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cluttonfred

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There is definitely some sort of misunderstanding here. I can't imagine any circumstances under which a 32 hp engine would be suitable for a two-seat military trainer, especially not during that time period.
 

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Agreed. The cowling looks too large ... and most 32 cv powerplants of that time are 2-cylinder horizontally-opposed engines like that of the D 5.
 

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Apophenia said:
Agreed. The cowling looks too large ... and most 32 cv powerplants of that time are 2-cylinder horizontally-opposed engines like that of the D 5.
My dear Apophenia;

that was my thought from your early reply.
 

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That looks like a development of the Joly Motoplaneur or E-1 of 1933. Here's a photograph of that which, I think, has its source in Les Ailes (but, regrettably, I don't have the issue date noted)
 

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avion ancien said:
That looks like a development of the Joly Motoplaneur or E-1 of 1933. Here's a photograph of that which, I think, has its source in Les Ailes (but, regrettably, I don't have the issue date noted)
Yes my dear Avions,but maybe it looks like D.1 ?.
 
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