Sorry for abusing the title of 2H4/Jason's quiz game but I am much impressed by its participants' ability to recognize aircraft from pictures of obscure parts, and I'm hoping you could help out with an old aircraft, part of a monument I stumbled upon in Bukittinggi, Sumatra three years ago, and that nobody has been able to identify so far:
Photo © Peter de Jong
It's portraying an Avro Anson, and when I was there I didn't really doubt that it was - I certainly thought it was a genuine WW II era aircraft with fake engines. The fuselage seems too deep for an Anson, though, except for a late model metal fuselage Anson, and the wingtips are odd. Other people have said it seemed to be a smaller aircraft, perhaps a Piper light twin, disguised as an Anson, or even a complete fake with no original aircraft parts. However, based on Google Earth I think the fuselage is about 12 metres long, which is about right for an Anson, and I don't think a complete fake would have static dischargers. So my personal guess is a poorly restored Anson wreck, but I'm very curious what your trained eyes may be seeing.