New Wonder Plane Dublin Issue 1942

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  • The aircraft seen here, with the Serial Number NX28993, is an Eshelman Flying Flounder.

    It's odd that the commentator identifies the inventor at 00:32 as "Nelson Edwards", as the inventor was actually Cheston Lee Eshelman. (I can find no record of an aircraft inventor/designer called Nelson Edwards). You'll find Eshelman's details, (inc mention of NX28993) here...

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chesto
    n_Lee_Eshelman



    jamied 16th May 2012
  • That's strange!

    British Pathé 10th Aug 2012

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