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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by slideways, Nov 2, 2007.
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?
Is it a one-off?
Yes, one off. It changed hands and names several times through the '30s. Upon further research, there is a Vultee connection; Jerry Vultee had a little part-time design work into this aircraft.
extra points if you can tell me where
Aeronca at Lunken airport.