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SIAI S.204 light twin project

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Hi,

the SIAI S.204 was twin engined light aircraft project,it powered either
by piston engines or Pratt & Whitney PT-6 or Turbomeca Astaz Turboprops,
has anybody a drawing for it ?.

http://www.flightglobal.com/pdfarchive/view/1964/1964%20-%201035.html?search=%20SIAI
 

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By the way,

the SIAI S.206 was a six-seat version of S.205,but never built.
 

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hesham said:
Hi,

the SIAI S.204 was twin engined light aircraft project,it powered either
by piston engines or Pratt & Whitney PT-6 or Turbomeca Astaz Turboprops,
has anybody a drawing for it ?.
http://www.flightglobal.com/pdfarchive/view/1964/1964%20-%201035.html?search=%20SIAI

The drawing below was published in the magazine Der Flieger 11/1965.
 

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Excellent my dear Boxkite,

thank you very much.
 

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...I have also, this version of the three-view drawing...
Nico
 

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Mmm... a forerunner for the General Avia (now Vulcanair) Canguro??
 

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I don't think so, Peppe:
the Canguro was a product of the pencil of Eng. Stelio Frati, designed some years later as the Procaer F.30 Skytruck and then restyled as the General Avia F-600 Canguro. Then SIAI-Marchetti bought the design and labelled it SF-600 Canguro, then SF-600TP, meaning Turboprop, and introducing a retracting gear. Now the project is property of Vulcanair but I dont know its current status

Nico
 

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Nico said:
I don't think so, Peppe:
the Canguro was a product of the pencil of Eng. Stelio Frati, designed some years later as the Procaer F.30 Skytruck and then restyled as the General Avia F-600 Canguro. Then SIAI-Marchetti bought the design and labelled it SF-600 Canguro, then SF-600TP, meaning Turboprop, and introducing a retracting gear. Now the project is property of Vulcanair but I dont know its current status

Nico

Thank you Nico;

but the F.30 was called Airtruck and it was 9/11 seat light transport aircraft,
not built but developed into F.600.
 

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Nico said:
I don't think so, Peppe:
the Canguro was a product of the pencil of Eng. Stelio Frati, designed some years later as the Procaer F.30 Skytruck and then restyled as the General Avia F-600 Canguro. Then SIAI-Marchetti bought the design and labelled it SF-600 Canguro, then SF-600TP, meaning Turboprop, and introducing a retracting gear. Now the project is property of Vulcanair but I dont know its current status

Nico

Thanks for the info Nico.

A couple of years ago I visited Vulcanair, with De Feo, and I saw a lot of Observer and at least (if I remember well) one Canguro, it seemed to be in filghtworthy conditions....
 

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hesham said:
By the way,

the SIAI S.206 was a six-seat version of S.205,but never built.


Has anyone a drawing to this Project ?.
 

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