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Re: Bitzer project

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Two correct rapid responses on the PM!
PeteP, followed closely by DaveG. Congratulations you blokes. Thanks as usual to Airboatr for the artwork and hosting.
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Are you going to tell the rest of us what it is?

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Kevin

Devoid of Daunt perchance :)
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Kevin Farnell wrote: 16 Nov 2020, 19:45 Are you going to tell the rest of us what it is?

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Hi Kevin,
As I mentioned, a few posts back, I asked for PM entries, so that we can have multiple winners over several days. "Bang for buck" I said.
I was waiting to see if anyone else wanted a go, but there's been none, except for Allan's cryptic public post.
Yes, Allan, You're right with the Dauntless. It's a museum restoration, and unclear what number SBD it is, so 4,5,6 would all be acceptable.
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Not this old thing again!?
Wind that handle, boys!
PM identification please. Awards only for the aircraft. :lol:
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Mossie?
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Brian Franklin wrote: 17 Nov 2020, 08:15 Mossie?
Hi Brian,
Thanks for the suggestion, easy to mistake one for the other with the limited information given, but no. :(

I will say again that PM suggestions are strongly preferred, because once the right answer appears in a post, there's no point in anyone else trying.
Using PM, any number can submit correct answers, and I'm happy to dish out awards to every correct answer. I'd be over the moon if I had to award 50 diamond badges! :excited:

Having ruled out the Mosquito, we move to gold level.

If anyone finds the animation too fast, or needs another section, all you need do is ask. I'm not wanting to defeat anybody, the more badges the better.
(Each clue drops the award down another notch.)

So, people, what else looks like a Mosquito in the front area?
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We've had some more PM suggestions, though nobody has asked for more pictures, or slower animation.
Now eliminated from the list is Hornet and Whirlwind. Again, similar, but that's why I pick 'em :lol: .
Two more clues, so gold and silver gone.
Last chance for an embroidered badge; this time tomorrow I'll present the winners' awards.
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Airspeed wrote: 17 Nov 2020, 12:25

So, people, what else looks like a Mosquito in the front area?
A Midge
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Re: Bitzer project

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airboatr wrote: 19 Nov 2020, 02:09
Airspeed wrote: 17 Nov 2020, 12:25

So, people, what else looks like a Mosquito in the front area?
A Midge
Can't deny that, Joe! :lol:
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