A Grumman F3F is now flying in Sonoma, California. One of several F3F's that were recovered from Hawaii and rebuild in Texas this F3F was operated for many years by the Lone Star Flight Museum. After a hurricane flooded the museum the aircraft was sold. Watch the video below for its first flight in recent years!
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October 6, 2012
Grumman F3F Flies in Sonoma, California
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That's a pretty short takeoff roll. And, the turf landing was fun to see.
Thanks for postage the video of a great old machine.
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