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Planes of Fame Part II
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PostPosted: May 4th, 2015, 5:28 am 
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Well ,look who came to dinner...

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Cessna 195...unusual in being done up in military colors..

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Beech 18, just in case there might be some who think some of my models are too shiny.

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Severesky AT-2 Guardsman

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Boeing P-26

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Yak 9

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CF 18 in special markings. I particularly liked the wing mounted 'guns'.

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Cool! Love the Hornet! Did it fly?

The Spitfire is a wooden flying replica, powered by an Allison.

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Thanks for the info Paul....I didn't stay for the flying, but the Hornet was parked with the planes that normally don't fly.

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Barry, why aren't you showing our British friends the thing that is going to be blowing their minds at Legends? :)

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PaulBradley wrote:
The Spitfire is a wooden flying replica, powered by an Allison.


Aluminium/welded steel fuselage, wooden wings. The prop originally came from a Dakota!

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Great set!
I think that Hornet should do a photo flight with our Camp Typhoon!

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Sorry for my ignorance August, but what mind blower is that?

ps: I was told that the Hornet did fly.

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Not to steal your thunder...but I think August was talking about this:

http://ascalecanadian.blogspot.com/2015/05/hello-my-lovely.html

Or did it taxi over after you left?

They did fly a twilight airshow on Friday. The CF-18 flew twice on Friday, and once each on Saturday and Sundy.

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Right! can you believe, I didn't see it?!

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