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Aeronca 11AC Chief

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Aeronca 11AC Chief

-Smaller rear window than Aeronca 7AC Champ

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Aeronca 15AC Sedan

-Super swoop to the tail, along with the Aeronca rudder break look.

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Aeronca 15AC Sedan

-Super swoop to the tail, along with the Aeronca rudder break look.

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Aeronca 15AC Sedan

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Aeronca 50L Chief 

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Aeronca 7AC Champion

-More than 10,000 produced in all variants. Could be seen in a military color scheme which changes the number designation to L-16, everything else stays the same.

-Aeronca rudder break at the 45 degree forward angle.

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Aeronca 7AC Champion

-More than 10,000 produced in all variants. Could be seen in a military color scheme which changes the number designation to L-16, everything else stays the same.

-Aeronca rudder break at the 45 degree forward angle.

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Aeronca 7AC Champion

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Aerotek (none) T-Moose

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Alon A-2 Aircoupe

-Differences between the ERCO 415 Ercoupe and this aircraft are minor but they are there. The A-2 has more square set of rear windows, will nearly always have a light in the left wing, and has a 'cut' out of the horizontal stabilizer.

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Alon A-2 Aircoupe

-Differences between the ERCO 415 Ercoupe and this aircraft are minor but they are there. The A-2 has more square set of rear windows, will nearly always have a light in the left wing, and has a 'cut' out of the horizontal stabilizer.

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American Champion 8GCBC Scout

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Anderson Greenwood AG-14 Pusher/(none)

-In a write in situation, Pusher should not be used

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Aviat A-1 Husky

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Aviat A-1 Husky

-Looks a lot like a Piper product; the landing light is always on the end of the left wing and nowhere else.

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Aviat A-1B Husky

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Aviat A-1B Husky

-Light on far left wing tip of aircraft

-Usually has Husky picture on vertical stabilizer

 

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Beech 35 Bonanza

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Beech 36 Bonanza

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Beech 77 Skipper

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Beech A23-19 Musketeer

Edit 3/6/16 Glenn, Added A23 to the model number

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Beechcraft 17 Staggerwing

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Beechcraft 17 Staggerwing

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Beechcraft 77 Skipper

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Beechcraft A23-19 Musketeer

-Cousin to the Beechcraft C23 Sundowner, the A23-19 Musketeer and the A-23-24 Musketeer differ in the number of windows down the sides. The A23-19 having two and the A23-24 having three.

-Note the design Beechcraft uses for the nose gear.

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Beechcraft A23-19 Musketeer

-Cousin to the Beechcraft C23 Sundowner, the A23-19 Musketeer and the A-23-24 Musketeer differ in the number of windows down the sides. The A23-19 having two and the A23-24 having three.

-Note the design Beechcraft uses for the nose gear.

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Beechcraft A23-24 Musketeer

-Similar to the A23-19, A23-24 has one extra window down the side. This window also tapers off more near the back where the C23 Sundowner window does not.

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Beechcraft A23-24 Musketeer

-Similar to the A23-19, A23-24 has one extra window down the side. This window also tapers off more near the back where the C23 Sundowner window does not.

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Beechcraft C23 Sundowner

-Fixed tricycle landing gear, similar to the Beechcraft 19 Musketeer. Windows down the side of the fuselage have a more defined angle/square appearance to them in the Sundowner.

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Beechcraft C23 Sundowner

-Fixed tricycle landing gear, similar to the Beechcraft 19 Musketeer. Windows down the side of the fuselage have a more defined angle/square appearance to them in the Sundowner.

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Bellanca 14-13-3 Cruisair Senior

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Bellanca 17-30A Viking/Super Viking

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Bellanca 17-30A Viking/Super Viking

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Bellanca T-250 Aries

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Bellanca T-250 Aries

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Call Air A-2 (none)

-Unique gear 

-Cockpit windows are unique

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Call Air A-2 (none)

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Cessna 120 (none)

-No flaps

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Cessna 120 (none)

-No Flaps

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Cessna 140 (none)

Edit 1//11 by CM previously pictured c-170

-All metal, including wings

-Flaps

 

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Cessna 152 Texas Tail Dragger

-edit 8.12.15 Glenn D: Changed 150 to 152, both pictures show converted 152s

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Cessna 152 Texas Taildragger

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Cessna 165 Airmaster

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Cessna 165 Airmaster

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Cessna 172 Skyhawk

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Cessna 175 Skylark

-Engine is a geared engine, will always be a fastback aircraft.

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Cessna 180 Skywagon

-Two windows on the side

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Cessna 182 Skylane

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Cessna 185 Skywagon

-Three windows on the side

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Cessna 190 (none)

-Until a better method is known; the 190 has no speed boots where the 195 would. Even this detail is inconsistent.

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Cessna 195 (none)

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Cessna 205 (none)

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Cessna 205 (none)

-Early model 210 with fixed gear, large chin bulge.

 

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Cessna 206 Stationair

-Has a strut connection the fuselage and wing, has two lights in the nose, and has cowl flaps.

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Cessna 210 Centurion

-Two lights in the nose, no strut between the fuselage and the wing, also has cowl flaps under the engine.

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Cessna 210 Centurion

-Two lights in the nose, no strut between the fuselage and the wing, also has cowl flaps under the engine.

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Cessna C-150 (none/M*th*rf****ngERAU)

- Straight tail indicates this sepecific example is a 150 with a 152 engine 

-No 152s had a straight tail

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Cessna P210N Silver Eagle I

-Modification made by O&N Aircraft to equip a Rolls-Royce 250 turboprop on the nose

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Cessna P210N Silver Eagle I

-Modification made by O&N Aircraft to equip a Rolls-Royce 250 turboprop on the nose

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Cessna T206H Turbo Stationair

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Champion 7FC Tri-Traveler

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Champion 7FC Tri-Traveler

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Aeronca/Champion 7FC Tri Traveler

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Christavia Mk.I (none)

-A light sport aircraft, still good to know as it looks as though it could have been factory produced

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Cub Crafters CC11-160 Carbon Cub SS

A few tips I found from a far shots: SS has lights inside the strut, PA18 outside left wing, A-1 far sides on both. Not always true and some have no lights. 

-Nearly imposible to tell the difference from a CC18 and PA18, but the fact one is an imposter and the other not

-Also SS is a light sport so not a real plane

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Cub Crafters CC11-160 Carbon Cub SS

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Culver V (none)

-"V" is the model number

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Culver V (none)

-"V" stands for 5

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DeHavilland of Canada DHC-2 Beaver

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DeHavilland of Canada DHC-2 Beaver

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DeHavilland of Canada DHC-3 Otter

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DeHavilland of Canada DHC-3 Otter

-When compared to the Beaver cowling the Otter cowling has a chin scoop which the Beaver lacks.

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Diamond HK-36 Super Dimona

-Glider variant of the DA-20 Katana

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Eagle Aircraft 150B (none)

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Epic E1000 (none)

-Certification expected in 2015

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Epic E1000 (none)

-Expected to enter production next year

 

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Epic E1000 (none)

-Expected to enter production next year

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Erco 415 Ercoupe

-Differences from the Alon A2 Aircoupe include a rounded rear set of windows, a straight trailing edge to the horizontal stabilizer, and a the lack of a landing light in the left wing.

-The manufacturer could be seen as Forney F1A Ercoupe.

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Erco 415 Ercoupe

-Differences from the Alon A2 Aircoupe include a rounded rear set of windows, a straight trailing edge to the horizontal stabilizer, and a the lack of a landing light in the left wing.

-The manufacturer could be seen as Forney F1A Ercoupe.

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Fairchild 100 Pilgrim

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Fairchild 24 (none)

-Unique wing struts and gear struts combined.

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Fairchild 24 (none)

-Unique wing struts and gear struts combined.

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Fairchild 24 (none)

-Unique wing struts and gear struts combined.

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Fairchild F-45A (none)

-Was operated by the United States military, nowadays though all the remaining aircraft are GA aircraft or destroyed. Behold yet another Spartan 7W/12W Executive, Harlow PJC-2 look alike.

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Fairchild F11 Husky

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Fairchild F22 (none)

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Fairchild F22 (none)

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Fairchild F24 (none)

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Fleet 80 Canuck

-Unique rear window.

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Fleet 80 Canuck

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Fleet 80 Canuck

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Fleet 80 Canuck

-Identifiable through the small rear window.

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Found FBA-2 Bush Hawk

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Found FBA-2 Bush Hawk

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Found FBA-2 Bushhawk

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Found FBA-2 Expedition-350

-Nearly the same as the Bush Hawk, bigger engine and usualy found with the tricycle set up.

-Note the small round air filter under the spinner.

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Funk B (none)

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Funk B85 (none)

-Very round cowling

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Funk B85 (none)

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Globe GC-1A Swift

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Globe/Temco GC-1A Swift

-Has the smiling grill

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Globe/Temco GC-1B Swift

-More powerful engine

-Doesn't have the "smiley face" cowling

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Grumman American AA-1 Trainer

-Could also be seen as the Lynx or Yankee Clipper. Different from the Grumman American AA-5 Cheetah series in that there is usually no spine to the vertical stabilizer and the  cowling openings are usually round.

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Grumman American AA-1 Trainer

-Could also be seen as the Lynx or Yankee Clipper. Different from the Grumman American AA-5 Cheetah series in that there is usually no spine to the vertical stabilizer and the  cowling openings are usually round.

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Grumman American AA-5 Cheetah

-Could be seen as the Cheetah, Traveller, or Tiger.

-Different from the AA-1 Trainer in that the vertical stabilizer has a spine and the cowling openings are usually square.

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Grumman American AA-5 Cheetah

-Could be seen as the Cheetah, Traveller, or Tiger.

-Different from the AA-1 Trainer in that the vertical stabilizer has a spine and the cowling openings are usually square.

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Grumman American AA-5 Cheetah

-Could be seen as the Cheetah, Traveller, or Tiger.

-Different from the AA-1 Trainer in that the vertical stabilizer has a spine and the cowling openings are usually square.

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Harlow PJC-2 (none)

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Harlow PJC-2 (none)

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Helio H-295 Courier

-Could show up as a derivative known as the H-250 Courier which had a lengthened fuselage. One such example is pictured below. Either answer should be acceptable in a write in situation.

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Helio H-295 Courier

-Could show up as a derivative known as the H-250 Courier which had a lengthened fuselage.

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Howard DGA-15 (none)

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Howard DGA-15 (none)

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Howard DGA-15 (none)

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Howard DGA-8 (none)

-Passenger step ladder on right side passenger door

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Interstate S1B Arctic Tern

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Interstate S1B Arctic Tern

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Laird LC-1B-300 (none)

-Edit 5.10.15 Glenn: corrected spelling of manufacturer.

 

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Laird LC-RW450 (none)

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Laird LCW-300 Speedwing

-Only one currently flying

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Lancair (none) Evolution

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Lancair (none) Evolution

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Luscombe 11A Silvaire Sedan

-Edit 10/6 Glenn: Could also be seen as Sedan only, go with Silvaire Sedan for the write in

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Luscombe 11A Silvaire Sedan

-edit 10.31.2014 Justin: Added Silvaire to name of aircraft

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Luscombe 11A Silvaire Sedan

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Luscombe 8A Silvaire

-Triangle cut between trailing edge of flaps and fueselage

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Luscombe 8a Silvaire

-No rear quarter window

-Fabric covered wing

-Cowling has a "dip" in the upper center

-Large slit between flaps and fueselage

 

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Maule M-5 Lunar Rocket

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Maule M-5 Lunar Rocket

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Maule M-7-420 Starcraft Turboprop

-Allison 250 turboprop engine in the nose

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Meyers 200 (none)

-A development of the Meyers MAC-145 (none)

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Meyers 200 (none)

-A development of the Meyers MAC-145 (none)

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Meyers 200 (none)

-Windows are one of the best ways to distinguish this aircraft from the Ryan (none) Navion, the Fuji FA-200 Aero Subaru and other similiar aircraft.

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Meyers MAC-145 (none)

-Later developed into the Meyers 200 (none)

-Retractable gear on a GA tail dragger aircraft

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Meyers MAC-145 (none)

-Later developed into the Meyers 200 (none)

-Retractable gear on a GA tail dragger aircraft

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Mooney M10 Cadet

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Mooney M10 Cadet

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Mooney M18 Mite

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Mooney M20 Chaparral

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Mooney M20F Executive

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Mooney M20G Statesman

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Mooney M20G Statesman

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Mooney M20M Bravo

-Large window down the side combined with an extra air scoop on the right hand lower side of the cowling. Also has the classic Mooney tail.

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Mooney M20M Bravo

-Large window down the side combined with an extra air scoop on the right hand lower side of the cowling.

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Mooney M20TN Acclaim Type S

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Mooney M22 Mustang

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Mooney M22 Mustang

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Murphy M14/(none) Moose

-Has a turbo prop conversion known as the Aerotek (none) T-Moose

Basically a kitplane

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Murphy M14/(none) Moose

-Has a turboprop conversion known as the Aerotek (none) T-Moose

Kit plane

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Navion G-1 Rangemaster

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Navion G-1 Rangemaster

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Noordyun (none) Norseman

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Noordyun (none) Norseman

-Military variant carries the designation UC-64

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Noordyun (none) Norseman

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Papa 51 Thunder Mustang

-Scaled down version of The North American P-51D Mustang

-Better performance, smaller aircraft

-37 produced so far

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Piper J-3 Cub

-Wheel weld meets the strut at the back, rear window is different when compared to the J-2 Cub.

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Piper J-3 Cub

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Piper J-3 Cub

-The back window does not have the same angle as the J-2

-Look at where the wings struts meet the the fuselage; at the back of the wheel weld

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Piper J-3 Cub

-Engine cylinders showing with the window in the back that lacks the angle of a J-2 Cub

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Piper J-3 Cub

-No light in the wing; wing strut meets the fuselage at the back of the wheel weld, and window is not correct to be a J-2 Cub.

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Piper J-4 Cub Coupe

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Piper J-4 Cub Coupe

-Relatively small engine; wing struts meet at the front of the wheel weld

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Piper J-5 Cub Cruiser

-Looks like a 12, 12's usually have lights in the left wing

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Piper PA-12 Super Cruiser

-Intake at the bottom rear of the cowling, the PA-12 does not have flaps as the PA-14 Family Cruiser does.

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Piper PA-12 Super Cruiser

-Piper 90 degree rudder break.

-PA-12 has no flaps the PA-14 Super Cruiser does have flaps.

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Piper PA-14 Family Cruiser

-Piper 90 degree rudder break

-PA-14 has flaps compared to the PA-12 Super Cruiser

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Piper PA-14 Family Cruiser

-Has flaps compared to the PA-12 Super Cruiser which does not have flaps.

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Piper PA-15/17 Vagabond

-Either 15 or 17 is fine for a write in, the differences being the dual control vs single control variant.

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Piper PA-15/17 Vagabond

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Piper PA-16 Clipper

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Piper PA-18 Super Cub

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Piper PA-18 Super Cub

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Piper PA-20 Pacer

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Piper PA-22 Tri-Pacer

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Piper PA-24 Commanche

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Piper PA-24 Commanche

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Piper PA-24 Commanche

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Piper PA-28-140 Cherokee Cruiser

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Piper PA-28-161 Warrior II

-Changes from PA-28-160 Include a tapered wing

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Piper PA-28R-201T Turbo Arrow IV

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Piper PA-32 Lance

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Piper PA-32R-300 Cherokee Lance

 

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Piper PA-32R-301T Turbo Saratoga II

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Piper PA-38 Tomahawk

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Piper PA-38 Tomahawk

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Piper PA-38 Tomahawk

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Piper PA-46-310P Malibu

-Edit 4/13/17 Browne: Can confirm the Malibu Mirage most certainly does not have a turboprop.

-Usually a PA-46-310P if there are two or four prop blades.

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Piper PA-46-310P Malibu

-Could be seen with a turboprop engine as well although which makes it a PA-46350P Malibu Mirage, a more common aircraft. The PA-46-310P rarely has the radar pod under the right wing as well.

-Usually a PA-46-310P if there are only two prop blades.

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Piper PA-46-310P Malibu

-Could be seen with a turboprop engine as well although which makes it a PA-46350P Malibu Mirage, a more common aircraft. The PA-46-310P rarely has the radar pod under the right wing as well.

-Usually a PA-46-310P if there are only two prop blades.

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Piper PA-46-350P Malibu Mirage

-Most of the PA-46-350P aircraft have a radar pod under the right wing and they also have three blades on the prop.

-Could be seen with a turbine engine.

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Piper PA-46-350P Malibu Mirage

-Most of the PA-46-350P aircraft have a radar pod under the right wing and they also have three blades on the prop.

-Could be seen with a turbine engine.

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Piper PA-46-500TP Meridian

-Could also be seen as the Piper PA-46-500TP Malibu Meridian M500

-First off the assembly line model from Piper that has a turbine engine instead of requiring an aftermarket conversion.

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Piper PA-46-500TP Meridian

-Could also be seen as the Piper PA-46-500TP Malibu Meridian M500

-First off the assembly line model from Piper that has a turbine engine instead of requiring an aftermarket conversion.

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Piper PA-46-500TP Meridian

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Piper/Taylor J-2 Cub

-Wing struts meet the wheel weld at the back

-Non standard Piper rudder break is tranfer from the Taylor days

-Rear window has that downward cut unlike the J-3

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Pober P.9 Pixie

-Light aircraft with a couple produced; you never know it could show on a test

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Porterfield 35-70 Flyabout

-Originally built by students at Wyandotte High School and dubbed the Wyandotte Pup before Porterfield bought the design.

-Approximately 230 built, one of the last airworthy models is seen in this paint scheme.

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Quest Aircraft 100 Kodiak

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Quest Aircraft 100 Kodiak

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Rearwin 6000/M Speedster

-Has the rudder break that moves aft of the aircraft. Exhaust may exit the aircraft on the right side out of four pipes.

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Rearwin 6000/M Speedster

-Has the rudder break that moves aft of the aircraft. Exhaust may exit the aircraft on the right side out of four pipes.

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Rearwin 7000/8500/9000 Sportster

-Number designation may vary significantly, in a write in situation 7000 is preferable as more of those aircraft were built than any other model.

-The Swedes also have a license built verssion of the aircraft designated the Götaverken GV-38 (none) which can be closeley associated with the SE-AHG tail designation

-Edit 11/20 Glenn, corrected manufacturer to Rearwin

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Rearwin 7000/8500/9000 Sportster

-May be seen in both configurations with cowling around cylinders or not.

-Number designation may vary significantly, in a write in situation 7000 is preferable as more of those aircraft were built than any other model.

-The Swedes also have a license built verssion of the aircraft designated the Götaverken GV-38 (none) which can be closeley associated with the SE-AHG tail designation

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Rearwin 8135 Cloudster

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Rearwin 8135 Cloudster

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Rearwin/Commonwealth 165/185 Skyranger

-Built in two different batches by two different manufacturers. Rudder break is reversed aft. One window either side of the cockpit.

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Rockwell 100 Darter Commander

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Rockwell 100 Darter Commander

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Rockwell 112 Commander

-No diagonal brace in front window

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Rockwell 114 Commander

-Small diagonal brace in bottom corner of window is not always an indicator between the 114 and 112. Rather three prop blades with the diagonal brace is a solid 114 indication.

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Ryan SCW-145 (none)

-A total of twelve produced. There is a continental inline engine variant of this aircraft. One was impressed into Army Air Corps service and designated the L-10.

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Ryan SCW-145 (none)

-A total of twelve produced. There is a continental inline engine variant of this aircraft. One was impressed into Army Air Corps service and designated the L-10.

-Seen on the nationals 2015 test as the final write in.

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Ryan SCW-145 (none)

-A total of twelve produced. There is a continental inline engine variant of this aircraft. One was impressed into Army Air Corps service and designated the L-10.

-Seen on the Nationals 2015 Rec Test as the final write in.

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Spartan 7W Executive

-Wing tips have a slight bend to them.

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Spartan 7W Executive

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Spartan 7W Executive

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Spartan C3 (none)

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Spartan C3 (none)

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Spartan C4 (none)

-Only 7 built, very few pictures actually exist

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Spartan C5 (none)

-Only 4 built, was only able to locate one picture

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Stinson 108 Voyager

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Stinson 108 Voyager

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Stinson SR-9 Gullwing/Reliant

-Produced in the late 1930's in Wayne, Michigan

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Stinston SB-1 Detroiter

- Biplane, the SM-1 is the mono-plane verison

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Stinson SM-8A Junior

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Taylorcraft BC-12 (none)

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Taylorcraft BC-12D Twosome

-Commonly seen overseas in particular Great Britain although the aircraft was only ever manufactured in the US.

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Taylorcraft BC-12D Twosome/(none)

-Commonly seen overseas, in particular, Great Britain although the aircraft was only ever manufactured in the US.

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Taylorcraft F-19 Sportsman

-Rear window is more rounded than the Taylorcraft F-21 (none). Also the engine cowl opening is somewhat unique, along with exhaust near the front of the cowling.

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Taylorcraft F-21 (none)

-The window in the back of the F-21 differs slightly from the F-19 in that it is more square on the F-21. Also the exhausts from the F-21 extend from under the cowling farther behind than the F-19 Sportsman

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Taylorcraft F-21A/F-22A Classic/Trooper/(none)

-G-BWBI was manufactured as an F-21A and the converted to the tricycle landing gear

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Taylorcraft F19 Sportsman

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Taylorcraft F19 Sportsman

-Rearpassenger window is more rounded than Taylorcraft F-21 (none). Engine cowl intakes are a bit unique, and the exhaust pipes from the F-19 are much further forward that the F-21.

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Texas Turbines (none) Super Otter

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Thorp T-211 (none)

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Vans RV-9A (none)

-Kit plane might not show up on tests

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Varga 2150 Kachina

-Caution may be seen in mock up military colors very similiar to the T-34 Mentor

-Flown very frequently in Europe as well

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Varga 2150 Kachina

-Caution may show up in mock up colors very similiar to that of a T-34 Turbomentor

-Flown fairly frequently in Europe as well

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Waco QDC  (none)

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Waco SRE Aristocrat

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WACO YMF-5 Super

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Windecker AC-7 Eagle

-Only 9 ever built, one converted and used for USAF stealth testing technology

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Aeronca 11AC Chief

-Smaller rear window than 7AC

 

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