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  • SIPA S.20: low-wing trainer aircraft
  • SIPA S.70: twin-engined light transport aircraft
 

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  • SIPA S.121
  • SIPA S.271 derivative of a small civil transport aircraft that could be used for fire support/light ground attack, could have been based on the SIPA 272
  • SIPA S.800
  • SIPA S.903
  • SIPA S.1100 planned turboprop version (Turboméca Bastan) designed by Yves Gardan for COIN/CAS based on French experience in the Algerian war (P&W R-1340)
 

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Hi,


also SIPA S.10,S.11,S.12,S.90,S.91,S.92,S.93,S.94,S.100,S.111,S.112,
S.200,(S.700,S.710 vertical altitude aircraft),(S.800 & S.801 lightweight strike fighters),
S.901,S.902,S.904 and S.2511.


I will check about S.415 and S.430,if they are real or fake ?.
 

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From "aviation magazine" and "le fana de l'aviation"
 

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About the "Antilope " : this design was a Procaer (Frati) one : the design was complete and even some metal cut in Italia .
All was sold to S.I.P.A...


Btw , the similarity of the Antilope with other Frati's designs is striking ...


Here , for example , the F-15 C "Super" and an early 3-views of the "Antilope"
 

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richard said:
Btw , the similarity of the Antilope with other Frati's designs is striking ...
The similarity of any Frati design with any other Frati design is striking.
They all look the same!!! And I don't like them one bit either... ::)
 

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Thanks for the clue with the Italian origins of the Antilope, didn't know that
before. With hindsight it's obvious, although it rather reminded me on Nord 1110,
with its very long nose.

Another SIPA type, although only an experimental aircraft was the
SIPA-GÉRARD "Aile Flottante" from 1960. Based on the NC.853 with a "floating"
wing, following the proposal of André Gérard, it was said to be impossible
to stall.
(Photo originally from Air & Cosmos, shown in JAWA)
 

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hesham said:
Hi,


also SIPA S.10,S.11,S.12,S.90,S.91,S.92,S.93,S.94,S.100,S.111,S.112,
S.200,(S.700,S.710 vertical altitude aircraft),(S.800 & S.801 lightweight strike fighters),
S.901,S.902,S.904 and S.2511.

Hi,


S.220 was probably developed from S.200,but the Project was abandoned.
S.400 was four seat light jet aircraft Project,based on S.200.
S.500 was ground attack aircraft Project.
S.600 was two seat training aircraft Project
S.900 was target,intended to towed by Canberra bomber.


http://www.vignaud.org/Gestion_BD/Recherche.php
 

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Hi,

S.110,S.120 & S.140 was a light and trainer airplane Projects,developed from S.10.
 

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Hi,

here is the list;

S.10 was a French production version of Ar 396
S.11 was a modified version of S.10, powered by Renault 12S engine
S.12 was a All-metal version of S.11
S.20 was a low-wing trainer aircraft
S.30 was a two seat high-wing tourist tailless airplane Project
S.40 -----?
S.50 was a single seat sporting aircraft,powered by one 40 hp Mathis G.2R engine
S.60 -----?
S.70 was a twin engined low-wing light transport aircraft
S.80 -----?
S.90 was a two seat low-wing club trainer aircraft,powered by one 75 hp Mathis G4F engine
S.901 was S.90 fitted with 75 hp Minie 4DC-32 engine
S.902 was S.901 powered by 85 hp Cont. C85-12F engine
S.903 was S.901 powered by 90 hp Con C90-14F engine
S.904 was S.901 powered by 75 hp Salmson 5AQ-01 radial engine
S.91 was S.902 with plywood-covered fuselage and wings
S.92 was S.91 fitted with 85 hp Mathis 4GB-62 engine
S.93 was S.904 with plywood-covered fuselage and wings,and a 75 hp Salmson 5AQ-01 engine
S.94 was S.903 with plywood-covered fuselage and wings,and a 90 hp Cont. C90-8F engine
S.100 was the same as Gardan GY-20 Minicab
S.110 was a two seat trainer aircraft developed from S.10
S.111 was a modified version of S.10,as light attack aircraft
S.112 was also developed from S.10
S.120 was also developed from S.10
S.121 was a modified version of S.10,as a light attack aircraft
S.130 -----?
S.131 was a development of S.121,with narrow fuselage and a 450 hp P & W engine,prototype ordered,but later cancelled
S.140 was developed from S.10,maybe a Project only
S.200 was mid-wing two seat light sporting jet aircraft
S.210 -----?
S.220 was probably developed from S.200,but the Project was abandoned
S.261 was a re-engined 180 hp Lycoming O-360-A1A,from Boisavia B.260 Anjou
S.262 was a improved version of S.262,could accommodated six seat,Project only
S.270 was a high-wing twin engined light transport monoplane Project
S.271 was a derivative of a small civil transport aircraft that could be used for fire support/
light ground attack
S.272 was a twin engined low-wing utility transport monoplane Project
S.273 was a improved version of S.272,powered by two 600 hp Astazou engines
S.300 was a tandem two seat primary jet trainer aircraft
S.300R & S.300M were developed from S.300
S.400 was four seat light jet aircraft Project,based on S.200
S.500 was ground attack aircraft Project
S.600 was two seat training aircraft Project
S.700 was a single seat vertical altitude jet interceptor Project
S.710 was improved S.700
S.800 was a ground attack and light bomber jet aircraft Project
S.801 was developed from S.800,but fitted with Hispano-Suiza
S.900 was target,intended to be towed by Canberra bomber
S.1000 was a single seat low-wing civil utility monoplane,powered by one 90 hp Cont. C-90-8F
engine
S.1100 was a mid-high-wing twin engined observation,ground attack and COIN monoplane,
powered by two 610 hp Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp 9 engines
S.1100B was a twin engined high-wing transport version of S.1100,Project only
S.1110 maybe a developed version of S.1100
S.1120 was a improved version of S.1100,Project only
S.1130 was a development of S.1100,to be high-wing aircraft,with minor changes,Project only
S.1200 was a delta wing target drone
S.2510 (also called S.251) was a 4/5 low-wing light monoplane 665 hp Turbomeca Astazou X
turboprop engines
S.2511 was improved version of S.2510,maybe Project only


Any additions or corrections are welcome
 
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Hi,

here is a small Info about SIPA S.131 Project,from Le Fana 440.
 

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The SIPA S-10 / 11 /12, which were french clones of the Arado, served in Algeria, armed with machine guns and rockets. Must have been quite a sight, as there were also T-6, and Morane Saulnier, all of them WWII vintage trainers... :eek:
 

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From Ailes 3/8/1957,

I found this strange designation,SIPA S.1200,as a delta wing target drone,do I translate right ?.
 

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From L+K 23/1969,

S.100 was the same as GY-20 Minicab.
 

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