Caproni, two-seat biplane

This model is most likely the work of manufacturer Caproni. Although it is distinguished by its upper wing, its design is very similar to that of the Caproni Ca 113. This is probably a subsequent research for a two-seat version. The shape of the upper wing, which virtually affects the fuselage on the Ca.113, was then changed into two distinct wings to allow a second place in the center.

The origin of the model, its similarities with the Ca. 113 and the letter "C" (followed by an illegible number) engraved on the left side of the fuselage are so many indicators for the Italian manufacturer to be creditted with this study.