Very fitting to hear that this Lockheed Vega 5C returned to flight after restoration on the 110th anniversary of the Wright Brothers first flight! December 17th. This unique Vega is a 5C model that was called a "Detroit Vega" as it was built by the Detroit Aircraft Company featuring a metal fuselage but retaining the Lockheed's originally designed wood wings. Watch the video below.
A few more details are featured over on the Flying Magazine web site... follow the link below...
Happy 110th Anniversary of Flight!
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December 30, 2013
Lockheed Vega Flying Again
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