Caudron 445 Goeland
4 decal variants
1. Caudron 445 Goéland of a Polish Training Division, France 1940
2. Caudron 445 Goéland, Aeronavalé, Rochenfort, France, May 1940
3. Caudron 445 Goéland, La Sénia, Algeria, January 1943
4. Caudron 445 Goéland, ex-Vichy transport Aircraft, 1944
Caudron C-455 was a conventionally configured low-wing cantilever monoplane with tailwheel undercarriage. The main undercarriage units retracted into the engine nacelles. Construction was wooden throughout, with wooden skinning everywhere but the forward and upper fuselage sections, which were skinned in metal. As usually configured, the cabin seated six passengers with baggage compartments fore and aft, and a toilet aft.
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