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JohnTerrell
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Last Activity: 26th September 2018, 01:56
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  • JohnTerrell
    replied to Paul Allen's Me262 Update.
    The engines are newly-manufactured and have been described as being faithful to the look/design of the original Jumo 004's while being improved upon for greater reliability and made with superior modern materials for longer serviceability. The whole engine program (including re-engineering, manufacturing...
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    Last edited by JohnTerrell; 22nd September 2018, 23:03.

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  • JohnTerrell
    replied to F4U Kissimmee 1997
    That is an F4U-4 that Tom had at the time (a BuNo. was never established). After Tom moved his operation from Florida to Georgia the project went to Vought Heritage in Dallas, Texas and was completed to static display condition. The final result was a mixture of F4U-4 with parts from other variants,...
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    Last edited by JohnTerrell; 17th September 2018, 00:30.

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  • JohnTerrell
    replied to F4U Kissimmee 1997
    I assume it is this one (which the wreckage of was photographed at Kissimmee in the late 80's, and which is known to have had the number "13" on the side of it): http://www.warbirdregistry.org/corsa...4u-122179.html

    This particular one is an interesting case in how it, and up...
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    Last edited by JohnTerrell; 15th September 2018, 15:00.

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  • G-AWHC has been completed/flying since last November, the first of three now completed by Air Leasing so-far.
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  • JohnTerrell
    replied to ARCo Lysander flies!
    Archer's photo is of Lysander V9545, which Kermit Weeks still has (coded BA-C), which was G-BCWL when based/flying in the UK. It has not flown ever since being brought to the US. It spent a number of years on static display at the Florida Air Museum, but then four years ago Weeks had it removed from there and it has been disassembled...
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