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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

Avid Explorer  when it was in Taree in 2012.

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Derekliston, I owe you an apology, kinda. No, the aircraft is not a BN-3 Nymph, but it is derived from the Nymph. The designer, Desmond Norman worked for Britten-Norman, and when the company failed, he took the design to a company he started, NDN Aircraft. NDN planned to build and sell the Nymph with a lengthened cabin as the NAC-1 Freelance. The Nymph was reworked as the prototype Freelance and first flew in that configuration on 29 September 1984. In 1985 NDN Aircraft was renamed the Norman Aircraft Company (NAC) and components and fuselage sections for six aircraft were built. Following the failure of the company to win a military order with the NDN Firecracker military trainer the company was closed down.

 

So, we move on. Here's an unusual looking one,  which I am sure will be guessed quickly.

 

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Might be a red WACO F series.  It’s hard to pin them all down because some have fabric on the main leg/drag link triangle and others don’t and some have lumpy cowls others smooth - or no cowls just to really piss off spotters.

 

but the most popular and my guess is a WACO UPF7

 

 

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Looks like a Cessna t37 ... but I might just be a bit of a reporter and everything looks like a Cessna.

 

 

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That will do it.

 

Gee, you're chewing througgh them mate. This next one is mystery plane No. 100.

 

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Sorry.  Edit out the error

 

Nope. It’s a Moni 

 

changed from single wheel glider undercart to Std legs.  

 

 

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Hard to tell but it probably has a rudder on the rear of the fuselage below the v tail.  Wing tips are obvious change as the tip wheels are no there.  And from the angle you can’t tell if it’s had an engine change from the original. 

 

 

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Oh and anyone looking for a KFM107 er or ermaxi send me a message.  I’ve got three of them I’m not going to use. 

 

 

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