Aircraft Identification Challenge 239

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'Aircraft Identification Challenge' = AIC
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K4KittyCrew
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Aircraft Identification Challenge 239

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Ok, hope we can spark a bit more interest in this challenge.
Name of aircraft type and maker required, please
Good luck!
John

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Crikey John, you are either getting harder with your challenges, or i'm getting more out of it :shock:
There is no paralell in warfare, to such courage and determination in the face of danger, over so long a period. Such devotion, should never be forgotten.

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AlanW wrote:Crikey John, you are either getting harder with your challenges, or i'm getting more out of it :shock:
All is good Alan, you certainly haven't lost it ................. I'm thinking I've found a tricky one for you all, that's all.
Here is a bit more.
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Re: Aircraft Identification Challenge 239

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Now, that's a Potez 63.....
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Re: Aircraft Identification Challenge 239

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Congratulations Alan, you are quite correct albeit with a '0' missing from my info ........ however, with the name being correct, not to mention I think some of the other members are 'hanging out the back' while the class is in. :D
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No need for apologies John, it's a Potez 63.11 so you're both right

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Stirling Project wrote:No need for apologies John, it's a Potez 63.11 so you're both right

John L
Thank you Sire!
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