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(Air) P-40 Warhawk and More

 
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Jun 23, 2009 22:14 |  #31

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Thanks Dave but I think I've been trumped... :shock: :lol:

My intentions were not to trump anyone, this is actually the first time I've posted one of my air to airs of this fine machine. Just wanted to show Melikian getting a ride, and after we broke off, Melikian took over flying the plane.

Jay, I haven't been up there in a few weeks, so if your pictures are recent, than I was at Vertical Challenge in San Carlos last weekend. See: https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=713974

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Jun 23, 2009 22:15 |  #32

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My intentions were not to trump anyone, this is actually the first time I've posted one of my air to airs of this fine machine. Just wanted to show Melikian getting a ride, and after we broke off, Melikian took over flying the plane.

Jay, I haven't been up there in a few weeks, so if your pictures are recent, than I was at Vertical Challenge in San Carlos last weekend. See: https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=713974

apologies..........."n​ew guy" Roger

No need for apologies...

I'm glad to see another aircraft shooter since we're so damn outnumbered by the car folks...  :p @ Cars!!

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Jun 24, 2009 09:59 |  #33

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:D I thought of those, but couldn't bring myself to post them!


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Jun 24, 2009 10:49 as a reply to  @ PhotosGuy's post |  #34

Jay... Awesome as always........

As nice as the P-40 is, the SWIFT was even better. Looks EXACTLY like the one (including the high polish) as N2383B that my father had in the early 1960s and we used to fly...... Amazingly, that same airplane (dad's that is) is about a 100 miles west of me now, and looks at least as nice now as it did then. Its been Swift Fly-In (or something) Grand Champion twice........

Need to go see that particular P-40 sometime.

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Jun 26, 2009 21:42 as a reply to  @ P51Mstg's post |  #35

Is that P-40 an 'E' model? What great shots!


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Jun 27, 2009 01:53 as a reply to  @ LA Smith's post |  #36

It's an "N" model.




  
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Jun 27, 2009 09:24 |  #37

Nice shots, it's pretty easy to tell that the P-40 just came out of the shop. Looks brand new.


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Jun 27, 2009 15:12 |  #38

Cool shots, Jay. Some really nice angles in there.




  
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Jun 28, 2009 05:46 |  #39

P51Mstg wrote in post #8166241 (external link)
Jay... Awesome as always........

As nice as the P-40 is, the SWIFT was even better. Looks EXACTLY like the one (including the high polish) as N2383B that my father had in the early 1960s and we used to fly...... Amazingly, that same airplane (dad's that is) is about a 100 miles west of me now, and looks at least as nice now as it did then. Its been Swift Fly-In (or something) Grand Champion twice........

Need to go see that particular P-40 sometime.

Mark H

The P-40 was definately the highlight of stopping by here but the Swift was a-mazingly clean. Glad it struck a positive chord with you.

LA Smith wrote in post #8182090 (external link)
Is that P-40 an 'E' model? What great shots!

As Roger Points out, it's an "N" and thanks for having a peek.

adamsti wrote in post #8183951 (external link)
Nice shots, it's pretty easy to tell that the P-40 just came out of the shop. Looks brand new.

Thanks very much. IIRC, the term used was "better than new." ;)

::John:: wrote in post #8185200 (external link)
Cool shots, Jay. Some really nice angles in there.

Appreciate it John.


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