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  • twagenknecht
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    I fear that I cannot embed an image in this forum...no matter which way I try, it does not seem to work...help? BTW, my pic should be a real stumpper!!

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  • twagenknecht
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    Thanks Brian...

    Well here goes:
    Here is my try:
    [IMG]http://www.pbase.com/twagenknecht/image/112214520[/IMG]

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  • brianw999
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    Easiest way to do it without using up JP storage space is to go to (for instance ) Imageshack free photostorage site,

    ..upload your picture,

    ..open the picture in Imageshack

    ..click on the image in Imageshack so that you see only the image and not the associated advertising.

    ..copy the URL

    ..paste the URL into your JP thread post with [IMG] before the URL and [/IMG] after the URL. These commands cause the image to open in the posting.

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  • twagenknecht
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    Wow...

    Thanks, I guess I got close enough! I'll have to try and dig something up...one thing though before I do...how do I embed a picture? Stupid question I know...but I really would like to know. Thanks
    T

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  • Kjell Engkrog
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    Thanks, Don.

    I`m yielding the seat to Tim Wagenknecht in recognition of the steer, besides I`ll be away for about 24 hours.

    Cheers,

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  • Dmmoore
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    Originally posted by twagenknecht View Post
    first one produced in 1945, crashed in '46 taking the pilot with it. Maybe???
    Nope. You missed it by one model and Kjell beat you to it.

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  • Dmmoore
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    Correct!

    The left seat is yours!

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  • Kjell Engkrog
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    I`m feeling sure about this one, the Beechcraft model 34 Twin-Quad.




    Cheers,

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  • twagenknecht
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    Bonanza (Model 35)

    first one produced in 1945, crashed in '46 taking the pilot with it. Maybe???

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  • Dmmoore
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    A careful look at the photo may provide a hint as to the lineage.

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  • Dmmoore
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    Okay.

    I came upon this one by accident. It was a prototype, never produced or operated.

    The aircraft had a unique (for its time) powerplant feature.

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  • Dmmoore
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    Thanks!

    Now I have to dig something up.

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  • Kjell Engkrog
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    Originally posted by Dmmoore View Post
    How about the CASA 201?
    Sold to the distinguished Gentleman in the front row!



    The CASA 201 Alcotan.

    Don is in the left seat.

    Cheers,

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  • Dmmoore
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    How about the CASA 201?

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  • Kjell Engkrog
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    You`re on the right continent, but go south for a bit....

    Cheers,

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