FABULOUS FELINE

DUXFORD-BASED CLASSIC WINGS HAS ADDED A HANDSOME CANADIAN-BUILT HARVARD TO ITS PLEASURE FLIGHT OPERATION. EDITOR CHRIS CLIFFORD TELLS ITS STORY AND ENJOYS TIME AT THE CONTROLS

CLASSIC WINGS

HARVARD FLIGHT

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Classic Wings’ new Harvard Mk.IIb looks resplendent in its yellow RCAF livery.
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Note the circular counterbalance weights either side of the propeller boss. These must be left in the closed position on engine shut-down to prevent moisture ingress and corrosion.
MATTHEW ROBERTS

Many visitors to the Imperial War Museum Duxford will have noticed Dragon Rapides and Tiger Moths giving flights to keen enthusiasts… but now there’s a new machine in town.

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