Doing various format changes to the pages.
Beaty Model 1
Beijing University of Aeronautics & Astronautics M-16
Bachwansky SNB 3-75
Yvan Makhonine stowable-rotor aircraft
Granville Gee Bee Sportster racing autogyro
Sun Helicopter Model 1
American Air Jet "Air Jet"
Bodo Franke Frankocopter / "Volkscopter"
More on the Volkscopter, translated from here: http://svammelsurium.blogg.se/2011/may/frankes-folkopter.html
Bode Franke, a former engineer at Messerschmitt had a vision of a "Volkscopter" every man's helicopter when the ban on the manufacture of flying vehicles in Germany had been relaxed. A Volkscopter became iallfall, compact prototype that could carry three people with a cruising speed of 160km / h. Interestingly enough, the counter-rotating rotors instead of the tail and stabilizer. The price was supposed to be $ 15,475, but so far it was not Volkskoptern, the year was the 1958th.
Cho Dong Ho helicopter
Astro Kinetics Dynafan
Brown helicopter (BAPC-96)
Three more: (Walter, you're epic)
Clouser CG-1 Gnat
Yes, but not yet. Walter is updating me via email. So far he has sent me all the above, so stay tuned for more if possible.
Curtis Wright CW-2 "Flymobile" / "Wekcopter"
DeGraw RDX1091 Hummingbird / Synchropter
De Lackner Model 125 "Cloud-Buster"
Dechaux / Helicop-Jet "Helicop-Jet"
Enstrom homebuilt helicopter of 1957
Bristol Type 194
DeGraw RDX-103 Gyrhino
Delta Helicopters D2 ("Delta 2")
Handley Page Gyrojet
Handley Page HP-120 Mk.4 Flying Jeep
Handley Page Flying Haflinger
Percival / Silver City Airways ''Crane-and-Pod'' helicopter
Westland High-Speed Naval helicopter
Travis, you're late by a year or two... I thought you'd already have those Westland aircraft up WAAAAY back then!
Honestly I thought I did already as well. I was even shocked that I didn't have that Bristol project up yet.
Had fun with the Convair 49 page. Lots of goodies added, including the Youtube video.
Dioferr Diora KX165 / KX170
Djuric Lala 1
Until I get a better system, there is a fairly simple way to indicate their origin. Paste the name of the aircraft in the search box at the main site and you will get a page to the aircraft, plus the page that indicates it's place of origin.
Moscow Aviation Institute MAI-205
Kazan Helicopter Plant "Ansat 3 Maksimum"
Driggers "Prop-Copter" / Vert-X (USA)
Ducournau HLM-01 (France)
Duncan Xantus (USA) -- This one made my day.
Dynali H2 (Belgium)
Westland-VFW-Fokker P.277 "Fledermaus" (Germany)
Eagle Helicopters Eagle / Phoenix Model 228 (USA)
Edwards NAFE-1 (UK)
Eurocopter Bluecopter (France/International)
Exel Model 100 "Exelicopter" (USA)
Walter, if you're reading this, I didn't add the EMG Engineering helicopter becase I already have pages on these ones, notably one on the EMG-300 and it's indexed as "EMG Engineering / Gluhareff EMG-300", previously "Gluhareff EMG-300".
Yomiuri Y-1 (Japan)
Campbell Curlew (UK)
Campbell "Cricket" (UK)
Penn-Smith Gyroplane (UK)
WHE Airbuggy (UK)
Vos Springbok (South Africa)
Wigal autogyro (Origin unknown)
Schmidt Paracopter Model 2 (Origin unknown)
Carson Super C-4 (USA)
Skyway AC-35 (USA)
Beechcraft project (Unknown)
Wigal Autogyro = USA.
Schmidt Paracopter = USA.
Beechcraft Project - I don't really think it is a project, just a test aircraft !
From earlier on your origins unknown listings
Phillips Phillicopter = Australia.
Ben Showers = USA.
Pawnee = USA.
Yanagisawa = Japan.
Load Ranger = USA.
Regarding the Beechcraft, I'm going to keep it up since I still don't know exactly why it was modified like this.
Also from your origins unknown, the Zeus is from the USA. More details here
Thanks, I've moved it to the appropriate section.
Convertawings Model E (USA)
PZL-Swidnik SM-5 "Jaszczurka"
PZL-Swidnik SM-7 Sójka
Kayaba Ka-2 (Japan)
And other Doman aircraft added to the list, but no pages yet.