Must have been an attractive registration, F-WEAI, for some obscure reason.
I have a picture of an F-WEAI with SCAM C-50 01 on the tail. However, that F-WEAI is a high wing 4-seater with cantilever wing and attributed to Mr. G.R. Hamel and reportedly flown late-1940s.
Engine is reported as 140-160hp,. but no make/model.
Have the pic in a Word Document, but have not yet mastered to transfer it as jpg. to the forum.
Avions Français 1944 á 1965 is one of the publications to have a picture of the "Nenadovitch"F-WEAI, but calls that F-WEAI the C-50 Milane II.
Since the high wing aircraft carries both SCAM and C-50 markings, I tend to believe that is correct. But why then call the Milane II also C-50?