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      @Black Knight

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      The Gladiator has returned this morning after an extended sortie across the channel.

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        It arrived devoid of outer wings and prop.



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          I wonder if G-SHWN is possibly in the process of getting a more 'stock' P-51 cockpit?

          I notice from the above pictures, the main panel is now black, and the Garmin glass cockpit unit that had been fitted in the center is no longer there.

          Lovely pics as usual!

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          Paul
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            Duxford Monday 1th April:

            TFC's Gladiator returned home early this morning after a prolonged stay in France:



            Two visiting Spitfires today, ML407 from Sywell and TE184 from Biggin Hill. That made 24 Spitfires on the ground at Duxford (!)







            20,000 http://www.flickr.com/photos/dwhitworth/

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              TE184 is a bit of a rare bird in the UK, she's normally migrated to Europe for the summer by now!

              Edit - She also has clipped wings this year
              www.flickr.com/photos/spinner673

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                TE184 @ Duxford, Feb 2006



                Brian
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                  Back to today and a few more of TE184

                  TE184 / G-MXVI by AJCDuxman, on Flickr

                  TE184 / G-MXVI by AJCDuxman, on Flickr

                  TE184 / G-MXVI by AJCDuxman, on Flickr

                  TE184 / G-MXVI by AJCDuxman, on Flickr

                  TE184 / G-MXVI by AJCDuxman, on Flickr

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                    I think she looks great with those clipped tips.
                    Daren Cogdon

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                      https://foftfc.com/gladiator-returns/

                      Brian
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                        184 reminds me of old 417, pointy rudder & clipped, best looking 9.
                        Last edited by Black Knight; 17th April 2018, 09:42.

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                          Had a close look over 184 when deCadinet owned it. Seemed very tired.

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                            Originally posted by Black Knight
                            184 reminds me of old 417, pointy rudder & clipped, best looking 9.
                            Oh yes, I never thought of that!

                            Always liked ML417, too.
                            Daren Cogdon

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                              Duxford Tuesday 17th April:

                              10 blades:

                              20,000 http://www.flickr.com/photos/dwhitworth/

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                                I dont think TE184 benefited from being changed from low back.

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                                  I do hope SM845 stays in the UK! She's bloody gorgeous!

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                                    Mr deCadinet was the front for the owner i think you will find.....( Mr Mark Knopfler )

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                                      Mark Knopfler owned TE184? Didn't know that!
                                      Listening out for something interesting approaching...

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                                        No wonder TE184 was in such dire straits then......
                                        JM

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