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Chris and Rick thank you both for the comments. This is my 69 Factory Turbo Charged C model Twinkie with C/R props that has every available speed mod installed. This picture is of my bird sitting on the ramp at the Birmingham Flight School at the KBHM airport! It is based just North of KBHM at KGAD.

Written on 06/12/2019 by Toddhardin03

Thanks jesse.

Written on 06/12/2019 by CHRIS ROBEY

Nice looking jet, but those mountains aren't in Illinois. What's up with that?

Written on 06/12/2019 by leewhitney

5 stars not enough

Written on 06/12/2019 by garritt

The lead aircraft must have been a Mooney, maybe a Mooney 230 or 252, as, they are the only LKQ aircraft that can pass the Beechcraft Bonanza, and, do so with less fuel burn.
Go MOONEY GO, and, efficiently so!

Written on 06/12/2019 by ROBERT MILLS JR

Let the good times FLY!
Excellent photograph of this unique missioned-aircraft.

Written on 06/12/2019 by ROBERT MILLS JR

How did you get that picture???

Written on 06/12/2019 by Susan Mandeville

While up in a steerman with a friend we hooked up with a PT-22 a lot like this one. We formed up and flew formation for a while before he peeled off and went to Parts unknown. Cool experience.

Written on 06/12/2019 by Larry Horton

Nice shot... Oil leak and all.

Written on 06/12/2019 by fholbert

Hang up the phone and drive!

Written on 06/12/2019 by fholbert

good report of the PT-22 incident is at
https://www.planeandpilotmag.com/article/harrison-ford-accident/

Written on 06/12/2019 by a mentor

And of course, there's always somebody playing with his phone.

Written on 06/12/2019 by Stefan Sobol

Awesome photo! I also appreciate the camera and lens details.

Written on 06/12/2019 by Rickh52

Superb!

Written on 06/12/2019 by Ioan Popa

Great photo!Thanks!

Written on 06/12/2019 by David Onnen

Bush plane of choice. Fun to see these takeoff at Juno or Vancouver

Written on 06/12/2019 by a mentor

The Radar Dome on the starboard wing identifies this as a F4U-5N or -5NL

Written on 06/12/2019 by a mentor

First line of report reads
'Constructed as a C-47B-50-DK'

This type (the Douglas DC-3) is just so prolific and was continual updated it frequently has difficulty delineating one from the other.

Written on 06/12/2019 by a mentor

Oh great! another backseat driver.

Written on 06/12/2019 by charles mccafferty

yes he did -- engine out on takeoff from maintenance service and repairs. Afraid his ship was totaled even though he walked away.

Written on 06/12/2019 by a mentor

Very nice

Written on 06/12/2019 by a mentor

@Allan; where & when did you get this??

Written on 06/12/2019 by a mentor

So sorry this Albuquerque product didn't fly more successfully.

Written on 06/12/2019 by Doug Cook

Guessing this photographer not very tall?

Written on 06/12/2019 by Doug Cook

My father was on the Lexington in the early 60's when she replaced th Antietam as the Training Carrier in Pensacola

Written on 06/12/2019 by David Simpson

Nice plane. I believe that Harrixon Ford crashed one of these on a golf course a few years back.

Written on 06/12/2019 by Steven Mansur

I had to check my logbook to see is I had flown that BUNO T28-C. Nope be a couple very close

Written on 06/12/2019 by William Medlin

We used to see these regularly at Geneseo.

Written on 06/12/2019 by Paul Nothnagle

There was no need to change the livery! The last one was much classier with the gold accent and darker blue. It is not the ugly, it’s ok. Not a step forward.

Written on 06/12/2019 by Juan Landa

Awesome pic!

Written on 06/12/2019 by Juan Landa

Awesome, but never again, since KLM stopped using 747's.

Written on 06/12/2019 by Jeffrey Johnson

As Henry Longhurst the long time British golf commentator would say...
"Nicely done."

Written on 06/12/2019 by George Bures

N814CL - Is reg to a 1945 Douglas DC3C C/N 34370
owned by CLAY LACY AVIATION INC
http://www.aerialvisuals.ca/AirframeDossier.php?Serial=55485

Written on 06/12/2019 by jesse kyzer

C model. Tailhook and short bladed prop.

Gary: I flew a 140510 in 1971. Close.

Written on 06/12/2019 by jthyland

Sweet.

Written on 06/12/2019 by jthyland

N2011V, 1958 North American F-100F Super Sabre. not Fokker
Hope it was repaired and put back in service

Written on 06/12/2019 by jesse kyzer

The youngster in the back of N199H must have had a great day!

Written on 06/12/2019 by adh1

red on the tire is from fire retardant??

Written on 06/12/2019 by jesse kyzer

Why was this in Sydney?

Written on 06/12/2019 by Adam Ferneyhough

http://www.aerialvisuals.ca/AirframeDossier.php?Serial=184261

Written on 06/12/2019 by jesse kyzer

N4009A is a 1941 Naval Aircraft Factory N3N-3 C/N 2733

SUPER THANK YOU! to everyone who helps keep these Ol’ historical birds flying
NICE pic!

Written on 06/12/2019 by jesse kyzer

These are beautiful but are they full scale? The pilot in the SE5 seems big in comparison to the size of the plane.

Written on 06/12/2019 by Benjamin Taub

Nice picture. These WW1 aircraft are full scale replicas flying out of the Brampton airport NW of Toronto. The plane in the foreground is set up with the colours as flown by James McCudden, VC while serving with No. 56 Sqn. RFC. The second S.E.5a is set with the colours of the plane flown by William Avery Bishop, VC. The Nieuport 28 “Hat in the Ring” colours represent the serial 6159 as flown by Eddie Rickenbacker. There are a couple more aircraft at this museum, a Fokker D.VII, a Sopwith 1-1/2 Strutter and a Fokker Dr.I.
https://greatwarflyingmuseum.org/

Written on 06/12/2019 by glafleche

@Alan Hume: The answer to that question is "Yes".

Written on 06/12/2019 by David Seider

Both
help each way

Written on 06/12/2019 by jesse kyzer

http://www.explorenorth.com/videos/trimotor-nc8407.html

Written on 06/12/2019 by jesse kyzer

1942 Douglas C-54 Skymaster
http://www.warbirdregistry.org/c54registry/c54-449058.html
http://www.aerialvisuals.ca/AirframeDossier.php?Serial=59903

Written on 06/12/2019 by jesse kyzer

Awesome ! ! ! !

Written on 06/12/2019 by jesse kyzer

1931 Pitcairn PA-8 Super Mailwing
SUPER pic.
http://www.flyinghigher.net/pitcairn/NC10753.html

Written on 06/12/2019 by jesse kyzer

Awesome ! ! ! !

Written on 06/12/2019 by jesse kyzer

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