EDGAR PERCIVAL EP9

The EP9 was Edgar Percival’s last design to reach production. Twenty-seven examples were built, mostly for export as crop-sprayers and light utility aircraft

HOOKS’ TOURS

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Mike Hooks began his aviation photography career in 1945 with a simple box camera, moving on to an Ensign folding camera in about 1948, and later to a Voigtlander Vito B. He converted to colour in the 1950s, and went on to build one of the UK’s most extensive archives of Kodachrome transparencies

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