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  • DaveR
    Rank 5 Registered User
    • Jul 2003
    • 487

    Tony King....

    iF you see this could you get in touch Tony, been a long time! or if anyone else is in contact would they be able to get him to message me? Thanks for at help
    sigpiconly 15 years so far...still a baby of a project www.hawkertyphoon.com
  • CeBro
    Rank 5 Registered User
    • Sep 2009
    • 2146

    #2
    Tony King as from the warbirdsworldwideforum?

    Now those were the days

    Cees

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    • DaveR
      Rank 5 Registered User
      • Jul 2003
      • 487

      #3
      thats the man
      sigpiconly 15 years so far...still a baby of a project www.hawkertyphoon.com

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      • Christer
        Rank 5 Registered User
        • Jan 2000
        • 291

        #4
        Dave,
        check your (PM) inbox!

        /Christer

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        • jeepman
          infrequent poster now
          • Apr 2004
          • 1982

          #5
          Originally posted by CeBro View Post
          Tony King as from the warbirdsworldwideforum?

          Now those were the days

          Cees
          Yes those definitely were the days - presumably everything on the forum was lost - it would have been fun to read it all again

          I recall some gems - including the source of the Chinese Stirling story - which started out as discussion about Stirlings and whether anything survived from the crash of Belgian Stirling V (OO-XAC, ex-PK172) which crashed during operations in Kunming, China in the late 1940s.

          I also remember discussions about the existence or otherwise of Spitfire Vs flown by the Chinese PLAAF........
          JM

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          • Bruce
            Independent analyst
            • Jan 2000
            • 10224

            #6
            I have a feeling that someone kept the contents of that forum before it was lost. No idea who though!

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            • DaveM2
              Rank 5 Registered User
              • Jan 2000
              • 761

              #7
              Can't recall if it is still part of the WIX archives or not, as it became the WWW Refugee forum for some time after that.

              Dave

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              • brewerjerry
                Rank 5 Registered User
                • May 2004
                • 919

                #8
                Hi
                Was it that website or AAW that discussed the sunked AR-196's in the russian ? lake.
                I never heard anymore about them, but the, I suppose if it was a more well known type they would have been recovered.
                cheers
                Jerry

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