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  • BoeingKing77
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    Is it a WW2 aircraft?

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  • RJP
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    Originally posted by Spad13 View Post
    Shorts Belfast?
    Not quite that literal a connection.

    In the same theme as the clue the similar levers on a Shorts Belfast have a connection with the North Sea.

    Rgds
    Richard

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  • Spad13
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    Originally posted by RJP View Post
    Time for a clue.....

    Those levers have a connection to the Irish Sea.....

    Rgds
    RJP
    Shorts Belfast?

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  • RJP
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    Time for a clue.....

    Those levers have a connection to the Irish Sea.....

    Rgds
    RJP

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  • Asmir Hamidovic
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    Originally posted by RJP View Post
    Although the first post mentions airliners would it have been a good idea to say that in the thread title (as opposed to 'Name that Aircraft'), just as a reminder for those of us who dont regularly return to the first post of a thread thats now over 2,000 posts long?

    Anyway, presume yours is a DC-9, if the thumbnail file-name is anything to go by.....

    & to return to the sequence, the next one;

    Hahaha dang i forgot the file name could be breached hahahha ohh well :P

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  • brianw999
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    RJP,

    Don't lose sight of the fact that it was Asmir who first started this thread !

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  • RJP
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    Although the first post mentions airliners would it have been a good idea to say that in the thread title (as opposed to 'Name that Aircraft'), just as a reminder for those of us who dont regularly return to the first post of a thread thats now over 2,000 posts long?

    Anyway, presume yours is a DC-9, if the thumbnail file-name is anything to go by.....

    & to return to the sequence, the next one;

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  • Asmir Hamidovic
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    When this thread was first made it was only made for civil Airliners, when did it change to old military? Can i try one? If so here it is. If not please disregard!

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  • Kjell Engkrog
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    Well done, RJP!

    You have control.

    Cheers,

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  • RJP
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    Doblhoff WNF-342

    Rgds
    RJP

    Edit: http://tanks45.tripod.com/Jets45/His...f/Doblhoff.htm
    Last edited by RJP; 2008-12-26, 18:32. Reason: Add link

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  • Kjell Engkrog
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    Sorry, neither Sikorsky nor Focke Wulf. The aircraft first flew in 1942, but it was neither American nor German. Two of the people behind it went on to work on the McDonnel XV-1 and the Fairey Rotodyne respectively after the war.

    And yes, it is a helicopter.

    Cheers,

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  • BoeingKing77
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    Sikorsky CH-54 Sky Crane?

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  • BoeingKing77
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    Yes,it does look like a Sikorsky.I just can't find the one that looks like that.Judging on the photo color,I'm guessing that the picture was taken between the 1940s and the 1960s.

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  • uy707
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    wild guesses into the winds ....

    some pre-war helo prototypes masterminded by the imaginative development engineers on the payrolls of either Focke-Wulf or Sikorsky

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  • Kjell Engkrog
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    Thanks, RJP.

    The next one is showing a little leg....



    Cheers,

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