Registration Help, Please...

Hello, IFC,

I would like to know what the registration of this aircraft is but it’s not written on the plane itself and the plane is not on FR24 since it’s a GA plane.
Please help me find the registration or tell me what it is.
Thanks!
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Looks like a Cessna, but unfortunately the invisible ink scan found no registration.

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Look for the registration? Yikes, this is like ‘Where is Waldo’…

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Umm, I think you’re in trouble here, mate. This aircraft could literally be any of thousands of Cessna’s built, let alone painted in that livery. We aren’t magicians, we can’t make a registration pop out of nowhere, sorry bud. :/ It’s is a Cessna 150 for your info (if you didn’t already know)

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You’re probably out of luck, the reg might be on top of the wings or something. If you know which flight school / airfield it’s based at you might be able to trace it back.

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It’s at KRNT (Renton Municipal)

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I think I found it!

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Cessna 172 not a 152. Second the Registrstion is usually on the rudder or the aft part of the fuelage. Judging by the airplane it looks to be a 75-78 Cessna 172 so it’s more than likely on the rudder very small

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Found this photo here by typing " grey and red cessna 150 at KRNT"
This is it’s page: https://www.airliners.net/photo/Thai-Lion-Air/Boeing-737-9-MAX/4879301
Can someone find the reg, now?

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I found it! It is on the tail of the picture above this message!

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N61786 is the registration @Robertine

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Here is the link. https://www.airliners.net/photo/-/Cessna-172M-Skyhawk/5486303

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Thank you so much! @baseball_inferno

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You’re welcome!

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Hello, I need help again with this one:
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It took of from KRNT if that helps…
Does anyone know what plane and reg it is?

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Registrastion: N664RC

Idk about the plane, but for starters it’s a seaplane.

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Wow! How did you know?

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I downloaded the picture, then zoomed in.

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Ok, I’ve identified the aircraft as a

De Haviland Canada DHC-2 Beaver.

It was the closest model I could find that matched your aircraft in the pic the most :)

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