Es muß nicht immer Kaviar sein

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Es muß nicht immer Kaviar sein DVD cover.

Movie (1961)
French title : C'est pas toujours du caviar

O. W. Fischer (Thomas Lieven)
Eva Bartok (Vera)
Senta Berger (Chantal)
Geneviève Cluny (Mimi)

(Synopsis needed)

Morane-Saulnier MS-502 Criquet

Kaviar1 MS502.jpg

Reg. F-BAUU is given for a Morane-Saulnier MS-500 (c/n 57 with the Argus inverted V8 engine). This radial engine is probably a late upgrade as MS-502 (engine seems to be the Salmson 9AB 230 HP).

Kaviar1 F-BAUU.jpg

Fauvel AV.22

Reg. F-CCGK first Fauvel AV.22 (built in 1956).

Kaviar1 Fauvel AV22 F-CCGK.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft

Possibly F-CAEK AVIA 40P c/n 20. General layout seems good but the wing (more like the AVIA 41P minus its struts). Please note that AVIA stands here for Ateliers Vosgiens d'Industrie Aéronautique, not the Italian manufacturer.

Kaviar1 planeur.jpg

The Fauvel is now on the hangar's threshold. Unidentified aircraft between the three Morane-Saulnier.

Kaviar1 airfield.jpg

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Diesmal muß es Kaviar sein (2. Teil / 2nd part)