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Yes, Googles algorithms find virtually everything that has ever been posted for public display. And I've spent 20 yrs fine-tuning my internet searching abilities.   As a little thread drift

That's it Kasper. The left wheel folded into a fairing on the right side of the fuselage, and the right wheel into a lefthand fairing. In 1998 Explorer Aircraft was established in Jasper, Texas, to co

I think that would have a nickname of legbreaker  

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Here's one for you eagle eyed cockpit spotters,. . NOW, I don't recognise this one myself. Looking at the shoulder flash on the pilot's suit, it looks like a Commonwealth style badge, poss RAF.

 

I DID think, looking at the type of very early throttle quadrant that it could be an Avro Shackleton. . .I have actually flown in one of these at the tender age of 14 yrs, out of RAF Kinloss in Scotland.on air cadets annual camp. I was on board for five hours, and was allowed to sit in the Right hand seat for half an hour. . .On closer examination of the throttle quad, it might have two engines, which would rule out the Shack. . .and the overhead panel looks a bit modernish too . . . ..My Shack flight was a night sortie in 1964 and my memory is,. . .er, where was I going with this. . .hello. . do I know you ?. . .

 

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Here's one for you eagle eyed cockpit spotters,. . NOW, I don't recognise this one myself. Looking at the shoulder flash on the pilot's suit, it looks like a Commonwealth style badge, poss RAF.I DID think, looking at the type of very early throttle quadrant that it could be an Avro Shackleton. . .I have actually flown in one of these at the tender age of 14 yrs, out of RAF Kinloss in Scotland.on air cadets annual camp. I was on board for five hours, and was allowed to sit in the Right hand seat for half an hour. . .On closer examination of the throttle quad, it might have two engines, which would rule out the Shack. . .and the overhead panel looks a bit modernish too . . . ..My Shack flight was a night sortie in 1964 and my memory is,. . .er, where was I going with this. . .hello. . do I know you ?. . .

DC3/C47. The Sperry autopilot panel in the middle.

 

 

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Nope. #630 has a person in it so not a drone.

 

Still on offer ... who will find it?

 

Note - it’s a still frame from a video of the flight I have so nobody can reverse image search it :-P

 

 

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Beats me.

Woo hoo!One down. How many others are going to have a go?

 

Hints will start appearing next weekend.

 

 

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One off. No production plans. It was/is the design of an aero engineer - his fantasy.

Looks like the design of a committee Kasper........the same one that designed the gnu...............)
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Later, they put the bits back in the little plastic cup, gave it a really good shake this time.......and came up with this???1523170755670.png.abde0af31313a8affcb0b469e9365d8a.png

 

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Later' date=' they put the bits back in the little plastic cup, gave it a really good shake this time.......and came up with this???[ATTACH=full']54633[/ATTACH][ATTACH=full]54633[/ATTACH]

But the snark was made at least in small numbers.
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