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Not Tempsford

Forum: Historic Aviation
Post date: 27th February 2002 - 15:30
Author: Moggy C

[updated:LAST EDITED ON 27-02-02 AT 03:33 PM (GMT)]Just a little pic from my archives Moggy Attachments:

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'Night Flight'-The Verdict

Forum: Historic Aviation
Post date: 3rd February 2002 - 00:11
Author: Bluebird Mike

So, what did you all make of it then?

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Pic Of The Day-03/03/02!!

Forum: Historic Aviation
Post date: 3rd March 2002 - 08:22
Author: KabirT

now this baby has an awsome paint scheme on it..... Attachments:

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Has it been sold?

Forum: Historic Aviation
Post date: 26th February 2002 - 15:35
Author: SADSACK

Is it true the Pink Spits been sold, if so who? I guess an American?

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Pic Of The Day-24/02/02!!

Forum: Historic Aviation
Post date: 24th February 2002 - 07:06
Author: KabirT

A Hawker Hart of the IAF, in flight Attachments:

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Don't let him fly it Charlie !!!!!!!!!!!!

Forum: Historic Aviation
Post date: 24th February 2002 - 22:00
Author: philo

Charlie Brown has the right idea here, concentrate on the pretty blonde in the seat and ignore the bloke.

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Hawker Hart trainer

Forum: Historic Aviation
Post date: 26th February 2002 - 03:25
Author: Alex Smart

Can anyone help ? Which Hawker Hart Trainer was it that was used in Luftwaffe markings after being left in France in 1940? Which RAF Squadron did it belong to and where was it left and what was its fa

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Duxford American Air Museum Moves

Forum: Historic Aviation
Post date: 20th February 2002 - 07:40
Author: darrenharbar

In the March issue of Duxford News, there is a schedule of planned events for the introduction of the B-24 and SR-71 into the American Air Museum building at Duxford.

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Any Storch Fans Out There?

Forum: Historic Aviation
Post date: 20th February 2002 - 22:14
Author: tomroyal

I've been scanning all of my slides from my visit to Fantasy of Flight this past weekend, and just scanned some of the Storch, which was flown in the Aircraft of the Day Presentation. I've always bee

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Jack Currie Books

Forum: Historic Aviation
Post date: 24th February 2002 - 13:58
Author: Bluebird Mike

Anyone else here a fan of the Jack Currie books? Particularly 'Lancaster Target' of course, and it's prequel and sequel too.

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Rudder Pedal in Need of Identification

Forum: Historic Aviation
Post date: 24th February 2002 - 18:35
Author: tonydyer

I would be very grateful if you experts out there could help me identify a rudder pedal (WW2 American) that I have in my collection Attachments:

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Vultee Aircraft

Forum: Historic Aviation
Post date: 24th February 2002 - 14:13
Author: tonydyer

Chaps clever people you are...here's a question! What aircraft types made by Vultee would have actually made it to the UK?!

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Interesting little bird...

Forum: Historic Aviation
Post date: 30th January 2002 - 19:42
Author: Cool_Hand

Guesses anyone? Attachments:

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Dutch DC-4's on the move

Forum: Historic Aviation
Post date: 30th January 2002 - 19:08
Author: EHVB

PH-DDS, the DDA's DC-4 that wasn't allowed to fly passengers any more by the Dutch CAA, has been leased to the South African company "Springbok Flying Safari".

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Another for Keithmac

Forum: Historic Aviation
Post date: 25th January 2002 - 20:48
Author: philo

Another Shuttleworth gem... Attachments: