused the several month hiatus of this thread.
    That being said, you are absolutely correct, my dear Mr. Carson, that is indeed the Vega...
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