Hurel-Dubois HD-34 (F-BICV) of the Institut Geographique National (IGN) preserved at Creil-Senlis airfield (CSF). It was used for photographic surveys. The type was a development of manufacturer's earlier commercial transports. The first prototype flew in February 26, 1957, and only eight were built, all for IGN. Photographs of this particular aircraft here.
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By: Hinkkanen
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@ 2006-05-16 18:32:07
Hink, I checked out the photos at the More Info link, and all I can say is that that plane really looks French.

An old joke:
Heaven: French cooks, English police, German engineers, Italian lovers, Swiss bankers

Hell: English cooks, German police, French engineers, Swiss lovers, Italian bankers
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@ 2006-05-18 16:04:57
French elegance...
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