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  • avion ancien
    Long ago and far away ...
    • Aug 2007
    • 5308

    Vintage Aircraft magazine

    Can someone please tell me how many issues of this fine magazine were produced before eventually it ceased publication?
  • TwinOtter23
    NAM volunteer-Plugmeister
    • Jan 2006
    • 7761

    #2
    This one? http://www.aeroflight.co.uk/mags/uk/...e_aircraft.htm
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    • Newforest
      Rank 5 Registered User
      • Apr 2005
      • 8887

      #3
      Twin was quick wasn't he!

      Publication stopped in 1986 after issue 36.

      http://www.aeroflight.co.uk/mags/uk/ukmag17.htm#vintage
      http://www.flightmemory.com/ I have been round the world 11.83 times!

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      • TwinOtter23
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        • Jan 2006
        • 7761

        #4
        ... we aim to please; usually with a smile on our faces!!
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        • avion ancien
          Long ago and far away ...
          • Aug 2007
          • 5308

          #5
          Thank you, Twin Otter and Newforest. That's the one. Why didn't my google search take me to that website!

          I've just bought what I had hoped was a full run of the magazine, but I now realise that I've bought all except the very last issue! So if there's anyone with a copy of issue 36 for sale, I'd be glad to hear from you. Alternatively we could do a swop as I have duplicates of many issues.

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          • TwinOtter23
            NAM volunteer-Plugmeister
            • Jan 2006
            • 7761

            #6
            No problem - I used a different search engine and rasied a 'bit' of money in the process!!
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            • Roborough
              Rank 5 Registered User
              • Nov 2011
              • 310

              #7
              Originally posted by avion ancien View Post
              Thank you, Twin Otter and Newforest. That's the one. Why didn't my google search take me to that website!

              I've just bought what I had hoped was a full run of the magazine, but I now realise that I've bought all except the very last issue! So if there's anyone with a copy of issue 36 for sale, I'd be glad to hear from you. Alternatively we could do a swop as I have duplicates of many issues.

              I had a subscription to Vintage Aircraft Mag and for some reason I did not recieve No 36.
              If there is anyone out there with a cache of # 36's I have a couple of duplicates to trade.

              Bill

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              • GrahamSimons
                Rank 5 Registered User
                • Jul 2008
                • 879

                #8
                I've got duplicates of 15 and 28, and am missing 2 through 7. I also have a brand new digital double-siding A3 full colour printer!

                Any suggestions?
                (possible PM replies would be advisable!)
                Interested in what I'm doing? Please visit http://gmsenterprises.blogspot.com/

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                • avion ancien
                  Long ago and far away ...
                  • Aug 2007
                  • 5308

                  #9
                  I suppose we're all assuming that because www.aeroflight.co.uk lists issue no. 36, and summarises its content, it was published and distributed. Is there anyone out there who can say that issue no. 36 exists because they possess a copy of it?

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                  • GrahamSimons
                    Rank 5 Registered User
                    • Jul 2008
                    • 879

                    #10
                    Originally posted by avion ancien View Post
                    it was published and distributed. Is there anyone out there who can say that issue no. 36 exists because they possess a copy of it?
                    See above - yes it does, cos I have one - and can copy!
                    Last edited by GrahamSimons; 9th March 2012, 17:00.
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                    • avion ancien
                      Long ago and far away ...
                      • Aug 2007
                      • 5308

                      #11
                      E-mail sent, Graham.

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                      • G-ORDY
                        Rank 5 Registered User
                        • Mar 2005
                        • 928

                        #12
                        Originally posted by avion ancien View Post
                        I suppose we're all assuming that because www.aeroflight.co.uk lists issue no. 36, and summarises its content, it was published and distributed. Is there anyone out there who can say that issue no. 36 exists because they possess a copy of it?
                        Oddly enough I have a copy of Issue No.36 (and the other 35 issues for that matter)

                        Now why might that be
                        Now finished Hawker Hurricane Survivors - published by Grub Street http://grubstreet.co.uk/product/hawk...ane-survivors/

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                        • avion ancien
                          Long ago and far away ...
                          • Aug 2007
                          • 5308

                          #13
                          Oh, that's too hard for me. But go on, I'll take a guess. It's a long shot, though. I'm probably wrong. But here goes. Maybe you edited it?

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                          • John Aeroclub
                            Rank 5 Registered User
                            • Jul 2006
                            • 2770

                            #14
                            Yes, I too have No 36, but I'm missing 2, 3 and 10. Perhaps we could all combine and have a club library each member holding it for one month at a time (tongue in cheek).

                            John

                            Originally posted by avion ancien View Post
                            I suppose we're all assuming that because www.aeroflight.co.uk lists issue no. 36, and summarises its content, it was published and distributed. Is there anyone out there who can say that issue no. 36 exists because they possess a copy of it?
                            Last edited by John Aeroclub; 9th March 2012, 21:21.

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                            • Stan Smith
                              Rank 5 Registered User
                              • May 2011
                              • 471

                              #15
                              OK then all you accumulators of junk,----------------
                              Sob Sob I haven't got any o' them (or possibly have squirrelled away somewhere in all the rest of my junk) Would we be breaching any copyright laws if they were to be recopied so that some of us poor deprived antipodeans could also share the delights of yesteryear???
                              Slight deviation of thread. The Gemini that I am currently restoring was registered to Mr A.C. Pritchard, 28th Jan 1982, Vintage Aircraft Magazine 5th Feb 1985 and Aston Publications Ltd (last UK owner and proprietor thereof, i.e.A.C.Pritchard)
                              Small world huh?
                              Last edited by Stan Smith; 9th March 2012, 21:47.

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                              • G-ASEA
                                Rank 5 Registered User
                                • Feb 2006
                                • 1411

                                #16
                                I have spare copies of no 1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9/10/11/12/13/14/15/16/18/20/21/22/23/26/29/31.
                                I started to collect them again after i got rid of the first one's i had. I had no where to store them after i got divorced. Then I bought a complete set. So I have the other's spare for swap or sell.

                                Dave

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                                • avion ancien
                                  Long ago and far away ...
                                  • Aug 2007
                                  • 5308

                                  #17
                                  It sounds as if you should be saying, Dave, that you just need issues numbered 17,19,24,27,28,32,33,35 and 36 to complete your second set!
                                  Last edited by avion ancien; 11th March 2012, 11:11. Reason: Clarity!

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                                  • Newforest
                                    Rank 5 Registered User
                                    • Apr 2005
                                    • 8887

                                    #18
                                    You are right AA, he has issues, he needs answers!
                                    http://www.flightmemory.com/ I have been round the world 11.83 times!

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                                    • GrahamSimons
                                      Rank 5 Registered User
                                      • Jul 2008
                                      • 879

                                      #19
                                      Originally posted by G-ORDY View Post
                                      Oddly enough I have a copy of Issue No.36 (and the other 35 issues for that matter)

                                      Now why might that be
                                      I cannot remember if I ever did get around to thanking you for printing our Rapide restoration progress report in Edition 28 Gordon - if not, I thank you for it now!
                                      Interested in what I'm doing? Please visit http://gmsenterprises.blogspot.com/

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                                      • Stan Smith
                                        Rank 5 Registered User
                                        • May 2011
                                        • 471

                                        #20
                                        G-ASEA.

                                        Sold to the Antipodes. Will be in England in August for the Belvoir Moth Rally and can pick them up then. Oh btw, can you PM me with what I now owe you please.

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