Aviation Photo #0888657 Colomban MC-15 Cri Cri (Cricket) - Untitled

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Parked alongside the engine of G-BDXJ - thats some size difference!
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    Andrew Simpson
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    Colomban MC-15 Cri Cri (Cricket)
    Colomban MC-15 Cri Cri (Cricket)
    Colomban MC-15 Cri Cri (Cricket)
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    G-SHOG
    Dunsfold
    England
    United Kingdom
    June 4, 2005
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Anonymous
13 years ago
Its SO cute!
Anonymous
12 years ago
I have got the strange feeling, that somebody is following us, but I can't find him....
Anonymous
12 years ago
Hahaha, G-SHOG! So funny.
Anonymous
12 years ago
Oh my god! Its so small, really cute
Anonymous
12 years ago
If it rains, just put the little red one in the engine inlet
Anonymous
11 years ago
Those tuned pipes are insanely huge!!
Anonymous
11 years ago
I think the Colomban isn't even the size of G-BDXJ's wheel!
Anonymous
11 years ago
The G-BDXJ's engine could easily blow the little Colomban!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Haha.. looks so cute.
Anonymous
10 years ago
Big-small
Anonymous
10 years ago
Am I the only one noticing the strange looking car behing the 747??
Anonymous
10 years ago
This picture made me laugh out loud. Little and Large!
Anonymous
10 years ago
As you know we have to take care of our kids :)
Anonymous
10 years ago
That cute little plang os called a g-shog. It was originally powered by two chainsaw engines, each with nine horsepower. The final production version has a total of 30 horsepower. I'm pretty sure it can take off in only about two hundred feet;its the smallest twin engine. Does anyone know if they are still made?
Anonymous
10 years ago
Wow, if G-SHOG was any smaller he could fly right through the engine housing of G-BDXJ
Anonymous
10 years ago
That "strange car" belongs to the Fire & Rescue Service and is based upon a modified first-generation Range Rover - The RAF had a few of them at one time.
Anonymous
9 years ago
A most amazing photo! Talk about "big" and "small"! Also a most interesting size comparison. Thanks Andrew for sharing it with all of us...

Dan
LAX, California
Anonymous
9 years ago
Any idea who won this drag-race? ;)
Anonymous
8 years ago
Great shot!
Anonymous
7 years ago
The strangest thing is the car behing the 747... ;)
Anonymous
6 years ago
That's a magic picture!

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