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ID a 1930's-40's aircraft

You specifically asked about the tail structure which is very unusual. The closest match I believe is the prototype de Havilland DH.91 Albatross, and would have a more obvious British / Canadian ...
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ID a 1930's-40's aircraft

I cannot provide a full answer, but I'm providing more clues if that can help a fellow poster: Possible model The aircraft seems to be a variant of Model 14 Super Electra , the Hudson, used during WW2 ...
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ID a 1930's-40's aircraft

Based on a comment by community member "mins", I took a look around. Mins initially thought it was the Lockheed Electra Model 10, but that didn't look quite right to me. "Mins" ...
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What type of aircraft do Tintin and Captain Haddock use on their way to Peru in "The Seven Crystal Balls"?

It bears a distinct resemblance to a Short Sunderland, except that it lacks the gun turrets. The shape of the hull, the fin, the engine configuration, the cockpit, the forward observation window (a ...
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Help ID a biplane my Dad flew as a late 1920's barnstormer

This is a 1924 Martin 70 Commercial G-CAVE. It was an unsuccessful aircraft from the Glenn L. Martin Company, only two or three being built. G-CAVE started life as NC2545 (manufacturer serial no.96), ...
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