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Guess This Aircraft ?

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The floatplane above is a Normand Dube Aerocruiser from Canada.

 

And now this. Over 300 of these have been built:

 

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I put that in there to indicate it was not a one-off.

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So you can't have 300 one offs can you.. but you can still have 300 bit offs. Only It's mother would love it. Nev

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To put the poor thing out of its misery it is a Macair Merlin Sport 65

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Whatever this one is, it looks good. Paint and colour choice could have probably made the previous one look better.

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Humbert Tetras, oui.

(thanks for the clue on the trailer.)

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Humbert Tetras . beaten by one minute!

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I’m sure we’ve had the humbert before ...

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Caught out. Two copies of file - laptop and external hard drive - not sync'd.

 

You haven't seen this one before, not here at least.

 

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Haven't found the what or the when, but the where is at AERO expo, Friedrichschafen Germany.

Ist gut, ja?

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Maybe a pimped up thruster on floats?

 

This is probably the most accurate. It is listed as a Pioneer Flightstar. The relevant page is here.

 

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What happened to 1688. What was it? Ok got it. I’m a bit slow, been flying for three days to William Creek, Birdsville, Leigh Creek, Broken Hill and home tomorrow. Orbited Maree Man this morning. Aero club outing with three other aircraft. Great fun.

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The biplane with yellow wings and rudder is a  Platzer Kiebitz, a German amateur-built aircraft designed by Michael Platzer and made available in the form of plans for amateur construction. 

 

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The US Mail plane is actually called a Pitcairn Super Mailwing.

 

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