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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by slideways, Nov 2, 2007.
The Bombardier predecessor to the CL415 with the radials is a CL215.
I had a job in the paint shop that painted them when I was a teenager. My finger tips got to know every rivet on the aircraft intimately
They took off from Montreal and flew to us in Bar River, Ontario with bare metal.. left painted for around the world.
Got to paint "Do Not Step" in yugoslavian, czechoslovakian, french, spanish, etc
p.s. the Grandparent (PBY) looks like the ones I remember from Newfoundland.
Actually, the PBY variant is known as a Canso water bomber here in Canada. That pic is of the Canso on static display right on the Trans-Canada Hwy in Gander, Nfld.
Got a picture of my bike in front of it.
The last one:
An earlier one from the same manufacturer:
Isn't that a repeat?
The second was also designated a Breda-Pensuti B2. Looks like two versions were built.
I don't know, I just did a search after and your post came up.
The last Caproni.
I thought we'd figured all these out, but evidently not.
Descamps-Brunet 17 A2
Hey! that's correct (delay reaction)
Although it says Caudron "Ca.17" on the tail. License build, perhaps.
Gotta another one? If not try this one:
Looks Argentina. Hmm...
Probably needs a clue.
The windshield looks familiar.
Not a Vultee.
Is it related to a Vultee model?