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Robert Straub, e-mail, 24.01.2023 00:29

I saw a beautiful Potez 36 at a suburban Paris airport in July, 1953. It
was a cloudy day and a few French lightplanes including the Potez 36 were being prepared for flight. The Potez was first to take off and made several circuits above the grassy field - a beautiful sight.

I forget the registration but it may have been F-AMEI. The airplane was radial powered, blue and silver with a black pin stripe on the fuselage and black registration letters.


Robert Straub, e-mail, 24.01.2023 00:28

I saw a beautiful Potez 36 at a suburban Paris airport in July, 1953. It
was a cloudy day and a few French lightplanes including the Potez 36 were being prepared for flight. The Potez was first to take off and made several circuits above the grassy field - a beautiful sight.

I forget the registration but it may have been F-AMEI. The airplane was radial powered, blue and silver with a black pin stripe on the fuselage and black registration letters.


Barry, 05.03.2018 17:01

That is the oddest looking radial engine I have ever seen.


Matt Jones, e-mail, 11.02.2018 05:43

Hello! Was the Potez 36 dual control? Would the passenger have been ablento assume control? Thanks!


Bruno Ceriotti, e-mail, 24.05.2009 01:34

guillermo es vecino mio... admirables sus trabajos y de envidiar su paciencia... Certifico que si se embarca en este proyecto va a quedar 10 puntos... Abrazo grande!


guillermo, e-mail, 14.01.2009 12:07

Buen dia: soy Guillermo de GalveZ, Santa Fe Argentina y practico el aeromodelismo a escala. Me intereso este avion por ser un modelo llamativo, hermoso y se me hace que es de vuelo muy lento. Me interesaria conseguir los planos y fotos del mismo para una buena maqueta.




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