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  • TEXANTOMCAT
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    HAC DH9 first engine runs at DX

    Apologies if this has already been shared but I couldnt find it on the forum! Its a Facebook video Im afraid...

    not like the Duxford regulars to miss something like this !
    https://m.facebook.com/story.php?sto...49764865222229
    Our Beech 18 & T-6@www.beechrestorations.com
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    www.sywellaerodrome.co.uk/museum.php
    Sywell Airshow 17.8.2014
  • DH82EH
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    #2
    That's exciting!
    This aeroplane is a marvelous undertaking.

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    • 1batfastard
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      #3
      Hi All,
      TEXANTOMCAT - Thanks for the news and the video when clicking your link the video only played if logged into faceache. So I have downloaded direct from the Faceache page and posted below so please do not think I am trying to steal your thunder again many thanks for the OP.....



      Geoff.

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      • nuuumannn
        Rank 5 Registered User

        #4
        Terrific. Great to see. Thanks for posting here as I don't subscribe to stalkbook.
        My websites; Warbirds Walkaround: http://warbirdswalkaround.wixsite.com/warbirds Mr Watson's Flying Machines: http://rockingwings.tripod.com/

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        • TEXANTOMCAT
          Rank 5 Registered User

          #5
          Thanks 1fb I didnt know how to do that! ATB TT
          Our Beech 18 & T-6@www.beechrestorations.com
          Visit Sywell Aviation Museum @
          www.sywellaerodrome.co.uk/museum.php
          Sywell Airshow 17.8.2014

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          • clarkejw
            Rank 5 Registered User

            #6
            I find it hard to believe the immature naming and referrals to Facebook. If you don't like it, fine don't use it. However, there are many wonderful aircraft-related sites you are missing, and, with grandchildren a long way away, it's a great way to catch up on what they're doing. And yes, we DO talk on the phone!

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            • J Boyle
              With malice towards none

              #7
              Considering their numbers and length of use, especially in the U.S., I'm surprised there aren't more DH 4 & 9 survivors and airworthy examples.
              Last edited by J Boyle; 23rd October 2018, 12:40.
              There are two sides to every story. The truth is usually somewhere between the two.

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              • 1batfastard
                Rank 5 Registered User

                #8
                Hi All,
                Texan Tomcat - Well I have a slight advantage using my Pc if that is what ATB TT stands for ? I can only view Facebook and download videos and text I cannot interact or put likes on pages which if honest I am glad of as I would be upsetting more people ........

                Geoff.

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                • Sopwith
                  Rank 5 Registered User

                  #9
                  Hopefully Andy Saunders book about its restoration will be published soon?

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                  • TEXANTOMCAT
                    Rank 5 Registered User

                    #10
                    ATB = All The Best Geoff! I imagine the book is waiting for the first flight. I hear that Nige Price is the new editor at Britain At War?

                    TT
                    Our Beech 18 & T-6@www.beechrestorations.com
                    Visit Sywell Aviation Museum @
                    www.sywellaerodrome.co.uk/museum.php
                    Sywell Airshow 17.8.2014

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