December 29, 2011
From Scott Germain comes an outstanding photo of two rare F2G Corsairs in formation over Arizona just a few days ago. These two rare Super Corsairs were highly sought after racing mounts in the post war racing era. Today, thanks to dedicated owners and restorers, we see them flying together again! They wear paint schemes and markings just as they raced in the late 1940s.
Thanks to Scott Germain of Images of Light and Lift for allowing us to post the photo.
Links - Images of Light and Lift, Warbird Aeropress, Odegaard Aviation
December 18, 2011
|The 170 sits under the unique clouds on Dec 18, 2011|
|Ginger, Tyler and Eric after a ride in the 170|
This afternoon I made a quick flight over to Cowtown Aerocrafters to visit their T-6 project. It is coming along nicely and the polished aluminum is really starting to shine.
|T6s at Cowtown Aerocrafters|
|Tom polishing on the wing of the T6|
|Lanny starts the polishing on the other wing|
History, Heritage, Heros... a great one hour long interview covering the backstory on the P-51C Mustang named Thunderbird. The 1949 Bendix w...
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