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Identify This: Freestyle Edition!  
User currently offlineKPWMSpotter From United States of America, joined Dec 2006, 445 posts, RR: 2
Posted (6 years 9 months 3 weeks 4 days 14 hours ago) and read 22629 times:

With 2H4 letting the smoke clear, and taking time to collect his photos for the next round of "ID This", I'm willing to bet that a number of us here are not getting our recommended daily value of obscure aircraft, devious cropped shots, and stressful identification. That being said, I present to you...

Identify This: Freestyle Edition!


In this game, the rules are simple. This is the same old identification game that you've come to know and love, but with one twist: You get to try to trick the rest of the A.Net community with your own crazy shots or strange aircraft!


Here's a few quick guidelines I'd like to lay down though, so this thread doesn't get too unwieldy...

  • Guesses will be posted in this thread. No need to go through PMs or Email, since this is open for everyone!
  • If you have identified a photo, try to post another one to replace it, just to keep the game moving.
  • Once a photo has been identified, don't identify it again. (feel good that you know it...but keeping duplicate posts down can eliminate clutter!)
  • If you have multiple photos you would like to contribute, don't post them all at once...let everyone have some time to mull the first one over before you stump them again!
  • If you have added a photo, it's always good to post a correct answer once it has been identified (or if everyone's stumped, don't be cruel about it, let us know what it is )

Finally,

  • Everyone is welcome to contribute! Post pictures, give guesses about others! The whole point here is for everyone to have fun, and maybe learn a thing or two along the way!


So, I suppose I'll start it off. A relatively easy shot compared to those of 2H4, but it's a start.




Good luck, and have fun!

[Edited 2007-11-27 14:49:48]


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User currently offlineScooter01 From Norway, joined Nov 2006, 1204 posts, RR: 8
Reply 1, posted (6 years 9 months 3 weeks 4 days 14 hours ago) and read 22633 times:
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Looks like a Boeing 707 300-series.....  smile 

And now for the next one:
-there was supposed to be an image here, but since the recent changes here on A.net, I have not been able to add images...



Scooter01



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User currently offline2H4 From United States of America, joined Oct 2004, 8955 posts, RR: 60
Reply 2, posted (6 years 9 months 3 weeks 4 days 12 hours ago) and read 22616 times:
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I believe this was the photo Scooter was meaning to post:



2H4



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User currently offlineKPWMSpotter From United States of America, joined Dec 2006, 445 posts, RR: 2
Reply 3, posted (6 years 9 months 3 weeks 4 days 12 hours ago) and read 22610 times:



Quoting Scooter01 (Reply 1):
Looks like a Boeing 707 300-series..... smile

Well...close, but not quite. There's not much there to show it, but that isn't just a plain old 707...

And, since the A.Net photo uploads don't seem to be working well at the moment, for anyone that needs somewhere to put photos, I'd suggest either Photobucket or Imageshack. They're free, and work fine for this purpose if you need somewhere to stick a picture.


And, here's another quick one for everyone to take a look at. (I'll need to start digging for some hard ones tomorrow...)

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v506/Tupolev-TU144/IDTHISGENERICNAME2.jpg



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User currently offlineHangarRat From United States of America, joined Jul 2005, 633 posts, RR: 0
Reply 4, posted (6 years 9 months 3 weeks 4 days 12 hours ago) and read 22596 times:

So far, in order:

KC-135
MiG-25
P-3 Neptune

Next:

Big version: Width: 401 Height: 244 File size: 32kb


Btw, what the hell is wrong with the picture posting feature?



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User currently offlineJRadier From Netherlands, joined Sep 2004, 4695 posts, RR: 50
Reply 5, posted (6 years 9 months 3 weeks 4 days 12 hours ago) and read 22592 times:

P-3 Orion

filler
filler



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User currently offlineHangarRat From United States of America, joined Jul 2005, 633 posts, RR: 0
Reply 6, posted (6 years 9 months 3 weeks 4 days 12 hours ago) and read 22582 times:



Quoting HangarRat (Reply 4):
P-3 Neptune

I'm dumb.

Quoting JRadier (Reply 5):
P-3 Orion

Of course.



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User currently offlineScooter01 From Norway, joined Nov 2006, 1204 posts, RR: 8
Reply 7, posted (6 years 9 months 3 weeks 4 days 12 hours ago) and read 22582 times:
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Quoting 2H4 (Reply 2):
I believe this was the photo Scooter was meaning to post:

Yeah -that was it! Thanks to 2H4!

And HangarRat is correct on the worn tire pic.

Scooter01



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User currently offlineKELPkid From United States of America, joined Nov 2005, 6381 posts, RR: 3
Reply 8, posted (6 years 9 months 3 weeks 4 days 11 hours ago) and read 22571 times:



Quoting HangarRat (Reply 4):
Btw, what the hell is wrong with the picture posting feature?

I don't know, I've tried to post reports about it in "Site Related" and they have deleted the post  Sad

BTW, the pictures look just fine in Mozilla, it's only in Internet Explorer that they get reduced to the tiny 3-pixel box...  Confused



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User currently offlineFLY2HMO From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 9, posted (6 years 9 months 3 weeks 4 days 9 hours ago) and read 22539 times:

Alright, my first contribution, should be VERY easy:



User currently offlineKELPkid From United States of America, joined Nov 2005, 6381 posts, RR: 3
Reply 10, posted (6 years 9 months 3 weeks 4 days 8 hours ago) and read 22520 times:



Quoting FLY2HMO (Reply 9):
should be VERY easy:

The BUFF (AKA B-52?)  Wink



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User currently offlineFLY2HMO From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 11, posted (6 years 9 months 3 weeks 4 days 7 hours ago) and read 22497 times:



Quoting KELPkid (Reply 10):
The BUFF

But of course  yes 


User currently offlineAeroWeanie From United States of America, joined Dec 2004, 1609 posts, RR: 52
Reply 12, posted (6 years 9 months 3 weeks 4 days 6 hours ago) and read 22479 times:
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Quoting HangarRat (Reply 4):
So far, in order:

KC-135
MiG-25
P-3 Neptune

Next:

KC-135E, as it has TF33s, not J57s.

"Next" is the Piasecki PV-45 H-27 Transporter

What is this (this is the only public picture of this helicopter):


User currently offlineRwessel From United States of America, joined Jan 2007, 2351 posts, RR: 2
Reply 13, posted (6 years 9 months 3 weeks 4 days 6 hours ago) and read 22473 times:
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Quoting AeroWeanie (Reply 12):
What is this (this is the only public picture of this helicopter):

Is Robinson working on a turbine R-44?


User currently offline2H4 From United States of America, joined Oct 2004, 8955 posts, RR: 60
Reply 14, posted (6 years 9 months 3 weeks 4 days 6 hours ago) and read 22470 times:
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Quoting AeroWeanie (Reply 12):
What is this (this is the only public picture of this helicopter):

Robinson R-66!

2H4



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User currently offline2H4 From United States of America, joined Oct 2004, 8955 posts, RR: 60
Reply 15, posted (6 years 9 months 3 weeks 4 days 5 hours ago) and read 22473 times:
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Here's one:



2H4



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User currently offlineAeroWeanie From United States of America, joined Dec 2004, 1609 posts, RR: 52
Reply 16, posted (6 years 9 months 3 weeks 4 days 4 hours ago) and read 22454 times:
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Quoting 2H4 (Reply 14):
Robinson R-66!

You got it! The first picture ever, taken surreptitiously on October 30th 2007:
http://robinsonhelicopters.org/forum/gallery/322_30_10_07_6_13_35.JPG
(its actually a png file, so some browsers might not show this correctly)


User currently offlineAeroweanie From United States of America, joined Dec 2004, 1609 posts, RR: 52
Reply 17, posted (6 years 9 months 3 weeks 4 days 4 hours ago) and read 22446 times:
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How about this:


User currently offline2H4 From United States of America, joined Oct 2004, 8955 posts, RR: 60
Reply 18, posted (6 years 9 months 3 weeks 4 days 4 hours ago) and read 22434 times:
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Quoting Aeroweanie (Reply 17):
How about this:

Mitsubishi RP-1!

2H4



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User currently offlineMighluss From Spain, joined Oct 2001, 948 posts, RR: 8
Reply 19, posted (6 years 9 months 3 weeks 4 days 3 hours ago) and read 22422 times:



Quoting 2H4 (Reply 15):
Here's one:

Is possible that is a engine testbed version of an Il-76?



Miquel.
User currently offlineOly720man From United Kingdom, joined May 2004, 6725 posts, RR: 11
Reply 20, posted (6 years 9 months 3 weeks 4 days ago) and read 22386 times:



Quoting 2H4 (Reply 15):
Here's one:

Kawasaki C-1FTB

http://homepage1.nifty.com/KWAT/photo/jasdf/c-1ftb.htm




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User currently offlineMighluss From Spain, joined Oct 2001, 948 posts, RR: 8
Reply 21, posted (6 years 9 months 3 weeks 4 days ago) and read 22384 times:



Quoting Oly720man (Reply 20):
Kawasaki C-1FTB

auch!!  blockhead 



Miquel.
User currently offlineScooter01 From Norway, joined Nov 2006, 1204 posts, RR: 8
Reply 22, posted (6 years 9 months 3 weeks 4 days ago) and read 22379 times:
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Quoting 2H4 (Reply 15):
Here's one:



Quoting Mighluss (Reply 19):
Is possible that is a engine testbed version of an Il-76?

The canoe-fairings seem all wrong.

My bet is a Kawasaki C-1 with a test-version of a IHI XF-7 turbofan engine (for use on the Kawasaki P-1)
hung outside the #2 engine

Scooter01


AWW-    Oly720man beat me to it while I was looking up the info...  hissyfit 

But thanks for the birthday candle! It was because of 2H4's first "Identify this" that I signed up....

S

[Edited 2007-11-28 05:07:55]

[Edited 2007-11-28 05:14:07]


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User currently offlineHangarRat From United States of America, joined Jul 2005, 633 posts, RR: 0
Reply 23, posted (6 years 9 months 3 weeks 3 days 22 hours ago) and read 22341 times:



Quoting AeroWeanie (Reply 12):
"Next" is the Piasecki PV-45 H-27 Transporter

Wrong.

Any other guesses?



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User currently offlineAeroWeanie From United States of America, joined Dec 2004, 1609 posts, RR: 52
Reply 24, posted (6 years 9 months 3 weeks 3 days 21 hours ago) and read 22335 times:
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Quoting HangarRat (Reply 23):
Quoting AeroWeanie (Reply 12):
"Next" is the Piasecki PV-45 H-27 Transporter

Wrong.

Any other guesses?

I did this in too much of a rush. Its actually a Piasecki PV-15 H-16 Transporter. I grabbed the wrong Transporter off the list.

What is this:


25 Post contains images N231YE : Something an EAAer like me should know, but don't!
26 9VSIO : Something like a Long-EZ, maybe a turbine version?
27 Post contains images KELPkid : A cross between a Long-EZ and Luke Skywalker's X-Wing fighter, that's what
28 Post contains images FLY2HMO : Shame on you!
29 Post contains images AeroWeanie : Since my last image seems to not be identified, I'll leave it for 2H4 to use in his next quiz. Here is another one to ponder:
30 Post contains images KPWMSpotter : hmm...my first thought was "the helicopter from James Bond Goldeneye!" but that's the Eurocopter Tiger, and the two don't seem to match up. I had sim
31 Scooter01 : First I was thinking of some Italian job, but then realised the tail-rotor was mounted on the wrong side. looking a bit further i find: the Chinese Z-
32 Post contains images KPWMSpotter : Ohh...right. I should have got that. So it goes. Here's a little bit of a different angle on a common one...
33 KELPkid : Sikorsky UH-60 Blackhawk?
34 Post contains images Scooter01 : Since I'm not really into helicopters and I believe I owe you a pic, I give you this: Scooter01
35 AeroWeanie : Yes! The cockpit is a Sikorsky MH-60S Knighthawk. It has the backup gauges in a T, while the UH-60M has them stacked vertically. I'm working on the b
36 AeroWeanie : Belly shot: At first I was going to say FMA IA-35 Huanquero, but pictures show that it had a trailing link landing gear that looked much different. Th
37 EMBQA : P-3C at NHZ KC-135 at PWM
38 Post contains links and images Scooter01 : You're quite correct! Picture taken by yours truly behind the Norwegian Airforce Museum last June 19. Here's another shot of her more clothed:View La
39 Post contains images 2H4 : Ok, here's one: 2H4
40 EMBQA : I want to say it an 'old' Commander....
41 Post contains images AeroWeanie : 2H4's nose comes first, but here is another for people to ponder (a clue - its not a homebuilt!):
42 Scooter01 : Scooter thinks 2H4 is doing an Italian nose-job with the Piaggio P.166B Portofino (the civilian version without the front forward-opening nose-gear do
43 KPWMSpotter : haha, good job. Betcha' can't guess where the Seahawk cockpit shot was taken though... (it's in Maine too...but probably the last place you'd expect
44 EMBQA : I grew up in Brunswick..... that was an easy one... and flew out of PWM a few hundred times.
45 2H4 : Nice job! Now on to AeroWeanie's Skymaster/Long EZ spawn.... 2H4
46 Post contains images AeroWeanie : Just to give you all something more to ponder (and possibly a sleepless night), here is another one, an airplane that has long intriuged me:
47 2H4 : Baumann B-250 Brigadier! 2H4
48 Post contains links and images AeroWeanie : Yes! How about this:
49 Mark5388916 : I want to say OV-10 but the front end is just odd....
50 2H4 : Convair/General Dynamics Model 48 Charger! 2H4
51 Post contains images AeroWeanie : Wow - that was fast! How about this:
52 2H4 : It's an F-400 Cobra, but I've never been able to confirm who built it. I think it was General Avia, but Procaer might have also been involved. 2H4
53 Post contains images 2H4 : Here's a fun one: 2H4
54 Post contains images AeroWeanie : Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-8 Utka! Here is a really difficult one. 2H4 is disqualified on this one, as I sent him the picture a while back:
55 Post contains images AeroWeanie : Wow - I thought people were going to think it was the Jet Squalus! Well done! Anyone for this one?:
56 Post contains images AeroWeanie : Here is one for those interested in helicopters:
57 9VSIO : Looks like a UAV with a guy along for the ride!
58 AeroWeanie : It is - the guy is a safety pilot, who told me that he twice grabbed the controls and saved it when the flight control system failed. The question is
59 Post contains images AeroWeanie : Yipes! I didn't mean to bring this to a halt. Here is one that should be a little easier:
60 AirKas1 : It's probably not, but it looks a lot like a Twin Otter. I have no idea what it is.
61 Post contains links and images Scooter01 : It is the DHC STOL OTTER -probably following the single engine version. Scooter01
62 Post contains images 2H4 : Yep - Otter 3682, c/n 40. Here's another shot: Sorry....homey don't play that. 2H4
63 Post contains images AeroWeanie : Scooter01 and 2H4 got it! As to the UAV with the guy on its back, thats Doug Shane acting as safety pilot on the first Scaled Composites 226 Quiver/Ra
64 2H4 : Wow, a very rare shot of a Boeing YL-15 Scout. Nice. 2H4
65 Post contains images AeroWeanie : You got it! How about this:
66 Post contains links AeroWeanie : I'll be nice and play by the rules. Regarding #24, #54 and #55, people should look here: http://stargazer2006.online.fr/
67 2H4 : Well, it's a Sikorsky S-67, but I've never seen that tail rotor mod.... 2H4
68 Francoflier : huh...? The result of a threesome between a HA-200, a Yak-17 and a cessna 402? (Must have been a fair amount of vodka in the Jetfuel that day...)
69 Post contains links and images Scooter01 : There were most likely some chemicals involved    It's the one and only duPont DP-1 -and this is how it was supposed to work.... sorry about the fu
70 Post contains links and images Oly720man : which is a scale model of the DP-2 http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/systems/aircraft/dp-2.htm
71 Post contains images Scooter01 : So, looks like this thread is getting dominated by the usual suspects (including myself) that seem to be drawn to these "identifying-problems" like fl
72 Post contains links Oly720man : http://www.wmof.com/n3pb.htm Northrop N-3PB
73 Post contains images AirKas1 : " target=_blank>http://stargazer2006.online.fr/ #24 is a CM-44 (top pic is the one you posted) #54 is a Toyota Lima, but I can't tell if it's 1 or 2 b
74 Post contains images Scooter01 : Oly720man is the man! -and Happy Birthday to AeroWeanie! Scooter01
75 Post contains images Oly720man : OK, one from me I'll be back to check later (if the home broadband will let me)
76 Post contains images AeroWeanie : The S-67 flew with a fan-in-fin for a short while in the middle of its short life. It had a tail rotor reinstalled before it crashed fatally. Many of
77 Post contains images Scooter01 : That is an early version of Bell's Model206 -also known as the YOH-4A As we are still into "fling-wings", try this one: Scooter01
78 Post contains images AeroWeanie : 2H4 has finally given up on #41. Its the Teledyne Ryan Aeronautical 410 UAV with a safety pilot flying it. TRA could have had the GA-AASI Predator mar
79 Post contains links and images 2H4 : I can't confirm it right now, but I think it might be an IPTN CN-295. Here's one for you: 2H4
80 Post contains links and images Dufo :
81 Post contains links and images Scooter01 : That would actually be an IPTN N-250-50 Looks like an ATR with round windows and a DHC -7 tail.... View Large View MediumPhoto © Peter Vercruijs
82 AeroWeanie : Yes, #78 is the now defunct IPTN N250 Isn't #79 the Bell 206 mod done by that guy from Chile, Carlos Cardoen, who was busting US sanctions on Iraq in
83 2H4 : Might that be an Emery DC-8? I could be proven wrong, but to the best of my knowledge, the helicopter pictured has no link with Chile or the Bell 206
84 Post contains links and images Scooter01 : - not just might, it is! The two-seat tandem helicopter (#79) is the CH-14 Aguilucho made by Agusto Cicare of Argentina It's too early in the morning
85 2H4 : Vickers Viscount! 2H4
86 Post contains images 2H4 : Here's another: 2H4
87 Post contains images Sovietjet : It's somewhat easy I suppose
88 2H4 : Well, it's either a Let 145 or an Aero 145, but offhand, I don't know how to differentiate between the two. Are there any visual differences between
89 Post contains images Sovietjet : I'll give you a clue...it's neither one
90 Post contains images 2H4 : Ah, the Aero 45, then. 2H4
91 Post contains images Sovietjet : Correct...here's another one for you
92 Post contains images AeroWeanie : To be specific, #81 is either a DC-8-62 or DC-8-63. Only the long cowl 60 series aircraft had these vents. #91 is a Yak-25 #86 looks so easy, but it i
93 2H4 : Ahrens 404! 2H4[Edited 2007-12-03 22:58:41]
94 Post contains links and images Sovietjet : Damn you guys are fast...and good... But here's a bigger challenge?
95 2H4 : Yakovlev Yak-18 Max! 2H4
96 Post contains images Sovietjet : Nope that's not it that would be way too easy
97 Post contains images 2H4 : Thought I'd get lucky without having to look it up. I'll leave it for someone else. 2H4
98 Post contains links and images AeroWeanie : #94 appears to me to be a Hungarian built Yak-18 (Fürj) built by SportÃÂÂ
99 Post contains images Sovietjet : Good guess....but still not correct . The Yak-18 is visibly a bit longer, and the rudder hinge is in a different spot, like you said. The wing profile
100 Post contains images KELPkid : Ok, I'll bite on 2H4's latest devious post... Rockwell Lark Commander 100-180?
101 Post contains links and images Scooter01 : It is the Partenavia P.66C -Here's another pic: View Large View MediumPhoto © Alfredo La Marca - SpotIT Scooter01
102 2H4 : Well done, sir! 2H4
103 Post contains images KELPkid : D'oh! Wrong C-172 clone...
104 Post contains links and images Scooter01 : Thank you! I felt so happy when I solved the "Single engine tricycle-gear with apparently transparent roof and rear window" that I forgot to upload a
105 Brendows : Saab 29 Tunnan!
106 Post contains images AeroWeanie : I'm afraid so. I leafed through The Encyclopedia of Russian Aircraft today to no avail. Then, I figured it was probably built in a Eastern European c
107 P3Orion : Could it be at the Fryeburg Fair? or how about the parking lot to Len Libby's?
108 Post contains images Sovietjet : Another clue...there are two pictures of it on a.net   Around 160 were built [Edited 2007-12-05 20:10:16][Edited 2007-12-05 20:11:54]
109 Post contains images Sovietjet : It also was produced in two versions...I posted the modernized version of it before, here is base model. The main difference is the engine.
110 AeroWeanie : It turned out to be a completely new one for me: a Lazarov LAZ-7M!
111 Sovietjet : Very good. May I ask how you got to the answer?
112 2H4 : Curtiss-Wright XP-87 Blackhawk! 2H4[Edited 2007-12-05 22:56:32]
113 Post contains images 2H4 : Here's an interesting one: Let's have the full designation, though.... 2H4
114 Vzlet : It's actually been in the news several times in the last couple of months. #113: YE-5A
115 Post contains images KELPkid : Windecker YE-5 Eagle And, for those trivia buffs amongst us, the Windecker Eagle was the first all-(artifical)-composite aircraft to receive FAA cert
116 Post contains links and images AeroWeanie : I continued on my hunch that it might be an Eastern European design. This gave me a list of Bulgarian training aircraft: http://www.aeroflight.co.uk/
117 Post contains images 2H4 : I'll throw another in: 2H4
118 Post contains links and images Scooter01 : Yes! the Flying Barrel! Scooter01
119 AeroWeanie : #117 is the Northrop Tacit Blue! Any guesses on #116?
120 AeroWeanie : As no one has guessed on #116, here are some clues: the photo was not taken in the US and the airplane is the product of someone who later became a fa
121 Post contains links and images Scooter01 : That cute little thing is the Yakovlev AIR-18 Here is another QT: Scooter01
122 2H4 : Max Holste MH.1521 Broussard! 2H4
123 Brendows : Max Holste MH 1521 Broussard
124 Post contains images 2H4 : Wow! Here's another: 2H4
125 AeroWeanie : Well done!
126 Post contains links and images Scooter01 : I'll second that! Seems we are getting to a shoot-out: OK -first one to identify these two: AND Scooter01
127 Post contains images 2H4 : If you have to mix the gas and oil, I'm not interested. 2H4
128 Post contains images Scooter01 : -It's a four-stroke... Scooter01
129 Post contains images AirKas1 : First one is a Pterodactyl
130 Post contains images 2H4 : I'm not convinced. It looks like a 3 stroke at best. 2H4
131 Post contains images Brendows : Why did I have to look after the reg on that machine
132 AeroWeanie : The second #126 is a Flight Design CT-SW
133 Post contains images Scooter01 : Excellent! -and with a ROTAX 912 engine.... Now if we only could figure out the wood/fabric(?) covered fuselage with the all-metal empennage Scooter0
134 Post contains images SpeedyGonzales : Thanks for a really interesting thread! I can't hope to identify anything myself, but I thought I could at least upload a picture. I don't know how di
135 Post contains links and images Oly720man : Thanks, at long last, to 1000aircraftphotos.com http://1000aircraftphotos.com/GeneralAv/EPProspector.htm View Large View MediumPhoto © Colin Hun
136 Post contains images 2H4 : " target=_blank>http://1000aircraftphotos.com/Genera...r.htm Well done, sir! I've got many great photos on hand, but I'm hoarding them for the next r
137 Oly720man : Can't wait...... for the sleepless nights.... scouring the internet.... wishing I had more obscure plane books....
138 Post contains images AeroWeanie : Gee, I was just looking at pictures of Edgar Percival EP-9 Prospectors this weekend and it didn't occur to me that it could be 2H4's mystery airplane!
139 Post contains links and images Andz : okay what is this.... bonus points for the airline
140 SpeedyGonzales : Almost, but not quite right. Missed it by ~100m.
141 Post contains links and images Oly720man : View Large View MediumPhoto © John Farrington - FlightLineImages SSSR85005 Should have spotted the undercarriage leg wasn't between the wheels s
142 2H4 : A320? Gulf Air, perchance? 2H4
143 Post contains images 2H4 : Here's another for the mix: 2H4
144 Post contains links Oly720man : Second one is the Lockheed L-9 Orion http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lockheed_L-9_Orion
145 Andz : Half right, it is Iberia
146 Post contains images MD-90 :
147 AeroWeanie : " target=_blank>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lockhee...Orion You got it! The first one sure looks like the second one, but it is a Kharkov KhaAI-1, b
148 Post contains images Oly720man : Thanks for putting me out of my misery.... the closest I could get was the Northrop Delta 1, but there are still differences (engine cowl, fin)
149 Post contains links and images Oly720man : View Large View MediumPhoto © Brian Bartlett
150 Francoflier : Is that a Wren 460?
151 2H4 : It sure is. I think I used that shot in the first version of "Identify This". 2H4
152 Post contains images Francoflier : I see that those Identify this threads don't wear you out as much as it does us players. When I saw that thread, it took me until that pic to find th
153 Post contains images AeroWeanie : Anyone recognize these two? Tell me what they have in common...
154 Rfdramp : The first one is the Boeing Vertol YUH-61, which lost a military contract to the UH-60 Blackhawk. The second one is the Bell 409/YAH-63, which lost t
155 Post contains images AeroWeanie : Wow! 46 minutes, I'm impressed. How about this: these three aircraft all look the same, but all come from different manufacturers. Identify them:
156 Post contains images Rfdramp : The bottom one I knew was a Bell product due to the rotor setup so that was a simple Google search away. The other one had me going for a little bit.
157 Lapa_saab340 : The first is a Lisunov Li-2. Second Douglas C-47 Last is a Showa L2D
158 Post contains images AeroWeanie : You got 'em. I was thinking that the L2D might trip people up. It all boils down to the cockpit windows. Here is a chain of aircraft, some easy, some
159 2H4 : 1 - Thorp/Paulic T3-B-1 2 - Lockheed Model 33 Little Dipper 3 - Lockheed Model 34 Big Dipper 4 - Thorp Sky Scooter 5 - Fletcher FL-23 6 - Fletcher FD
160 Post contains links AeroWeanie : Less than four hours to crack this one! Its hard to stump you folks. John Thorp is one of the least known, but most prolific American designers. For
161 Post contains images 2H4 : Here's another: 2H4
162 AeroWeanie : Thats is sacrilege! A Beech 17 Staggerwing with an in-line engine!
163 Post contains images 2H4 : Correct on both counts. 2H4
164 Post contains images 3MilesToWRO : Well, maybe I'll try a question? When finished, this plane has made quite a flight, once upon a time.
165 Post contains links and images AeroWeanie : Is #164 RWD-5bis SP-AJU which Stanislaw Skarzynski flew from Warsaw to Rio de Janeiro April 27 - June 24, 1933?
166 Post contains images AeroWeanie : You've got to ask yourself, are these all the same airplane type or are they different?
167 Post contains images 3MilesToWRO : Exactly With, what's most important, Atlantic crossing from St. Louis du Senegal to Maceio (where they completly ignored him at first, seeing a guy i
168 Post contains images 3MilesToWRO : So, I'll try another one. (Is the image visible? I can't see it.) This time this airplane was coming back from a long trip when she had a little accid
169 Post contains links and images Oly720man : Top one is a Grob GF200. Still working on the other 2 which I think are different. Edit Bottom one is Mehling Cirrus http://www.airport-data.com/airc
170 AeroWeanie : Yes! Not quite - its the Cirrus Design VK-30. The middle one is the IsrAviation ST-50, designed by Cirrus Design using the VK-30 as a starting point.
171 Oly720man : Damn.... should have looked for more Cirruses.. (Cirri?)
172 Post contains images 2H4 : Ok, here's another: 2H4
173 Post contains images AeroWeanie : #172 is a Douglas C-124 Globemaster II. The drop hinge flap pivot fairings are a Douglas trademark! I believe #168 is a Potez 25. These two had a comm
174 3MilesToWRO : No, but it's French built indeed. In case image is too bad to see it, I'll add that bottom wing does not have its normal shape.
175 Post contains links and images Scooter01 : Just a WILD guess, but the second aircraft is a Bede BD-2 "Love One". The undercarriage, or maybe it is a "take-off dolly" under the futuristic* aircr
176 AeroWeanie : You got the second aircraft right, but the guy in the first picture would be spinning in his grave to be associated with Jim Bede! They share a missi
177 Post contains links and images AeroWeanie : I guess its time for me to end the suspense. The first picture in #173 is the Quickie Free Enterprise, also known as Big Bird. The mission was to fly
178 Scooter01 : Ahaa -Mojave in 1982 -that would explain the C-133s... I also looked into Quickie, as I thought the airplane close to the hangar (with the guy leaning
179 AeroWeanie : Ah! #168 is a Breguet 19 A2! To quote Wikipedia:
180 Post contains images AeroWeanie : I believe it was all-composite, as that was Quickie Aircraft's "working material". The wings aren't drooped as they aren't full of fuel. After his pa
181 Scooter01 : Oh -that looks like the Hughes XF-11 -or XR-11. Take your pick It's only 9:30pm. here. Guess I would have a nice sleep later if it wasn't for a tootha
182 KPWMSpotter : Drat! Finally one that I knew, and it was already Identified! ...perhaps sleepless nights for those who haven't seen "The Aviator" but I recognized i
183 Post contains links and images Scooter01 : OK -here's one that should be fairly easy: Scooter01
184 Rfdramp : F-4 Phantom?
185 Post contains links and images Scooter01 : Correct! The phantastic #3850 of the German Air Force Here's another shot of her: View Large View MediumPhoto © Andreas Zeitler - Flying-Wings S
186 Post contains images AeroWeanie : You got it! How about this:
187 Post contains images Scooter01 : Scooter01 reporting for duty with a Hiller 1099    Ok, here'a fun one: For this one they used "off the shelf" components from 3 different planes, -
188 Post contains images 2H4 : Here's one: 2H4
189 Scooter01 : An advanced motorized glider! -The Lockheed YO-3A Scooter01
190 2H4 : You got it! 2H4
191 Post contains images 3MilesToWRO : Yes Precisely, they cut the dangling broken part of left wing, and from equal part of the right one they torn the fabric off leaving the structure. T
192 Post contains links and images AeroWeanie : Well done! Yours is the Fischer P-75 Eagle. The tail was from an Douglas SBD Dauntless, the wings are from a Curtiss P-40 and the landing gear is fro
193 Post contains images Scooter01 : ...and Body by Fisher! Just like the plaque on the doorsill in my old '70 Sedan de Ville said Scooter01 (still working on all the pics -got 2 already
194 Post contains links and images Oly720man : 4 out of 5 for me, so far. It seems to have gone quiet with this so here's what I've got.... 1. http://www.wildfireairracing.com/ http://www.pbase.com
195 Post contains links and images AeroWeanie : Well done Oly720man! I didn't think anyone would ID the Statler Wildfire. It is a lesser known homebuilt Unlimited racer, like Dave Garber's DG-1: The
196 Post contains links and images MD-90 :
197 Aeroweanie : Piaggio P.50-I I can faintly see the fasces symbol on the fuselage under the windshield and the huge hat on the officer third from right looks very It
198 Post contains images 2H4 : Here's one: Aeroweanie's disqualified on this one, because it came from a site I sent him earlier today. 2H4
199 Scooter01 : Looks like the flightdeck of the Beechcraft Starship 2000 Scooter01
200 Post contains images Scooter01 : Happy New Year everybody! -Guess it's my turn to post a pic, so here it goes: Scooter01
201 Post contains links and images Oly720man : http://www.aviastar.org/air/italy/aermacchi_mc-72.php View Large View MediumPhoto © Nicola Maraspini
202 Scooter01 : That's right! -What took you so long? Scooter01
203 Oly720man : Working.... happens sometimes.... It only took a few minutes from seeing the picture to trawling through Schneider trophy pictures to finding this.
204 Post contains images Oly720man : Mystery plane from me. Very few pics of this online.
205 Post contains images Scooter01 : -but I found one..... The I.A.R.822 Scooter01
206 Post contains images 2H4 : I really hate pulling from the vault and sacrificing photos from future competitions, but I just can't resist: 2H4
207 Oly720man : The other photo?? Crop sprayer? Well done.
208 Post contains images Scooter01 : This must be the work of the -just check the reflection in the spinner of the shadow on the ground Scooter01
209 Post contains images DaBuzzard : Holy crap! I think I may have stumbled on 2H4's secret vault #206 is a Bucker Bu133 with an Allison turbine in the nose. Dang, now I gotta find a pict
210 Post contains images Scooter01 : The elevator trim-tabs look right..... -that's what I've been trying to do for the last day Scooter01
211 Post contains images 2H4 : Ah, but the Vault is not in any single location, DaBuzzard... To borrow from a movie: 2H4: The Vault is everywhere. It is all around us. Even now, in
212 Post contains images AeroWeanie : While you guys are looking, here is one. Both pictures are of the same aircraft. [Edited 2008-01-09 17:20:45]
213 Post contains links and images Scooter01 : Here you go: I found it here: http://sbeaver.tzo.com/bucker/archive.htm Scooter01
214 Mark5388916 : I wonder what kind of take-off roll it had?
215 AeroWeanie : This seems to have gone very quiet... #212 is the Grumman G-63 Kitten. Two were built and one still exists in the Cradle of Aviation Museum on Long Is
216 Oly720man : The sound of determined hunting..... and not finding it.
217 Post contains links and images Mighluss : may be it's not so difficult than I think, but I'll try to give you some head-ache! Here we go!
218 Post contains links SpeedyGonzales : The registration gave it away, Junkers Ju-49. http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Junkers_Ju_49
219 Post contains images Oly720man : OK, another one that only had 2 built, but then not proceeded with. To ease the pain marginally, late 1950's, european.
220 2H4 : Morane-Saulnier MS-1500 Epervier! 2H4
221 Post contains images Oly720man : Yep..... too many clues?!! OK. This is/was a real manned aircraft that could hover and fly from side to side.
222 Post contains images Scooter01 : And that is the Bensen B-12 Sky-Mat -with ten rotors, each powred by a 10hp. West Bend engine! I'd really like to see that throttle quadrant! But here
223 Post contains links Oly720man : Well found. I hope it didn't take up too much of your evening!! The top one is the first version of the Il18 that had the more famous second version.
224 Scooter01 : As I knew i had seen it earlier, it took me less than a minute to find my Jane's 1967-68 to confirm the answer. You are correct on the top one, it's
225 Oly720man : OK, I thought the "looking like this" referred to another pic, not that version II was different from the pics..... it's late, I've been ill..... So
226 Post contains images Scooter01 : That's right, it's not the Bretagne.... It's 2am, I'm calling it a night. Scooter01
227 AeroWeanie : The second one in #222 is the prototype Curtiss-Wright CW-20 Commando (NX19436). When the H-tail was changed to a single vertical fin it became the C-
228 Scooter01 : ...And AeroWeanie's got it! -Nice work! Scooter01
229 Post contains images AeroWeanie : Here's one:
230 Post contains images 2H4 : Hughes XV-9A! Here's another: 2H4
231 Post contains links and images 2H4 : Here's one I can't figure out at all: View Large View MediumPhoto © TZ Aviation If you can figure it out, post the answer here. If it checks out,
232 Post contains links and images KPWMSpotter : Thanks to the Science Channel, I just found a whole stash of aircraft that I'd never heard of! Here's a pair of them to wager some guesses at. The com
233 2H4 : Lockheed VZ-10 Hummingbird and Short SC-1! 2H4
234 Post contains links and images Scooter01 : -I'm still curious to know what this is.... Here one more to figure out: Scooter01
235 Post contains images KPWMSpotter : ...correct... I really want to find something that will stump 2H4 eventually...and I think I know where to find it... *lurks in the shadows*
236 Post contains images 2H4 : Oh, rest assured, it's not difficult. Just find something I don't care about. Like pre-WWII stuff, helicopters, single-engine Pipers, or virtually an
237 Post contains images KPWMSpotter : hehe, I think I've found one. ...as a matter of fact, I've found a good collection of aircraft that certainly fall outside of the range of expertise o
238 Post contains images 2H4 : No thanks. If it's covered with cotton and resembles a kite, homey don't play that. 2H4
239 Post contains images AeroWeanie : #234 is a Saab 90 Scandia. If it has trike gear and two round engines, its either a Martin 202/404, Convair 240/340/440, CASA C-207 Azor, Il-12, Il-14
240 Oly720man : 231 is an FFB Flamingo..... the picture details have been changed for a few days now (as has the reg). Only by checking museum inventories did that n
241 Post contains links and images Scooter01 : AeroWeanie got it!    I thing it may be time to add a new "twist" to this game    -so instead of pictures of airplanes I propose something like th
242 2H4 : Well done, sir....you've solved a database mystery! 2H4
243 Oly720man : Not guilty...... someone else seems to have found out what it was and changed the photo details.
244 2H4 : Well, perhaps they saw your answer, confirmed it, and then updated the photo information. 2H4
245 Oly720man : It was changed sometime last week. Can't remember the day, but I was checking museum lists and came back to the photo and found it had been changed.
246 Post contains links and images Scooter01 : A bit off topic, but how FAST does an update take? -Last week, don't remember which day, but it was the same day this pic was uploaded, View Large Vi
247 2H4 : It depends on a lot of things. Straightforward updates, like the addition of serial numbers or updated comments from the photographer him/herself are
248 Post contains links Brenintw : Aviation-safety also indicates the aircraft was lost 11 months before the photo is alleged to have been taken: http://aviation-safety.net/database/re
249 2H4 : Ok, the date has been corrected. Thanks for pointing it out. 2H4
250 Scooter01 : -No problem... Hint: It's NOT a Beriev Scooter01
251 Post contains images Rfdramp : I noticed that while trying to find it. This one is driving me nuts because I feel like I've actually seen it someplace, but I can't remember where.
252 Oly720man : Ah, someone else with that feeling!
253 Post contains images Scooter01 : You have probably seen similar shapes on other aircraft.... Scooter01
254 AeroWeanie : #241 - Originally, I thought "Soviet". I leafed through Gunston's "The Encylopedia of Soviet Aircraft" without finding anything. Late this afternoon,
255 Post contains links Scooter01 : Close enough! http://www.aviastar.org/air/england/supermarine_seagull.php Scooter01
256 Post contains images 2H4 : Here's one: 2H4
257 Post contains links and images Scooter01 : I guess it is time to wake up this thread again and yes, I know I spend far too much time in front of my computer, but here it is, the only four-engi
258 Post contains images DaBuzzard : Chine and mlg position says F/A18 to me.....but i would guess it can't be THAT easy.....could it?
259 Scooter01 : Nope... I'm not sure the wheel on top of the wreckage-pile has anything to do do with it.... Scooter01
260 Oly720man : F16 by the looks of it.
261 Post contains images KPWMSpotter : Well, after this long and not even a guess, I suppose I'll tell the interesting story behind this plane. If anyone was about to say a cross between a
262 Post contains links Scooter01 : That is what they claim in this forum: http://forum.keypublishing.co.uk/showthread.php?t=49720 This looks like the "HELICOSPEEDER" by Gazda... Scoote
263 Post contains images DaBuzzard : " target=_blank>http://forum.keypublishing.co.uk/sho...49720 AAAAUGH! Shoulda gone with my first instinct, looked at it too long and figured the inle
264 Post contains images Scooter01 : Looking at the other forum, you were not the only one.... Here's another, at least it didn' crash... Scooter01
265 Post contains links and images Oly720man : After a fair time of on-and-off digging...... Douglas D-558-1 Skystreak View Large View MediumPhoto © Rod Dermo
266 Scooter01 : Finally! -after almost 4 weeks..... Scooter01
267 Post contains images 2H4 : Here's one: 2H4
268 Post contains links and images Oly720man : Cessna Citation (750) X with Winglets http://www.flightglobal.com/blogs/gr...baa-winglets-give-cessnas-cit.html http://www.winglet-technology.com/pho
269 2H4 : Indeed it is! 2H4
270 Post contains images Oly720man : Ok, what's this sorry soul?
271 AeroWeanie : Beech 73 Jet Mentor N134B
272 2H4 : Beechcraft 73 Jet Mentor! 2H4
273 Mark5388916 : Wow that was close: AeroWeanie Thu Feb 28 2008 09:36:39 2H4 Thu Feb 28 2008 09:36:43 Mark
274 Post contains images Oly720man : Ok, what's this one (registration edited out)
275 DaBuzzard : I thinks I got it! Fokker F25 "Promoter" maybe?
276 Post contains links Oly720man : That's the one. http://1000aircraftphotos.com/Contributions/VanTilborg/2114.htm
277 Post contains images Oly720man : OK, another blast from the past..
278 Post contains images DaBuzzard : First thought was that it looked German.....killed an hour searching Horten, nada. Then spotted the "Raiders of the Lost Ark" flying wing.....but it w
279 Post contains images Oly720man : You always think of Germany with the early flying wings... Anyway, here's another challenge....
280 2H4 : Caproni-Vizzola C22J! My spelling might be off, though....can't look it up right now. 2H4
281 Oly720man : That's the one.... Wasn't one of yours for the next "ID this" was it??
282 Post contains images Oly720man : Another one of WW2 vintage...
283 Post contains images Scooter01 : Finally got my new computer working halfway decent after the old one had a catastrophic meltdown, and I say that's a Fairchild AT-21 Gunner And now fo
284 Post contains links and images AeroWeanie : Sikorsky S-43!
285 2H4 : Piper PA-29 Papoose! 2H4
286 Post contains images Scooter01 : Did anyone figure out # 230 yet? Scooter01
287 Z660192 : on 230: It's a Beechcraft Starship 2000A
288 Scooter01 : After we get an answer -fantastic! I always wondered about that one.... And welcome to this forum, whoever you are... I believe it's your turn to pos
289 Post contains images Aviopic : ok I'll add one. Looks a bit like the F.25(double tail boom and push prop) but isn't.
290 2H4 : Stearman-Hammond Y-1! 2H4
291 Aviopic : Yeeh.... is there anything you don't know We'll have one flying in about 5 years
292 2H4 : It took me forever to remember the name. I kept thinking Stoddard-Hamilton and Hamilton-Standard....both aircraft-related, but neither the correct an
293 Post contains images Litz : I'll add one ... - litz
294 Post contains images Alaska737 : Heres my two, both are pretty easy.
295 Post contains images Z660192 : Sorry for the late return, didn't anticipate the thread coming to life again. Just had an urgent itch to solve the #230 riddle. Here you go then:
296 Post contains links Z660192 : On 294: The red G-BRIK is a Tipsy T.66 Nipper 3: easy google search: http://www.abpic.co.uk/photo/1081919/ the second one is the undercarriage of a Gr
297 Z660192 : Yep, 294 is the N789, a Grumman Goose G21A. Nice plane. No one wants to guess the black interior? Bit fed up with landing gears so i'll skip 293 (unle
298 Post contains images Z660192 : Had a look at #293, it kinda looked stealthy to me, so after some searching: it's a F-22 Raptor. Bigger version of the black interior:
299 Z660192 : No guessers? let's add some clues then: it's a photo of a coldwar plane, only the nose section survived. Look closely to the right side of the photo
300 Post contains images Z660192 : This is the pilot's place, not the same aircraft but the same type:
301 Post contains images Litz : Correct! This beauty, fresh out of the factory, was on display at this fall's Marietta/Dobbins Air Show. Unedited picture (note the complete lack of
302 Scooter01 : I have a very strong feeling that we are dealing with the English Electric Canberra Scooter01
303 Oly720man : I think you're right. The B(I)8 version with the offset cockpit.
304 Post contains links and images Scooter01 : -Yes, the cockpit-shot seems kind of off-set, flounder-like... Then something that looks like two vertical rows on engine-instruments in the right si
305 474218 : It's a P-47D.
306 Scooter01 : ...And the ansver is correct! Now, let's get back to the idea of the OP: Good luck! Scooter01
307 Post contains images ZuluAviator994 : Enjoy! [Edited 2009-01-14 17:03:43]
308 474218 : ZuluAviator: The bottom picture is a F-1E (FJ-4) Fury.
309 Oly720man : Top one Mirage 2000 3rd one is infuriating me...
310 Scooter01 : That was the easiest one Grumman F7F Tigercat Scooter01
311 ZuluAviator994 : Correct X3, now what about the 2nd one?
312 Post contains links Z660192 : Ha, the topic is alive again! The 'blackroom' indeed a Canberra, to be exact the nose part of WH903 (EE Canberra B.2) Its the space for the navigators
313 Post contains images 2H4 : Ok, since nobody is posting a new shot, here's a fun one: 2H4
314 Z660192 : ZuluAviator994: is the strut #2 from a Spitfire or Hurricane?
315 2H4 : Whoops. I forgot there was a remaining unidentified shot. Sorry about that. 2H4
316 HaveBlue : Looks very similiar to a Piper Apache except the engine cowls don't have the 'breather' underneath... and that would be too easy of an airplane.
317 N6238P : I was thinking along the lines of that too but the gear is all wrong. I'm thinking along the lines of something like a Twin Navion but still, the gea
318 ZuluAviator994 : From A British WW2 Hornet (Sorry, Can't Recall the exact Designation, I've had a Rough Day :/ )
319 Post contains images D328 : And here is a plane I was helping restore a year ago.
320 Post contains images Scooter01 : Yeah -that was fun. Here's another picture of the MOONEY MARK 22 ...and for those of you that have nothing special planned this weekend, here's the n
321 Post contains links and images Osiris30 : Alright here's one for you folks.. (Sorry Scooter, not trying to stomp on your post, but I keep forgetting to post this picture to this thread) http:/
322 Post contains images Keesje : I had a drink with the test pilot of this one
323 Post contains links and images Oly720man : The one on the left I assume. G-MOOO being on the right. View Large View MediumPhoto © Sergey Riabsev - Russian AviaPhoto Team
324 Post contains links and images Scooter01 : I guess it comes with lifejackets.... View Large View MediumPhoto © Alexandr Zhukov - Russian AviaPhoto Team Scooter01
325 Post contains links and images Keesje : Its a frysian, many around here I visited the country site plant, talked to the test pilot, manager (2nd from the left and highly decorated 70+ russi
326 Oly720man : Nice looking plane, and presumably great if the millionaire wants to get away to where there's no runway, but lots of wet stuff. Hopefully they won't
327 Post contains images 2H4 : I think this one has yet to be identified: This particular gear design leaves the wheels exposed when retracted... 2H4
328 Z660192 : It was:
329 2H4 : Whoops, my mistake. Sorry about that. 2H4
330 Post contains images Keesje : easy one then..
331 Post contains links Z660192 : Looks Russian (civil?), especially the baby blue on the wall. 4-engined (props?), old, probably in an abandonment museum Strange to see an engineering
332 Post contains links Z660192 : The exhaust from Osiris30, post #321: - Jet engine with afterburner - Engine outlet does not stick out like in modern fighters - Looks like 60ties tec
333 Keesje : very good. W'll have to rise the bar..
334 Osiris30 : (bows) I am *amazed*. You got it! The business end of the inboard, right hand Olympus on G-BOAE.
335 Z660192 : Keesje, And the bonus question, which console photo is mirrored, yours or the one in Airliners db? Osiris30: Thanks! Not that many business-end engine
336 Post contains images Scooter01 : And it actually flew too! We also have D328's pic in post #319 Here's a hint on my ski-equipped flying boat: Good Luck! Scooter01
337 2H4 : Found it! It's the Honningstad 5A ‘Finnmark’ amphibian! 2H4
338 Post contains links and images 2H4 : ...And with that, I suppose it's my turn to post one: 2H4
339 Rwessel : Looks like a four place 150 - so Cessna 160?
340 2H4 : No, the 160 had a castoring nosewheel and wing struts that were mounted behind the cabin doors... 2H4
341 Post contains links and images Scooter01 : ...and since I'm still brewing my morning coffee, I go to Brazil and find the Neiva 592 Regente.. View Large View MediumPhoto © Allan Martins An
342 Post contains links Scooter01 : ...that was apparently the military version. The civilian version was called the Lanceiro. More info: http://www.pilotfriend.com/aircraft%20performan
343 2H4 : Good save! 2H4
344 Post contains images Z660192 : Don't think we have any more pictures left to guess, so here's an easy one:
345 Post contains links and images Oly720man : Thought I was going blind and stupid for a while. Looks like a Cessna 525 CitationJet View Large View MediumPhoto © La Roche Spotters
346 Z660192 : Yep, it is! I had no clue how difficult this one was, apparently not so easy for the blind and stupid Your turn to post a new one I believe.....
347 Post contains links and images Oly720man : Yes I thought it was a Citation of some description but just didn't get it at first. OK, here's mine culled from the internet. It never flew so wheth
348 Post contains images Z660192 : It's a Yakovlev Yak-1000 Had a strange feeling it could be russian or english, probably from around the breaking of the sound barrier. Very interestin
349 Post contains links and images Oly720man : It is indeed. Well done. From here... http://www.aviastar.org/air/russia/yak-1000.php Seen it before......but where??? It's the Miles M39B Libellula
350 Z660192 : Correct on the Miles! the new pic looks like an impregnated version of the Northrop YB-49
351 Part147 : It looks like a pregnant Baynes Bat too!
352 Oly720man : It is a flying wing.... late 1950's vintage.... designer famous for such aircraft.
353 Post contains links Part147 : Hey! This has been bugging me all day and I think its a HORTEN Iae.38 ARGENTINEAN !!! I found a couple of pictures at http://images.google.ie/imgres?i
354 Part147 : Actually, could I suggest a new thread be started up? It's takes ages to refresh this one each time?
355 Post contains links Oly720man : Close enough. It's also known as the DINFIA IA38 Naranjero, photo here.... http://1000aircraftphotos.com/Contributions/Braas/7881.htm The chance to p
356 Post contains links Part147 : This thread continues at http://www.airliners.net/aviation-forums/tech_ops/read.main/253027/
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