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#7032 Aeroflot - Kamov Ka-26D (CCCP-26001)

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Kamov Ka-26D (CCCP-26001) in a fake livery of Aeroflot (Аэрофлот) at the Technik Museum Speyer (Germany)
This Kamov Ka-26 was build in 1973 and original flew as CCCP-24054 in Russia and from 1974 to 1985 as D-HBAU for City Bau AG in Germany.
It never flew for Aeroflot and came to the Technik Museum Sinsheim in May 1987 with the fake registration CCCP-26001.

The Kamov Ka-26 (NATO reporting name Hoodlum) is a Soviet light utility helicopter with co-axial rotors.
The Ka-26 entered production in 1969 and only 816 have been built until 1985.

The Technik Museum Sinsheim (Sinsheim Museum of Technology) is a technology museum with a strong emphasis on motorized means of transport.
It has been located in the town of Sinsheim (south-east of Heidelberg) in the German state of Baden-Württemberg since its opening in 1981. The two supersonic airliners Concorde and Tupolev Tu-144, which are standing together, are the most striking attraction, but the museum has several collections. The collection includes: aircraft, classic vintage cars, racing- and classic motorcycles, racy sports cars, Formula One legends, extensive militaria, mechanical, rarities and fashions. The museum was founded by car enthusiasts, with the entrepreneur Eberhard Layher as initiator. In addition, the museum also features an IMAX 3D cinema with state-of-the-art 4K technology and a 22x27 metre (about 72x88 ft) projection screen. The museum is connected to the Technik Museum Speyer (Speyer Museum of Technology) in the city of Speyer, which is 34 kilometres (21 mi) to the west.