I’m the one who is usually asking “What plane is that?” I'm pretty good at identifying them but...
We've been to a few airplane museums around the world where there are some pretty odd antique airplanes.
Mark usually has the answer.
And then there are times when we get readers writing to us and asking about a plane…
And we don’t always have the answer.
So we decided we needed a place to share those questions. If one of our readers out there can help find the answer, we’ll all learn more about antique airplanes.
Scroll on down to ask your questions and see the answers...
And keep reading even if you don't have a question... You might have the answer!
Here's one of Mark's favorites...
So we'll ask the first question...
Do you know what this is?
We saw this one at Oshkosh and at Sun 'n' Fun.
This one should be pretty easy especially since we're giving you the answer...
But it does look kinda odd seeing it from below like this doesn't it?
If we didn't know what is was... someone out there would!
That’s what we’re counting on because sometimes we really do get questions that stump us. We love antique airplanes, but we don’t claim to be experts. There are a whole bunch of people out there that know more about them than we do.
Antique Airplane fans, are you ready to answer some questions?
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Go on... it's easy...
That was just as simple as we said wasn’t it? Thanks for asking… hope we all learn something.
Find 'em, See 'em, Fly,'em! And have a great flight!
Judy and Mark
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