Aircraft Identification Challenge 233

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K4KittyCrew
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Aircraft Identification Challenge 233

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Right then, who can name this aircraft type and maker.
Good luck!
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Ok, I'm loving that no one has an answer as yet :lol: , so here is another piece of the puzzle.
CLUE - Now the second image may seem familiar but I can assure you that this aircraft is rare.
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Gonna stick my neck out here and go for one of the ME 209 V variants ?
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Gonna stick my neck out here and go for one of the ME 209 V variants ?
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looks 209 ish to me

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I'm afraid not gentlemen.
You need to dig a little deeper.
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Well !!! in that case, i'll go up a notch and say ME-309 ;)
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Alan, well done to you ............. you get the chocolates and it's not even Easter yet!

John L - You needed another digit!
The answer is an ME309

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K4KittyCrew wrote:Alan, well done to you ............. you get the chocolates and it's not even Easter yet!

John L - You needed another digit!
The answer is an ME309

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