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PostSubject: Help ID'ing likely L-5 frame wreckage   Fri Apr 17, 2015 3:29 am

Dear L-Birds,

I'm posting this in the L-5 folder, but preface this message that the wreck in question could be another type.

I was sent this photo of a, tubular frame of a Liaison aircraft from World War II.

Photo reference:
http://pacificwrecks.com/aircraft/liaison/pdg/liaison.html

This is the only photo I have, sorry and isn't very high resolution.

Does the community agree this is an L-5? And, from this photo is there any way to confirm that or tell if a sub-type of that variant?

Thank you,
Justin
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