Aircraft Identification Challenge 253

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Aircraft Identification Challenge 253

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Hopefully an interesting one to round off the year and we haven't had one for a while after all.

no jumping in 'Sabre' give the others a chance

Merry Xmas

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Re: Aircraft Identification Challenge 253

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Early model of Thunderbird 2?

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Re: Aircraft Identification Challenge 253

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LOL, I see where you're going with that James, but alas no.

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Re: Aircraft Identification Challenge 253

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I'll go out on a limb and say it's American for starters .................
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Re: Aircraft Identification Challenge 253

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And you would be correct John

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Re: Aircraft Identification Challenge 253

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Curtis C46 Commando
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Re: Aircraft Identification Challenge 253

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It's bit like Santa's slay, it needs a tow!!

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Re: Aircraft Identification Challenge 253

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C'mon chaps, cliff (curse him) got it straight away. It's not a C-46 but it is American, but wasn't a success. Cliff has given a big clue though in his response

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Re: Aircraft Identification Challenge 253

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CG10 - A
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Re: Aircraft Identification Challenge 253

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He's right!

It's actually a Laister-Kauffman XCG-10A glider

Info here: http://www.daveswarbirds.com/usplanes/a ... xcg-10.htm

Happy New Year to you all

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