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Guess the plane!

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Focke-wulf Fw Kamikaze Carrier (also known as Daimler DB Project C, but it was proposed to Daimler by Kurt Tank of Focke-wulf)

Well played, well played... Congratz! You get a cookie. O And some sprinkels. ...... :)

Next plane: https://www.google.hr/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=weird+ww2%C5%BEplanes&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0CAcQjRxqFQoTCMzF9ZGN8sYCFaIX2woduGcNAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ww2incolor.com%2Fforum%2Farchive%2Findex.php%2Ft-5524-p-5.html&ei=9E-xVcz7AaKv7Aa4zzU&bvm=bv.98476267,d.ZGU&psig=AFQjCNHPS21cOXx0vNwZe-mmSHTiMr6hkQ&ust=1437770051572864

Moving on, what is this?
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Dornier 31, STOL and VSTOL jet plane, one produced, it is located at Shliessheim aircraft museum in Munich, Germany.
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I can't find any picture in there

but the thread says Polikarpov O3/4, so that's my guess :P

Edited by Hunter12396
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Dornier 31, STOL and VSTOL jet plane, one produced, it is located at Shliessheim aircraft museum in Munich, Germany.

 

Incorrect:

2 produced, the other is in Dornier Museum in Fredrichshafen.

Saw both in 2014.  :)

 

(there was a 3ed ground unit made for testing.)

 

Should be easy (besides being a 747, be very specific):

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Incorrect:
2 produced, the other is in Dornier Museum in Fredrichshafen.
Saw both in 2014. :)

(there was a 3ed ground unit made for testing.)

Should be easy (besides being a 747, be very specific):
PW1200G_2.jpg

I still got the aircraft name on point. :)

That 747 though... It is a passenger commercial version, so it cant be an engine testbed. I have seen some commercial 747s transport engines that needed repairs, but these were mounted on the belly. I have no idea... Edited by Stuka_Hunter
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no the intake is wrong for a La-9

I think it looks like an M-82 engine

 

LA-9?

Do you people even go to the front page of a topic before replying to it? It's a Boomerang, case closed.

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Guess what is this
Note: Year between 1945-1949
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Hmm...Well, it seems to be a Swordfish at first glance, but I checked more pics of it and this is definetly not a Swordfish. Not a Gauntlet either.

Wikipedia is no help finding Biplane bombers of WW2 so far.

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Hmm...Well, it seems to be a Swordfish at first glance, but I checked more pics of it and this is definetly not a Swordfish. Not a Gauntlet either.

Wikipedia is no help finding Biplane bombers of WW2 so far.

Is it a Scimitar? 

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Hmm...Well, it seems to be a Swordfish at first glance, but I checked more pics of it and this is definetly not a Swordfish. Not a Gauntlet either.
Wikipedia is no help finding Biplane bombers of WW2 so far.


The answer is Yokosuka K5Y1
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This plane is Trainer plane use by IJN. In Indonesia, this plane available in large number, so they converted it as light bomber to new Indonesian Air Force (AURI)
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As an Indonesian this is clearly a K5Y1 Akatombo
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Guess This One!

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Bugatti 100.

 

Guess this : ki36.jpg?w=809

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I found quite an interesting one. 05B_DJ10-flash.jpg__800x600_q85_crop.jpg1430934555_douglas_mod.1211-3.jpgotvaga2004_douglas1211_draw-01-680x475.j

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Douglas Model 1211-J. So I guess one would only really know that if they bought a book, now wouldn't they? Or if they wanted to do some intense Internet investigation...

It is a pretty airplane though. Edited by MustangFlyer95
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