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What plane is this?


Noor
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quote name='Noor' date='Feb 20 2008, 20:22 ' post='242656']

Photo what I got today shows a (german? resembles JU-87?) plane. Does someone recognise this bird and what period it was on use?

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It seems to me like a early (preproduction) model of the ju-87, It could be the prototype, with a british motor (Kestrel??), If only we could see the twin square Tail, that?s will be the proof.

Miguel

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I must say, photo is way too bad to get full view. Same time some parts (wing, cabin, wheels covers, etc) looks like the Ha 137 or some kind a strange JU 87. Same time I am not a specialist, so maybe someone more skilled (like you hipnos :cheers: ) can say, what plane it is.

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I got some extra information. Guy who thinks that its Ha 137 says: if under the wing letters are "D-IDTE" (its look like I am blind but I cant see them :catjava: ) then its the last from six Ha. 137 V-6 what crashed 1937 of July.

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Here is one another photo what arrived today.

What plane this one would be?

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It looks like a English Bulldog...But, If this is german, so we must search in the Fockewulf trainers... like the Focke-Wulf Fw 44 "Stieglitz"

Miguel

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Well I must admit, this one's a bit of a stumper. The wing "spars or struts" - not sure what the proper word is - don't match the FW 44 or the Bristol Bulldog.

I don?t agree on the Wing?s struts but possibly the wheels are different...

Miguel

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