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Re: CBFS SPOTTER

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PeteP wrote:
22 Jul 2022, 08:14
I don't think it's that straightforward, Mike. Just out of interest, how many seats does the aircraft in your photo have?
I’m guessing it might be ZH200 which had a few different lumps and bumps added and removed over the years.
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Having been PM'd that my offer of a Hawk 200 was wrong I just couldn't think what else it could be - what a relief to find it was OK!
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This one is annoying me. I've seen that aircraft before while searching for others, but now I can't find it.

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511Flyer wrote:
25 Jul 2022, 08:09
This one is annoying me. I've seen that aircraft before while searching for others, but now I can't find it.

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Re: CBFS SPOTTER

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The one of the of the engine / undercarriage leg is really annoying me as I don't know which decade to place it in, although I suspect ‘30’s.

I spent 4 hours looking for the glass nose one on Saturday, and got nowhere.
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I found it after a long search
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Phew, glad I'm not the only frustrated spotter, I can usually find them through the engine route, but unless this engine ain't wot I fink it is (or should be...)
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Re: CBFS SPOTTER

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An obscure aircraft that I know a bit about.

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A directional clue.
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Re: CBFS SPOTTER

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Ah, found it straight away after that clue but I'll leave the prizes to those who found it without being told where to look! Well done to them. :cheers:
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