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  • LAHARVE
    Why worry
    • Jan 2004
    • 786

    Jeddah 1979

    A couple of scans of two faded prints from Alan Nobby Noble. Unfortunately he could not lay his hands on the negatives, which would have given a better quality image, still worth a look though.
    Does anybody know what happened to the Harvards or the A26's?

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    Jeddah 1979.
    LAHarveIs this the real life, or is this just fantasy ?
  • T J Johansen
    Considerate hitman
    • Aug 2004
    • 1292

    #2
    Apparently the Invaders were scrapped in the early 80s after land developers took over the airfield. One would imagine the same fate for the Harvards. There is one A-26 preserved in Riyadh, and they also have a Harvard.

    A-26 Here (in 1993).
    http://www.warbirdregistry.org/a26re...6-4322679.html

    And in 2014.
    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-rm2I3ff0_e...s1600/612..jpg

    T J

    P.S.

    I did take the liberty of trying to play a little with the colors of your images!

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    Last edited by T J Johansen; 9th April 2015, 23:35.
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