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Short SC.1, experimental VTOL. Planes with awards are characteristic.

Time for this one.
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I also got'un:

 

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= )

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Anyone know the name of this beast? http-%2F%2Fa.amz.mshcdn.com%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2F2015%2F08%2Fsprucegoose-14.jpg

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8 minutes ago, Spriggina said:

DAR-10, Pilatus SB-2 and the Hughes Hercules aka the Spruce Goose.

The next one:

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WRONG! it's called the Spruce Goose which is made by Howard Hughes. tumblr_ok49t22mFu1w3u4zzo6_400.gif.0023e

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14 minutes ago, Spriggina said:

The official designation was Hughes H-4 Hercules, the name Spruce Goose was a pejorative designation given by the critics of the plane and Hughes.

dude... i know, i was just using count Olaf as a joke. 

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no no, its cool :).

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Not very hard - might even have ben in this thread before :)

 

What's next?? :)

 

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On 2/11/2017 at 0:29 AM, xrzfff said:

Short SC.1, experimental VTOL. Planes with awards are characteristic.

Time for this one.
Dar10.jpg

Perhaps some Bulgarian version of the Texan? 

Different propeller at least. 

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On 2/15/2017 at 6:07 PM, Spriggina said:

The next one:

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Again, googling the designation on the wing quickly reveals the name of the plane. This plane is a racer plane with the name "Racer".

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Posted (edited)

It's well-known plane, still I think it's not that obvious.
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Posted (edited)

On 3/7/2017 at 10:23 PM, xrzfff said:

It's well-known plane, still I think it's not that obvious.
gUNzgQI.jpg

Looks like Hs 129, but the engine spinners are different, they look too american... And there are swastikas (gg to ppl looking at this photo in Germany :017:), so this guy must have been good at killing germans, especially that there is a RAF roundel on the tail... Oh I know what this is. In War Thunder, one of its variants is the first british true heavy fighter.

Common serious underestimation of this plane in War Thunder leads to lots of "Aces" to give the Beau a head-on, thus an easy kill for it.

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5 minutes ago, DestroyDaDa said:

Oh I know what this is. In War Thunder, one of its variants is the first british true heavy fighter.

Exactly, sire. Beaufighter, with Paddy Green sticking out.

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Aight...

What is this?

Spoiler

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15 minutes ago, TyphoonCro said:

Aight...

What is this?

DC-3... with right wing shorter? What the hell did they do to this plane?

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11 minutes ago, xrzfff said:

DC-3... with right wing shorter? What the hell did they do to this plane?

 

It is DC-2 1/2....

 

DC-3 had its wing shredded by Japanese fighter IIRC... Crew of the plane tried to find spare DC-3 wing... But they only found spare DC-2 wing... So they bolted on DC-2 wing...

Right wing is DC-2 wing

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1 minute ago, TyphoonCro said:

 

It is DC-2 1/2....

 

DC-3 had its wing shredded by Japanese fighter IIRC... Crew of the plane tried to find spare DC-3 wing... But the only found spare DC-2 wing... So they bolted on DC-2 wing...

Right wing is DC-2 wing

"we lost wing, but we've got new one. from other aircraft, but it's still a wing! let's use it!"

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