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Colomban MC-15 Cricket "Cri-Cri"

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Bill Babis
Great shot but that just doesn't look right!
Lewis Tripp
Agree
Marty Nemes
wonder if it's ETOPS certified
mike prendergast
Are They spark Plugs? The bloke Looks Happy Enough so Go With The Flow!
jthyland
Briggs and Stratton
Jim Smirh
I don't see how he can safely handle the RC controls...

Watch those tuned pipes when you exit... "NO STEP"
John Yarno
When you put this on, dont for get to zip it up.
John Yarno
Once you put it on, don't forget to zip it up.
bayou
I don’t think it is supposed to be flown that way....should be unoccupied!
ANGELO DROUTSAS
The Colomban Cri-Cri is the smallest twin-engined manned aircraft in the world, designed in the early 1970s by French aeronautical engineer Michel Colomban. The name Cri-Cri comes from the nickname of Christine, one of Colomban's daughters. 'Cri-cri' 'or 'cricri' is also the French term for the sound of a cricket or a ...
Designer‎: ‎Michel Colomban Role‎: ‎Homebuilt recreational aircraft
Jeff Davis
That's some nice work on the engine fairings.. must add a couple of knot's, right?
serge LOTH
Ce cri cri m'a toujours étonné (surtout en navette depuis un Broussard!) excellente photo Jean Pierre
marylou anderson
H-mm.A car that's a plane?--or a plane that's a car? Looks odd for sure
John Yarno
This one you don't fasten the seat belt, you lace it up. :-)
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