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Re: how about this one?
Reply #5 - Jul 16th, 2014 at 10:07pm
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Beazld...no problem whatsoever!  Jump in on the current thread and help us out.  Kiwi usually stumps us with his posts!
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Reply #4 - Jul 16th, 2014 at 6:24pm
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Beazld: you had me stumped, I could not come up with anything. But now you are here you can join in on the mad dashes to see who can guess what plane it is. I usually have a hard time, some of these are really obscure.

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Reply #3 - Jul 16th, 2014 at 2:02am
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Thanks Tom, sorry for the faux pax! I didn't want to step on someone elses thread.
  

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Reply #2 - Jul 15th, 2014 at 8:30pm
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Tilbury-Fundy Flash...

the Tilbury-Fundy Flash. It has a wingspan of 14'8' (later increased to 17'10") length 11'10" (later 12'5"), and an empty weight of 270 pounds. The 45HP Church engine was air-cooled. Owen Tilbury was a design engineer in the employ of the Williams Company. The airplane was raced in the 1932 National Air Races by Carnahan. Owen Tilbury's grand niece sent a news article in the Lewiston (ME) Daily Sun of August 26, 1932 which makes note of, "... the diminutive Tilbury-Funday [sic] Flash, which Art Carnahan of Bloomington, Ill.

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Usually Beazld, we only have one thread going at a time. We all participate in that thread and when we correctly guess the aircraft it becomes our turn to post an aircraft to be named/discovered.

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Reply #1 - Jul 15th, 2014 at 2:54pm
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Here are a couple more pix.  One pic in an earlier configuration. The plane still exists too.  Another hint is that Cleveland published plans at one time.
  

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Jul 14th, 2014 at 10:51am
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this is a favorite of mine, a little known Golden Age racer, once billed as the world's smallest airplane.  Anyone know it with out looking up the tail number?
  

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