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    Its a Vertical Aviation Technologies Hummingbird 260L. VH-NOS to be precise..

    http://www.vertical-aviation.com/gal...?g2_itemId=372

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    Indeed it is!

    The cyclic and collective are in your hands.

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    Righto here we go..

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    Time for a bit more..

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    Agusta A109 ?
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    Haha I was waiting for that one.. But no its not a 109..

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    But wait, theres more..

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    Well, it looks for all the world like a Jet Ranger...but with retractable gear ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by brianw999 View Post
    Well, it looks for all the world like a Jet Ranger...but with retractable gear ?
    And indeed it is Brian..

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    OK then, here we go again. Only one built and built for a specific function..

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    I know that it is not, but it is very similar to the XP-38, of which only one was built...

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    Quote Originally Posted by twagenknecht View Post
    I know that it is not, but it is very similar to the XP-38, of which only one was built...

    You're quite correct, it's not.

    It is American though but a civilian aircraft. It first flew in 1937 and was stored during the war. Here's a bit more....

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    Be this the Abrams Explorer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kjell Engkrog View Post
    Be this the Abrams Explorer?

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    Smartass !!

    You're getting too good at this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brianw999 View Post
    Smartass !!

    You're getting too good at this.
    LOL, I`m just lucky.....

    Now, for something more modern:



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    A stab in the dark.... A4 Skyhawk ?
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    No hit, I`m afraid.

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    FMA IA 58A Pucara. ?
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    Sorry, no. But your efforts shall not go unrewarded. You have earned a nice piece of tail:



    Or two, actually. The aircraft is in formation with a sibling.

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    After 3 days and something like 6 hours of Googling....I need more help !
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