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Extra EA-400 (none)

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SOCATA TB-9 Tampico

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Zlin Z43 (none)

-Has a larger rear fuselage window when compared to the Zlin Z42/Z42M (none).

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Beagle B.121 Pup

-Smaller cousin to the B.125 Bulldog.

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Fuji FA-200-180 Aero Subaru

-275 built

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Beagle B.121 Pup

-Smaller cousin to the B.125 Bulldog.

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MBB/Bolkow Bo209 Monsun

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Auster J-4 Archer

-Rudder brake is straight vertical, vacuum is on the outside of the aircraft, and most of the Auster products have a small footstep.

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Hindustan Aeronautics/HAL HUL-26 Pushpak

-160+ aircraft produced.

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Blackburn B2 (none)

-Looks a lot like the DH.82, note the larger tail and side by side seating.

 

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Aero Boero AB-180 (none)

-"The AB-180 has a window in the back so the pilot can turn his head 180 degrees and see out the back of the plane." -Justin Therriault

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PZL M26 Iskierka

-Marketed in the United States as the M26 Airwolf, both nicknames should be considered correct in a write-in situation.

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SOCATA TB-20 Trinidad

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Wassmer WA-40 Super IV Sancy

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SOCATA TBM 900 (none)

-Hallmarks of the SOCATA series, the 900 series always seems to have winglets. The 900 Series was also the first in type to have the pilot doors.

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SOCATA TBM 700 (none)

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Technoavia GM-17 Viper

-Very few aircraft made not sure if aircraft was ever on a production line.

-Another SOCATA, Pilatus, Piper, Ibis look alike.

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Zlin Z42/Z42M (none)

-Has a smaller rear fuselage window when compared to the Zlin Z43 (none).

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Saab 91 Safir

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DeHavilland DH.83 Fox Moth

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SOCATA TBM 700 (none)

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Max Holste MH-1521 Broussard

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SOCATA TB-10 Tobago

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Pilatus PC-12 (none)

-Cockpit spitter window pilots side

-Radar on right wing at the tip

-T-tail with bullet fairing

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Pilatus PC-12 (none) 

-Spitter window located on the pilot side only.

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Götaverken GV-38 (none)

-Swedish license-built version of the Rearwin 7000 Sportster. This aircraft is nearly always seen as the SE-AHG.

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Aero Boero AB-115 Trainer

-Similar to the AB-180, different in that it does not have a rear window to look straight back behind the aircraft. However, both models have a unique rear, side facing, window shape.

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FFA AS-202 Bravo

-Exhaust pictured on the 'Q' side is not standard

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Jurca MJ.5 Sirocco

-Built in France in the 1960's as a development of the MJ.1 Tempete. Approximately 80 built.

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Beagle A.113 Husky

-About 150 produced

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Neiva P-56/CAP -4 Paulistinha

-Around 860 built up until 1948. Look for the South American registration in order to help tell this aircraft apart from its' North American counterpart the Piper J-3 Cub.

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LIBIS KB-6 Matajur

 

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Wassmer WA-80/81 Piranha

-25 built

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PZL 101 Gawron

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Praga E.114M Air Baby

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Beagle A.61 Terrier

-About 23 currently flying in England.

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General Aircraft GAL.42 Cygnet II

-10 In total produced.

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PZL 102 Kos

-10 Built according to Wikipedia

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Pilatus PC-6 Turbo Porter

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Robin R.1180 Aiglon

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Edgely EA-7 Optica

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Hindustan Aeronautics/HAL HUL-26 Pushpak

-160+ aircraft produced.

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Partenavia P.66B Oscar-150

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Cerva CE.43 Guépard

-All metal variant of the prototype that was later developed into the Wassmer WA-40 Super IV. 

-Note the landing gear doors have a dumb looking shape to them.

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Orličan L-60 Brigadyr

-Manufacturer could be seen as Aero, Let, or Orličan. Engine can also vary between radial or inline setups.

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Zlin Z42/Z42M (none)

-Has a smaller rear fuselage window when compared to the Zlin Z43 (none).

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Pilatus PC-6 Porter

-A great collection of PC-6 Porter photos exists at www.pc-6.com with both the Porter and its later more popular variant the Turbo Porter.

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Jodel D.9 Bebe

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Robin DR.400 (none)

-Has a literal crap ton of names that could show up under different variants, those being; Chevalier, Major, Petit Prince, Remorqueur, Dauphin, Remo, and President.

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Wassmer WA-40 Super IV Sancy

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Wassmer WA-80/81 Piranha

-25 built

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SAI KZ-VII/U4-U9 Lark

-Societá Aeronautica Italiana, and there were a ton of different designations for this aircraft.

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DeHavilland DH.80 Puss Moth

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Orličan L-60 Brigadyr

-Manufacturer could be seen as Aero, Let, or Orličan. Engine can also vary between radial or inline setups.

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DeHavilland DH.87 Hornet Moth

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PZL 101 Gawron

-Has an air scoop on top of the engine directly above the cowling at the leading edge that the Yak-12 Creek does not have.

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DeHavilland DH.80 Puss Moth

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FFA AS-202 Bravo

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Robin R3000 (none)

-'T' tail

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Beagle A109 Airedale

-43 in total built. Massive exhaust out the bottom.

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SOCATA TB-20 Trinidad

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Jurca MJ.1/MJ.2 Tempete

-Later developed into the MJ.5 Sirocco. Approximately 60 built.

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LIBIS KB-6 Matajur

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Fokker F.25 Promoter

-Single engine pusher

-Note the intake on top of the aircraft

-20 built

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Grob G115 Tutor

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Ilyushin Il-103 (none)

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IAR 824 none

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Whitney DW.200 Boomerang

-Looks like a Piper PA-38 Tomahawk w/o the T-tail (note the car style door)

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Aero Boero AB-115 Trainer

-Similar to the AB-180, different in that it does not have a rear window to look straight back behind the aircraft. However, both models have a unique rear, side facing, window shape.

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Aermacchi M.B. 308 (none)

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SAI KZ-VII/U4-U9 Lark

-Societá Aeronautica Italiana, there are a ton of different designations for this aircraft.

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MBB 223 Flamingo

-The manufacturer could also be seen as SIAT or CASA. The Spanish Air Force, the Syrian Air Force, and Swissair all operated this type.

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Zlin 22 Junak

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Thruxton (none) Jackaroo

-19 conversions from the DeHavilland DH.82 Tigermoth to have a fully enclosed canopy.

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PZL 101 Gawron

-Note the gear, seems to go backwards

-Often has the wingtip fences

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Yakovlev Yak-12 Creek

-Gawron usually has the wing tip fences and has a small air scoop at the top of the cowling leading edge that the Creek lacks.

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Victa R2 (none)

-Could only find a few pictures online. Card belongs in foreign general aviation single engine, regardless of the aforementioned fact.

-T-tail with a low wing strut.

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IAR/ICA-Brasov IAR-823 (none)

-80 built, also used by a couple of militaries around the world.

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SAI KZ-VII/U4-U9 Lark

-Societá Aeronautica Italiana, there are a ton of different designations for this aircraft.

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SOCATA ST-10 Diplomate

-Huge square vertical stabilizer

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Dornier Do27 (none)

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SIAI-Marchetti SM.1019A (none)

-Replicated to model the Cessna O-1 Bird Dog. Many aircraft now owned by civilian enthusiasts.

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Grob G-120TP (none)

-Turboprop Version of the G-120A

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Aermacchi M.B. 308 (none)

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Messerschmitt Bf.108 Taifun

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Sequoia F.8L Falco

-Could also be seen as the Laverda for the manufacturer.

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DeHavilland DH.87 Hornet Moth

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Jodel D.9 Bebe

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Nord 1101 Noralpha

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Ambrosini F.4 Rondone

-Two Seater

-No rear side windows like the F.7

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DeHavilland DH.83 Fox Moth

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Saab MFI-15-200A Safari

-Visually similar to the Bolkow B-208C Junior, this aircraft is a bit bigger and has a cruciform tail.

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Aviamilano F.14 Nibbio

-11 built in total by the same man that designed the Ambrosini F.7 Rondone, Stelio Frati.

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Whitney DW.200 Boomerang

-Looks like a Piper PA-38 Tomahawk w/o the T-tail (note the car style door)

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Cerva CE.43 Guépard

-All metal variant of the prototype that was later developed into the Wassmer WA-40 Super IV. 

-Note the landing gear doors have a dumb looking shape to them.

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Beagle A109 Airedale

-43 in total built. Massive exhaust out the bottom.

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Max Holste M.H.52 (none)

-Eerily similar to the ERCO 415 Ercoupe and the Alon A-2 Air Coupe look for the Gypsy engine. 

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Wassmer WA-40 Super IV Sancy

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PZL 104 Wilga

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DeHavilland DH.85 Leopard Moth

-Successor to the DH.80 Puss Moth, note the long exhaust under the cabin

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Aerotec A-132 Tangará

-According to Wikipedia only 7 of these aircraft were built

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Scottish Aviation B.125 Bulldog

Edit 4/7, changed model to the manufacturers designation, (Glenn)

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Nord N1002 Pingouin

-A re-engined variant of the Messerschmitt bf.108 Taifun. Could also be seen as the N1000.

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SOCATA ST-10 Diplomate

-According the Wikipedia 55 aircraft were built

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Wassmer WA-51/52/54 Pacific/Europa/Atlantic

-154 built, as seen above the name can change drastically with the numbers over very minor details

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SOCATA TBM 900 (none)

-Hallmarks of the SOCATA series, the 900 series always seems to have winglets. The 900 Series was also the first in type to have the pilot doors.

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SOCATA GY-80 Horizon

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SIAI-Marchetti SM.1019A (none)

-Replicated to model the Cessna O-1 Bird Dog. Many aircraft now owned by civilian enthusiasts.

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Robin R.1180 Aiglon

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DeHavilland DH.87 Hornet Moth

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Edgely EA-7 Optica

-"Eyeball with an engine." - Glenn Dodd

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PZL 101 Gawron

-Has an air scoop on top of the engine directly above the cowling at the leading edge that the Yak-12 Creek does not have.

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General Avia F.22A Pinguino

-Retractable gear variant known as the F.22R

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Hindustan Aeronautics/HAL HUL-26 Pushpak

-The 'A' side image is purely enthusiast painted.

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Extra EA-400 (none)

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Percival EP.9 Prospector

-Could be seen in the 'Q' side cropduster role. Aircraft is seen in this role in a limited scope and belongs here in the single engine foreign deck.

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Grob G115 Tutor

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Robin R3000 (none)

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SOCATA ST-10 Diplomate

-According the Wikipedia 55 total aircraft were built

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Jodel D.140 Masquetair

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SOCATA 235C Gaucho

-Tail dragger variant of the SOCATA 100 Rally, may have also been used for field work

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DINFIA IA.46 Ranquel/Super Ranquel

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Partenavia P.66C Charlie

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Diamond DA20 Katana

-Tadpole with wings and a T-tail

 

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Pilatus PC-12 (none)

-Spitter window pilots side, and the radar pod is always on the right wing tip.

 

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Nord 1200 Norecrin

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Fuji FA-200-180 Aero Subaru

-275 built

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DINFIA IA.46 Ranquel/Super Ranquel

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SOCATA 235C Gaucho

-Tail dragger variant of the SOCATA 100 Rallye, may have been used agriculturally

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Grob G-120TP (none)

-Turboprop Version of the G-120A

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SIAI-Marchetti S.208 (none)

-Compared to the S.205 model the S.208 has that small oddly shaped window

-120 produced according to Wikipedia

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Sling 4 (none)

-Is a homebuilt aircraft. looks close enough to a production line aircraft that it should be known. Built in South Africa this aircraft made the Atlantic crossing in 2015 to EAA Air Venture.

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Sling 4 (none)

-Homebuilt aircraft that should be known as it looks like it could be factory made nearly.

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SOCATA TBM 700 (none)

-Has all of the hallmarks of a SOCATA aircraft. Does not have winglets which makes this aircraft different from the 900 series.

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PZL 104 Wilga

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DeHavilland DH.82A Tigermoth

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Ruschmeyer R90 (none)

-Can also have fixed gear

-Alternate name Solaris Avaition R90 Solaris Sigma

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Procaer F.15 Picchio

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Aerotec A-122/T-23 Uirapuru

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SIAI-Marchetti S.208 (none)

-Compared to the S.205 model the S.208 has that small oddly shaped window

-120 produced according to Wikipedia

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Bolkow B-208C Junior

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SOCATA TB-10 Tobago

-Commonly has the speed boots on

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Robin R2100/2112 /2160 (none)/Alpha/Alpha Sport

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SIAI Marchetti FN.333 Riviera

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SIAI-Marchetti S.205 (none)

-Compared to the S.208 model there are only two windows on either side of the aircraft

-According to Wikipedia there were over 200 produced

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Myasishchev M-101T Gzhel

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Partenavia P.66C Charlie

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Saab MFI-15-200A Safari

-Visually similar to the Bolkow B-208C Junior, this aircraft is a bit bigger and has a cruciform tail.

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UTVA 75 (none)

 

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Jurca MJ.1/MJ.2 Tempete

-Later developed into the MJ.5 Sirocco. Approximately 60 built.

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Zlin Z43 (none)

-Has a larger rear fuselage window when compared to the Zlin Z42/Z42M (none).

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Tippsy T.66 Nipper

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Fuji FA-200-180/160 Aero Subaru

-Full sliding canopy piece.

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Thruxton (none) Jackaroo

-19 conversions from the DeHavilland DH.82 Tigermoth to have a fully enclosed canopy.

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Zlin Z142 (none)

-Aero L159 Alca in the background.

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Ambrosini F.7 Rondone

-Three seater, with two side windows.

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Robin DR.400 (none)

-Has a literal crap ton of names that could show up under different variants, those being; Chevalier, Major, Petit Prince, Remorqueur, Dauphin, Remo, and President.

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SOCATA TBM800 (none)

-Difficult to distinguish between the 700 and the 800 series. The 900 series was the first to incorporate the pilot doors as well as usually having five blades on the prop.

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KAI KC-100 Naraon

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Zlin Z42/Z42M (none)

-Has a smaller rear fuselage window when compared to the Zlin Z43 (none).

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Messerschmitt bf.108 Taifun

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Aermacchi AL.60 Santa Mari

-Lockheed could be a legitimate manufacturer as they played a role in designing the aircraft

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Auster J-2 Arrow

-Typical of most Auster products, there exists a vacuum on the outside of the aircraft, a straight vertical rudder brake, and a small footstep on the outside of the aircraft.

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Partenavia P.57 Fachiro

-Note the beefy nosewheel fairing along with the scissor link being in front of the strut. The horizontal stabilizers also have bracing. 37 in total produced.

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KAI KC-100 Naraon

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Victa 210/CT-2 Aircruiser

-Found in Kyle Schurb's Separators PPT.

-Wikipedia claims 1 built although two tail numbers exist online. Those being ZK-DAH and VH-MVB

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SOCATA GY-80 Horizon

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Aero Boero AB-115 Trainer

-Similar to the AB-180, different in that it does not have a rear window to look straight back behind the aircraft. However, both models have a unique rear, side facing, window shape.

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General Avia F.22A Pinguino

-Retractable gear variant designated the F.22R

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Zlin Z142 (none)

-Wing tips are not curved up like the Z242L

-Usually does not have speed fairings over gear

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Sequoia F.8L Falco

-Could also be seen as the Laverda for the manufacturer.

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SOCATA TB-20 Trinidad

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SOCATA 100 Rallye

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Beagle A.113 Husky

 

-lots of glass in the back, swoopy tail, boxy engine

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Nord 1200 Norecrin

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Aerotec A-122/T-23 Uirapuru

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Aviamilano F.14 Nibbio

-11 built in total by the same man that designed the Ambrosini F.7 Rondone, Stelio Frati.

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Götaverken GV-38 (none)

-Swedish license built version of the Rearwin 7000 Sportster. This aircraft is nearly always see as the SE-AHG.

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Orlican L-40 Meta Sokol

-Interesting location for the landing gear. 106 in total produced.

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Percival EP.9 Prospector

-Could be seen in the 'A' side cropduster role. Aircraft is seen in this role in a limited scope and belongs here in the single engine foreign deck.

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SOCATA TBM 700 (none)

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MBB/Bolkow Bo209 Monsun

-Double brace in the window

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Percival P.40/T.1 Prentice

-Used by the british as a trainer, many were sold later in life to civilians. Bent up wing tips,

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Saab 91 Safir

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Ibis Aerospace Ae.270 Spirit

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Yakovlev Yak-18T (none)

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Jurca MJ.5 Sirocco

-Built in France in the 1960's as a development of the MJ.1 Tempete. Approximately 80 built.

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MBB/Bolkow Bo209 Monsun

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Yakovlev Yak-12 Creek

-Gawron usually has the wing tip fences and has a small air scoop at the top of the cowling leading edge that the Creek lacks.

-Creek may also use the standard cowled radial instead of the one seen in the photo.

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Myasishchev M-101T Gzhel

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Embraer EMB-721C/D Sartanejo

-License built variant of the Piper PA-32R-300 Cherokee Lance in Brazil. The 'C' model has the Piper Hershey bar wing, where as the 'D' model has the Piper Saratoga's tapered winglet.

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Mylius MY-103 Mistral

-Only four were ever produced, 1 single seat MY-102 Tornado built

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Socata ST-10 Diplomate

-Massive and tall vertical stabilizer.

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Saab MFI-15-200A Safari

-Visually similar to the Bolkow B-208C Junior, this aircraft is a bit bigger and has a cruciform tail.

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Zlin Z242L (none)

-Wingtips curve up, Z142 does not

-Speed fairings over the gear

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Sequoia F.8L Falco

-Could also be seen as the Laverda for the manufacturer.

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Bolkow B-208C Junior

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SOCATA 100 Rallye

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DeHavilland DH.83 Fox Moth

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SIAI-Marchetti S.208 (none)

-Compared to the S.205 model the S.208 has a small extra window in the back

-According to Wikipedia there are about 120 that were produced

 

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Yakovlev Yak-12 Creek

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Yakovlev Yak-18T (none)

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FLS Aerospace 160 Sprint

-Five manufactured

-edit 15.01.2016 Justin T: Changed 'A' slide picture to a shot that is more attainable.

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SOCATA TB-10 Tobago

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Beagle A.61 Terrier

-Large air scoop down the right side of the engine

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Procaer F.15 Picchio

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Orlican L-40 Meta Sokol

-Interesting location for the landing gear. 106 in total produced.

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Aero Boero AB-180 (none)

-"The AB-180 has a window in the back so the pilot can turn his head 180 degrees and see out the back of the plane." -Justin Therriault

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SOCATA TBM 900 (none)

-Hallmarks of the SOCATA series, the 900 series always seems to have winglets.

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ICA Brasov IAR-823 (none)

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Wassmer WA-51/52/54 Pacific/Europa/Atlantic

-154 built, as seen above the name can change drastically with the numbers over minor details.

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Partenavia P.66B Oscar-150

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Nord 1101 Noralpha

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Sportavia Putzer RS-180 Sportsman

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Nord NC.854 (none)

850-855, the 856 is very different

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Ilyushin Il-103 (none)

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SIAI-Marchetti S.205 (none)

-Compared to the S.208 model there are only two windows on either side of the aircraft

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Grob G120A (none)

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Ibis Aerospace Ae.270 Spirit

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MBB 223 Flamingo

-The manufacturer could also be seen as SIAT or CASA. The Spanish Air Force, the Syrian Air Force, and Swissair all operated this type.

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Robin R2100/2112 /2160 (none)/Alpha/Alpha Sport

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Mylius MY-103 Mistral

-Four produced in total, single seat MY-102 Tornado One built

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Aermacchi AL.60 (none)

-Lockheed could be a legitimate manufacturer as they played a role in designing the aircraft

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Robin DR.200 (none)

-May be seen in either tail dragger or tricycle gear configuration.

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Victa 115 Airtourer

May also be seen as ASEL T1-T8 Airtourer (Edit 5/5 Glenn)

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Miles M.38 Messenger

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Neiva P-56/CAP -4 Paulistinha

-Around 860 built up until 1948. Look for the South American registration in order to help tell this aircraft apart from its' North American counterpart the Piper J-3 Cub.

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Max Holste MH.1521 Broussard

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PZL M26 Iskierka

-Also known as the "Airwolf" in US export version

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Ruschmeyer R90 (none)

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Beagle A109 Airedale

-43 in total built. Massive exhaust out the bottom.

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DeHavilland DH.85 Leopard Moth

-Successor to the DH.80 Puss Moth, note the long exhaust under the cabin.

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Procaer F.15 Picchio

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SOCATA GY-80 Horizon

-Unique landing gear

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UTVA UTVA-60 (none)

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Zlin 242L (none)

-Wing tips are bent/curved upwards. May be seen as the Z242L Guru although not consistently. If seen as a multiple choice option use it, write ins always use none.

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MBB 223 Flamingo

-The manufacturer could also be seen as SIAT or CASA. The Spanish Air Force, the Syrian Air Force, and Swissair all operated this type.

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FFA AS-202 Bravo

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Diamond DA20 Katana

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Khrunichev T-411 Aist

-Marketed in the United States as the Washington T-411 Wolverine. Aero Progress also helped design the aircraft.

-Gear seem to be extra curvy.

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Technoavia GM-17 Viper

-Very few aircraft made not sure if aircraft was ever on a production line.

-Always seems to have tip tanks and five blades on the prop.

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Aermacchi M.B. 308 (none)

-edit 05.19.2015 Justin T: Can not confirm that 'Idro' is an official name for this aircraft.

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Aerotec A-122/T-23 Uirapuru

 

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Robin DR.200 (none)

-May be seen in either tail dragger or tricycle gear configuration.

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Robin DR400 (none)

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FLS Aerospace 160 Sprint

-Five manufactured

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Wassmer WA-40 Super IV Sancy

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SOCATA TB-9 Tampico

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Zlin Z43 (none)

-Has a larger rear fuselage window when compared to the Zlin Z42/Z42M (none).

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