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HB-RDH

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F+W C-3605

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Paul Wisgerhof
Originally a target towing plane according to the internet. Interesting center of gravity problem.
Alan Brown
Great photo! Thanks again for a plane I had to track down to find out about.
Dick Nieuwendyk
Great shot - beautiful sleek bird.
jobeard
The F+W C-3605, nicknamed Schlepp ("Tug") or "Alpine Anteater", was a target towing aircraft operated by the Swiss Air Force from 1971–1987.

see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/F%2BW_C-3605

Very interesting, thanks for the post
peterjp5
That thing just looks cool!
John Turanin
Looks like a mutant Il2 Sturmovik for some odd reason....
bpforest
Looks like an ME nose, a Zero canopy and a Connie tail. The impression of a layman. Just an impression. Flying Platypus. Fascinating.
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