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Hi,

the Caudron C.31 was a twin engined four seat tourist biplane aircraft of 1919.
 

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Hi,

the Caudron C.34 was developed from C.33,as a military aircraft A3-B3,or three
seat observation or day bomber aircraft.
 

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Hi,

the Caudron C.35 was developed from C.33 as a four seat light transport aircraft,but
powered by two Rhone 9Z engine.
 

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Hi,

the Caudron C.41 was a four-seat tourist aircraft developed from C.33 in 1922,powered
by two Anzani engines.
 

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If you're planning on sharing only designations like you do, why not post the whole shebang in the Designations section once and for all, instead of all these one-line posts?
 

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Hi,

the Caudron C.49 was a six-seat three engined biplane light transport aircraft,
modified from C.39.
 

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the Caudron C.53 was a project for two-seat night bomber of 1921,powered by four
260 hp Salmson CM9 engines.
 

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From a french website, two photos of the newly seeable Caudron C-714R racer (foreseen to contest for the world's fastest terrestrial plane just before the beginning of WW2) from the french Musée de l'Air in Le Bourget/Paris

http://img15.hostingpics.net/pics/785899image714.jpg

http://img15.hostingpics.net/pics/282702image441.jpg
 

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From the book; Les Avions Caudron Volume II,by Andre Hauet,

here is a drawing to Caudron C.940,a low-wing twin engined transport postal monoplane
Project,powered by two 500 hp Renault 913 engines,but this design submitted for 1941
competition for postal aircraft,the only tender I suggest it was involved,the Air Couzinet
AC-103.
 

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hesham said:
the Caudron C.53 was a project for two-seat night bomber of 1921,powered by four
260 hp Salmson CM9 engines.
The Caudron C.55 was two-seat four engined attack Project version of C.53.
 

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the C.57 was a two-seat tourist biplane,powered by one 130 hp Clerget engine,based on C.51.
 

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the C.64 was a two-seat basic trainer biplane,developed from C.51 in 1922,but a larger version.
 

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the C.71 & C.72 was a four engined transport Projects of 1922,powered by four 180 hp
Hispano-Suiza 8 Ab engines.
 

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the C.77 was a single seat trainer version of C.59,intended to compete in 1923 Et.1 contest.
 

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the C.79 was a single seat in category Et.1,single seat trainer aircraft intended for
Coupe Michelin of 1923.
 

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the C.80 was a two seat training biplane,intended for Spain and Argentina.
 

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the C.20 was a single seat army cooperation and light bomber aircraft of 1917,powered by one 180 hp
Gnome Monosoupape engine.
 

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the C.93 was a single engined four-sea light transport biplane aircraft of 1923,powered
by one 300 hp Lorraine 12 Fe engine.

The C.92 was powered by one 400 hp Lorraine 12 Db engine.
 

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Thank you my dear Apophenia,

the C.85 was a two seat tourist biplane derivative of C.59,powered by one
130 hp Clerget 9 Ba engine.
 

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the C.75 was three engined transport biplane Project of 1923,powered by three 240 hp Lorraine
8 Bb engines.
 

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the C.94 was developed from C.91,but powered by one 420 hp Gnome-Rhone
Jupiter engine.
 

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the C.98 was a C.91 derivative,intended as a racer aircraft for Coupe Zenith,powered
by one 230 hp Salmson 9 Ab engine.
 

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Hi,

the C.112 was itself C.109 but fitted with 80 hp Blackburn Cirrus II engine or 50 hp Anzani engine.
 

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the C.116 was a three seat touring seaplane version of C.109 (on floats),powered by one 95 hp Salmson
7 Ac engine.
 

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Hi,

for the C.112 it was from 1928 and C.116 was from 1929.

The C.126 was a two-seat touring biplane led to develop C.127 & C.128,powered by one
150 ho Clerget 9 Bd engine in 1926.

The C.129 was developed from C.128 two seat biplane,but powered by one 90 hp
Anzani 10C engine.
 

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the C.141 was developed from C.140,but powered by one 230 hp Lorraine
7 Ma engine.
 

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the C.160 was two-seat trainer biplane,based on C.68,but larger in size and powered
by one 65 hp Salmson 5 Ac engine,year 1926.
 

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the C.165 was a two-seat touring biplane,developed from C.68 ,but powered by one
70 hp Anzani engine in 1924.
 

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the C.169 was a two-seat biplane,developed from C.68,but fitted with Salmson
5 Ac engine,Project of 1928.
 

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the C.172 was a two-seat observation biplane,developed from C.170,but fitted with
Lorraine 12 Eb engine in 1928.
 

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the C.181 was a three engined colonial aircraft,powered by three 300 hp Gnome-
Rhone K-7 engine,year 1931.
 

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the C.231 was a two-seat touring biplane,developed from C.230,but fitted with
Lorraine engine,year 1930.
 

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the C.285 was developed from C.280,fitted with one 120 hp Salmson 9 Ac engine,
Project of 1933.
 

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the C.540 was airplane Project,powered by one 170 hp 6 Pfi engine,maybe a light or racer aircraft,no
more details are known.
 

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the C.550 was a racer monoplane Project,in two versions,first was based on C.500 and the second
was based on C.530.
 

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the C.107 was from a family of C.101,but powered by one 500 ho Salmson 18 Cmb engine in 1925.

The C.636 was a four seat touring airplane of 1938,derivative from C.630,with a metal fuselage.
 

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the C.815 was a single seat glider Project,abandoned because Fouga used the same number.
 

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hesham said:
the C.550 was a racer monoplane Project,in two versions,first was based on C.500 and the second
was based on C.530.
My dear Apophenia,

please correct this aircraft Project from Caudron list,and for C.540,it was anther project;

the C.540 was airplane Project,powered by one 170 hp 6 Pfi engine,maybe a light or racer aircraft,no more details are known.
 

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From Le Fana 146,

a clearer view to R-300.
 

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hesham said:
From Le Fana 146,

a clearer view to R-300.
Hi !

The drawing is interresting (and I knew it because I have the old Fana from 1984) but there is a difference of position of the canopy between upper view and side view, the twice seeming closed ... What is the good position ?.. The planned engine was'nt a Renault, but a double boxer four cylinders (8 "stagered" cylinders) Chaise which was never build (We guess it on the drawing).
 
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