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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by slideways, Nov 2, 2007.
Dornier DOX on the water.
The one in the air is sort of obscure. Here is an additional picture:
I can't remember where I saw that insignia before. That's the key to this one.
Looks like the Boeing "bug" insignia, but I can't find a pic that shows that aircraft. It has a Curtiss-Reed metal prop, though.
Here's a clue:
This particular aircraft did not ride the rails.
Although I recall reading that the narrow undercarriage was an issue....
I'm disappointed nobody has posted the latest fighter jet.
Qaher Fiberglass 313?
Wow, Revell have really outdone themselves.
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You may want your 20 minutes back, but I thought these were entertaining.
Is that even an aeroplane? How about a clue...a clue based on aeronautical concepts and not word games.
I'm thinking the logo's mirrored FF stands for Ferro Flyer or something similar... didn't we have a propeller driven Italian train here a while ago?
..aeronautical concepts. Hmmm
Not Italian but is European, 1920's.
You might be onto something with the FF for the manufacturer, but not the name.