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February 7, 2011
Aerial Beauties - The Most Beautiful Vintage Airplanes
Aerial Beauties - Hughes Racer, Spitfire, Lockheed Constellation, Ryan STA, Lockheed 12, Lockheed P-38, Beech Staggerwing, Stinson SR-9F, Spartan Executive. I know that is only nine! It is hard to pick the last one!
I will wait to share my all time favorites for another post. What aircraft do YOU consider the most beautiful machines that ever flew or fly today?
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I like your list...the Spit', the Connie and the Staggerwing are among my faves.
I talked about the "prettiest bird" question in a blog post a year or so ago. If you want to have a look, it's HERE.
Love your work. Take care,
Spartan Executive is my number 9. Then a tie between the Northrop and Lockheed low wing beauties like the Beta and Sirius/Altair.
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