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LASTWOODSMAN, Image # 3934215 Sep 17 21:26

This is the Sig "Customaire" 20" biplane kit # FF-26 $24.50 (no exact scale as it was not a real plane) - but reminiscent of the classic WACO cabin biplanes of the 1930's.
LASTWOODSMAN, Comment for image # 3932012 Sep 17 09:40
James - that's a great article on the Ecroupe "Seacooupe" floats!
jgood, Comment for image # 3932011 Sep 17 13:37
Thanks! A little more history on the 'Seacoupe'. https://www.mail-archive.com/coupers@mailinglist.net/msg00732.html
jgood, Comment for image # 3930311 Sep 17 13:34
OK, that's added for ya!
rgood, Comment for image # 3932010 Sep 17 17:50
That is very nice LW!
LASTWOODSMAN, Image # 3932010 Sep 17 15:25

And one for our resident Ercoupe pilot enthusiast.
LASTWOODSMAN, Image # 3931709 Sep 17 16:58

ALASKA FLOATPLANE
LASTWOODSMAN, Image # 3931609 Sep 17 16:53

Mark IV NORSEMAN
LASTWOODSMAN, Image # 3931509 Sep 17 16:47

LASTWOODSMAN, Image # 3931409 Sep 17 16:43

BELLANCA on skis
LASTWOODSMAN, Image # 3931309 Sep 17 16:42

Fleet 80 "CANUCK" on skis
LASTWOODSMAN, Image # 3931209 Sep 17 16:39

THREE YELLOW BEAVER FLOAT PLANES IN ALASKA
LASTWOODSMAN, Image # 3930908 Sep 17 11:51

Nooduyn "NORSEMAN" with floats and Canadian Pacific (CP) Railway 'Selkirks' (locomotives)
LASTWOODSMAN, Comment for image # 3930308 Sep 17 11:45
and here http://eaavintage.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/2010-Vol.-38-No.-03-Fleet-Canuck.pdf
LASTWOODSMAN, Comment for image # 3930308 Sep 17 11:42
link here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fleet_Canuck
LASTWOODSMAN, Comment for image # 3930308 Sep 17 11:38
This kit has floats, not skis.
LASTWOODSMAN, Image # 3930808 Sep 17 11:34

"Beaver" with a canoe strapped to the floats
LASTWOODSMAN, Comment for image # 3930508 Sep 17 11:20
This is the "narrow-waisted" Fleet 80 "CANUCK". iT had a 34 foot Wingspan and was 22 feet long, with a delicate under camber on the lower fuse. It had five basic instruments and a compass. It had a very roomy 40" wide cockpit, which was remarkable for its day. It had two seats side by side and dual control sticks for training. It was a "CULT" aircraft with a vintage 1946 look. It was a tough, rugged, and exceptionally roomy, and forgiving, 2-seater.
LASTWOODSMAN, Comment for image # 3930208 Sep 17 11:14
THIS PIC SAYS IT ALL !! A moonlit winter flight in a ski-equipped Noorduyn "NORSEMAN" to a remote wilderness cabin at the far end of the lake. You can see the smoke coming from the woodstove chimney, and the faint yellow-orange of the windows, and the snow covered roof.
LASTWOODSMAN, Image # 3930708 Sep 17 07:30

KETCHIKAN ALASKA
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