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  • RJP
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    Embraer 170?

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    Richard

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  • AJ
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    Thanks!

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  • RJP
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    Originally posted by AJ View Post
    Boeing B-40?
    Over to you

    Not 100% sure if they were using the 'B' in the model numbers at that stage but even if not, close enough!!

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    RJP

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  • AJ
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    Originally posted by RJP View Post
    In that case what about this one;

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    RJP
    Boeing B-40?

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  • RJP
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    Originally posted by BoeingKing77 View Post
    1:is it a boeing plane?
    2:a 20s to the 30s plane?
    Yes.

    Originally posted by BoeingKing77 View Post
    Wild quess,Ford TriMotor?
    Nope, sorry.

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  • BoeingKing77
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    Wild quess,Ford TriMotor?

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  • BoeingKing77
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    God.....I know this plane but I forget the name.Let me ask a few Qs so I can remember its name.1:is it a boeing plane?
    2:a 20s to the 30s plane?

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  • RJP
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    Originally posted by AJ View Post
    I declare Chasen a naughty poster for not following through.

    I declare the floor open.....first to post wins!
    In that case what about this one;

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  • AJ
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    Originally posted by RJP View Post
    Maybe a moderator could declare that the floor is open for anyone to post a picture?

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    AAO
    I declare Chasen a naughty poster for not following through.

    I declare the floor open.....first to post wins!

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  • RJP
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    Maybe a moderator could declare that the floor is open for anyone to post a picture?

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    AAO

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  • BoeingKing77
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    Chasen,do you have one for us?If u don't tell us so we don't just sit here.

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  • RJP
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    Originally posted by Crunk415balla View Post
    Vc-10?
    Originally posted by RJP View Post
    Yep! Over to you.
    Do you have one for us Chasen?

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  • RJP
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    Originally posted by Crunk415balla View Post
    Vc-10?
    Yep! Over to you.

    For anyone who didn't understand the clues;

    Originally posted by RJP
    Those levers have a connection to the Irish Sea.....
    The throttle levers are connected to Rolls Royce Conway engines. Rolls Royce name engines after rivers. The Conway is in North Wales and is connected to the Irish Sea.

    Originally posted by RJP
    not all examples had the number of levers shown in the picture at all times.
    The VC-10 was used as the test-bed for the RB-211 and was flown in a 3-engined config, the 2 Conways on one side & the other two replaced by a single RB-211.

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  • Crunk415balla
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    Vc-10?

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  • RJP
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    Originally posted by BoeingKing77 View Post
    Is it a WW2 aircraft?
    Nope. It's currently in service.

    A further clue, which may well give it away; not all examples had the number of levers shown in the picture at all times.

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    Richard

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