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Guess This Aircraft ?

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Ten days are up - the white aircraft is a Pottier P-180S.

 

Next contender-

 

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Sorry Glenn. This may help:

 

The aircraft was flown regularly from 1982-1986 then retired and the registration abandoned. Today, the plane is on display at KMIT.

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Looking at it the rudder and fin shape are different to Luton. There must be hundreds of parasol designs looking similar to this one.

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A c150 that ate all the pies?

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The N registration is shown in the reflection on the lower wing surface, but I can't read it!☹️

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I've been so busy with Aircraft profiles, I forgot about this thread. It's been 10 days since I loaded the overweight C150. Actually, it's a Quartz Mountain Aerospace Inc 11E. It is a reworked Luscombe Model 11 Sedan from the late 40's. I might do a profile on it.

 

Next teaser:

 

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The aircraft above is a Ptitavion Lille Metropole. It has an unusual tail shape as shown below.

 

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Now for the next puzzle.

 

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Nev, I trust you type with tongue firmly in cheek. This aircraft first flew in the late 1950's, served in the military and is now used for recreational sport flying. Forty five were built, most registrations commencing with D, but a handful  with G registrations. Enough clues.

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