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Aircraft Identification V

Old Threads Discuss Aircraft Identification V in the Old Stuff forums; Originally Posted by Graeme Hmmm...Sorry guys, dumb clue? I think you looked too "deeply" into the bottle. STOUT . Yep ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graeme View Post
    Hmmm...Sorry guys, dumb clue? I think you looked too "deeply" into the bottle. STOUT.
    Yep
    Actually I did a search for "Stout floatplane" and nothing came out; found later that the correct query terms were "Stout amphibian"

    And now, after the "Men On Wings" thread, I'd like to start the obvious answer "Ladies On Wings" thread:





    Can you guess (the plane)?

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcogrifo View Post
    Yep
    Actually I did a search for "Stout floatplane" and nothing came out
    G'day mate! Actually we're all familiar with Aerofiles so I thought everyone would start there using "Stout" but of course you would have to assume it's American...I guess I assumed too much.

    Quote Originally Posted by Marcogrifo View Post
    Can you guess (the plane)?
    Sure can! The reason being that while looking for your previous "humans on a wing" image I stumbled across this site. I was going to counter-attack with the Aeromairine 75 but now I'm guessing that we're sourcing from the same site?

    The Luscombe 8C Silvaire Deluxe.

    Winged Wonders AirSpace

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcogrifo View Post
    And now, after the "Men On Wings" thread, I'd like to start the obvious answer "Ladies On Wings" thread
    I'll keep a lookout for more "humans on a wing" images, but in the meantime how about "humans under wings?" Plenty of those about...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcogrifo View Post
    Yes!
    Well done carson, you got it!

    Stout Amphibian
    Stout Amphibian

    BTW, about Mr. Stout, he's the same that did this futuristic odd looking car: the Scarab


    Cheers
    Hi Marco
    I saw the Scarab too while investigating the Srout site however your pic is much better than the one I have found.
    Wasn't it a beautiful piece of automotive machinery with a futuristic look?
    BTW do you also have problems in accessing Aerofiles? It seems there is an internal server error...
    carson

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tzaw1 View Post
    Lloyd Dr G, prototype, no. 40.08
    Your post #3793

    Hi Tzaw
    nicely done mate even if it didn't fly it is an interesting and rare pic
    carson

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    And what about this one gentlemen on "winged wonders"? Just for the pic (After all men and all women now lots of girls and three men)
    I think the aircraft was a Sikorsky but I still have to check it out.
    Cheers and let it not be a blue Monday
    carson


    This is no Sikorsky but an Aeromarine 75 "Buckeye" do visit the Aeromarine site it has old beautiful vintage pics
    Last edited by carson1934; 09-28-2009 at 06:27 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carson1934 View Post
    And what about this one gentlemen on "winged wonders"? Just for the pic (After all men and all women now lots of girls and three men)
    I think the aircraft was a Sikorsky but I still have to check it out.
    ? Hi Carson. The "site" tells you it's the Aeromarine 75. Have another look.

    http://blog.nasm.si.edu/2009/03/19/w...nders/#more-34
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    Quote Originally Posted by Graeme View Post
    ? Hi Carson. The "site" tells you it's the Aeromarine 75. Have another look.

    Winged Wonders AirSpace
    Hi Graeme
    thanks I realized after dashing the pic to you that the name of the aircraft was in the site therefore I re-edited my post and inserted the correct name
    carson

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    And yet more people. Photo from "Consolidated PBY Catalina" by Krzysztof Janowicz.
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    'How much is two plus two?' 'Seven,' replies the machine.


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    Nlce finding Tzaw

    Wow, I never realized how impressive wingspan the Catalina has...

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcogrifo View Post
    Nlce finding Tzaw

    Wow, I never realized how impressive wingspan the Catalina has...

    Cheers
    104 feet (31.7 m) helps give the 2500 mile (4000 km) range. Cruise at 125mph (200 kph) would mean 20 hours aloft. : )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tzaw1 View Post
    And yet more people. Photo from "Consolidated PBY Catalina" by Krzysztof Janowicz.
    Hi Tzaw

    how impressive your pic is! I never realized the Catalina's wingspan was so important...
    carson

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    Weird Paint

    Found a different Payen 22/2 Flechair. The Swastika still looks off ??
    Must have been funny paint.
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    Old Habits Die Hard

    Just to prove, even decades later, the men on wings cult is going strong !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Degs View Post
    Found a different Payen 22/2 Flechair. The Swastika still looks off ??
    Must have been funny paint.
    Man I would love to do a profile based on that airplane (If I could find the correct lineart.)

    And just curious, how many men are on the PBY's wing?
    Last edited by Pong; 09-29-2009 at 09:15 AM.

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