Aircraft Identification Challenge 254

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Aircraft Identification Challenge 254

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Can't believe it's been so long since we had a challenge :)

Usual rules apply, manufacturer and model please

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Re: Aircraft Identification Challenge 254

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No takers??

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Re: Aircraft Identification Challenge 254

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Hello,

I would like to play but it is too difficult for me :(
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Re: Aircraft Identification Challenge 254

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Even Cliff is reticent with answering this one!

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Re: Aircraft Identification Challenge 254

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Is it a Petrel :?
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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Re: Aircraft Identification Challenge 254

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'fraid not Alan

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Re: Aircraft Identification Challenge 254

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It's Western European.......

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Re: Aircraft Identification Challenge 254

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I know it isn't the Dakota but each time I look at the first photo I think to it!
The answer is written below the window and we can't read it :D
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Re: Aircraft Identification Challenge 254

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I'm feeling very, very generous so here's a bit more of it :)
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Re: Aircraft Identification Challenge 254

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Caudron C440 Goeland.

Originally looking at the Siebel fh 104 due to the location of the aerial mast or whether it was an early 204 or the SNCAC version.

Nice, may have to find a kit to build!!

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