Posted 22 August 2014 - 0710 AM
It's a shame about the former Strathallan collection one (crushed in a fatal hangar collapse and then sold in bits to the States) and the one rusting away in a field in Canada though.
PS: It's a bit more complicated than that re the ex Strathallan one. http://www.timefades..._976_intro.html
Posted 22 August 2014 - 1332 PM
Our Air force has become very good at restoration work... for them its just another day at the office LOL
They are only doing this till the delivery of the F35 or the Leafs win the cup which ever comes first.
The Maple Griefs win another Stanley Cup!!!
Posted 25 August 2014 - 0621 AM
What is amazing about that photo is someone could very realistically have flown both the oldest (hurricane) and the newest (lightning) in their career.
A bit different today where aircraft are often older than their pilots, in some cases their pilot's grandparents!
Posted 28 August 2014 - 0316 AM
I didnt not notice it until Milo mentioned it, but I believe he is talking about the silhouette. The split between the two right engine pods is clearly defined, while the left two look like a whole body section.
Edited by Mr King, 28 August 2014 - 0316 AM.
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