Air Enthusiast 1998-03
P-63C-5-BE 44-4030 while operated by an unknown unit, at Tours in 1946.
Henri Fabre’s Hydravion being flown at Marseilles by Jean Been, April 1911.
A classic RAF portrait, Vickers Valentias of 216 Squadron over the Pyramids.
A Lepere airframe in the Packard Motor Car Co plant with a mock-up installation of the Bugatti engine.
The LUSAC 21. Note the four-bladed airscrew. A LUSAC 11 is behind. As far as is known, the airframes were identical except for the engine installation. The machine depicted here does not have a serial number displayed but it may be 40024 which was flown for a short time at McCook Field.
‘Round-Out’ in AE71 gave details of the Gerner IIR training biplane and its Pobjoy-engined version. Following requests, herewith a three-view of the original Adler Gerner IIC.