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Re: Bitzer project

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Hi Chris,
Thanks for the suggestion, and worthwhile observation about the windows.
That's certainly a lot closer than the Martin 404, not a gold-winning answer this time, though.
Compare with your sources closely. You're welcome to submit an alternative answer by PM, if you wish.
Allan might want to have a second bite on the PM, too?
We're at silver level now for anyone who puts in a correct PM.
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Re: Bitzer project

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Canadair CL-66, with Napier Eland engines.

Ttfn

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Re: Bitzer project

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Convair 440. EricT
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Re: Bitzer project

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Thanks for the additional suggestions, chaps.
One is close, but no right answers even from those whose PM entries were offered a second chance.
I'll give it one more sleep, and reveal the actual answer when I log in tomorrow.
Last chance for a virtual cloth badge. :poke:
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Re: Bitzer project

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Tomliner wrote: 04 Nov 2020, 15:03 Convair 440. EricT
The second correct answer, congratulations Eric :welldone:
Apologies for not acknowledging this yesterday, I can only say that I've been distracted with various things. My computer apparently has memory problems, and I may have caught it off the computer, or maybe I've passed it to the computer.
Your award, Eric:
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Re: Bitzer project

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Going back in time again. PM replies please, we like to have multiple winners, and once they're revealed in the Forum, it's all over.
Bang for bucks, as they say.
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Re: Bitzer project

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Many thanks Mike. I must say that I’m absolutely discumknockerated to receive this prestigious award. I must find somewhere to put it on display. :excited: EricT
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Re: Bitzer project

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Tomliner wrote: 06 Nov 2020, 08:30 Many thanks Mike. I must say that I’m absolutely discumknockerated to receive this prestigious award. I must find somewhere to put it on display. :excited: EricT
You earned it, Eric! ;)
Do you want a virtual table to put it on?
Oh, hang on, here's an all-glass display cabinet I had handy:
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How's that? :)
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Re: Bitzer project

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Again, this Forum has added to my education.
Without Eric's posting of discumknockerated, I would never have known that Knotty Ash was a real place, and though I vaguely remember Ken Dodds, I've not thought of him in decades. Thank you Eric. :)
Back on topic, we have TWO precise answers earning Diamond awards.
Is anyone else going to have a shot at Diamond?
Do you need more revealed, for Gold?
Do you want to give up and move onto another? :'( :'(
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Re: Bitzer project

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Is it a little Fokker?

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