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Discussion in 'Aircraft Pictures' started by Snautzer01, Dec 9, 2014.
Would make a great sightseeing airplane. "Now off the your right you see..."
But it's so slow it would be a case of "...and you can still see it. It's not gone yet! Yes, it's still there!" etc etc.
The Amiot 143 - more of a flying suitcase than the Handley Page Hampden!
More like a flying wardrobe!
I like French aircraft, fascinating subject. I'm probably wrong, but I thought I saw an interior photo of the Amiot 143 showing dual flying controls so you could also fly it from that front ventral glassed area?
Here's the Amiot 150 BE floatplane - a development from the 143 but with a revised tail and a larger wing surface...
Now that one I had not seen. You are correct on the dual controls Another set was on the bottom.
Just in case you wanna fly it upside down
Ahhh....yes, that's the one - thanks Vick!
Now that's going to take a few rolls of duct tape and some Bondo.
Good shots! Thanks for sharing.
Amazing what can be done with an old workshop building and a few planks of wood ...............