This weekend I can hear the jets powering through the skies over Alliance Airport for the Fort Worth Airshow but my mind is back in time at last weekends antique fly-in. Radial engines, biplanes and fabric are more to my liking! One of the highlights from last weekend was Don Pellegreno's Rearwin Cloudster. Don did a very nice job restoring this red beauty. A few photos featured below.
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October 23, 2011
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