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  • AJ
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    I was not expecting that!

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  • Kjell Engkrog
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    Originally posted by AJ View Post
    You can't hear my cries of frustration from there?!
    Dearie me, does this alleviate your frustration?



    Cheers,

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  • AJ
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    You can't hear my cries of frustration from there?!

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  • Kjell Engkrog
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    Awfully quiet here now, let`s see if one more clue can get things moving along:



    And yes, Curtis, it is an ugly beast.

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  • Curtis Malone
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    Originally posted by Kjell Engkrog View Post
    The "wing" in the background is one of the floats on another airplane. And this is not the Mcdonnel XV-1 convertiplane, sorry.

    Here`s the office:



    Cheers,
    Whatever it is, it sure is ugly.

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  • Kjell Engkrog
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    The "wing" in the background is one of the floats on another airplane. And this is not the Mcdonnel XV-1 convertiplane, sorry.

    Here`s the office:



    Cheers,

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  • paulc
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    Mcdonnel XV-1 convertiplane. The wing in the background looks like a shuttle though?

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  • Kjell Engkrog
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    Since the house is open, let`s put up this piece of tail:



    Cheers,

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  • brianw999
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    Remind me never to be in the dark when you have a knife !!

    That's the one.

    Open house to whoever wants a go.

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  • paulc
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    A total stab in the dark - Karhumaki Karhu 48B (open house if correct)

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  • brianw999
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    No Paul. There is a bit of a clue in the picture to indicate how far north in the EU this one comes from.
    Has the same name as a beer manufacturer in its country of origin, built in the 1950's and was also available on floats.

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  • paulc
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    Pervical EP9 Prospector?

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  • brianw999
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    ...and some more. Manufacturer is in the European Union.

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  • brianw999
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    Here's some more....

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  • brianw999
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    OK then.....

    Try this...

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