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1/32 H281 Revell US Army Spitfire Mk5C
Plastic Model Kit, Box Condition: Sealed Exc, old

Hard-to-find 1975 issue is still factory sealed. Features removable cowling panels and detailed Merlin engine, sliding clear canopy to show the detailed cockpit, movable control surfaces and retractable landing gear.

$75.00

Planes of Fame Airshow 2015: Got Mustang?

Again…

Aces Flying High

Planes of Fame Airshow 2015 they had a bevy of 11 North American P-51 Mustangs on static display from an early model Allison engined P-51A to a Rolls Royce Merlinengined P-51C and a bevy of the definitive Rolls Royce Merlin engined P-51D’s. It was great to see so many of one of the finest World War Two fighters all in one place (now if only the sun had been out when you were allowed to walk along the flight line before the flying displays)!

P-51A "Mrs. Virginia", P-51C "Boise Bee" and a fantastic row of P-51D Mustangs Planes of Fame airshow 2015 P-51A “Mrs. Virginia”, P-51C “Boise Bee” and a fantastic row of P-51D Mustangs

P-51D's "Kimberly Kaye", "Lady Alice" & "Buzzin Cuzzin" Planes of Fame Airshow 2015 P-51D’s “Kimberly Kaye”, “Lady Alice” & “Buzzin Cuzzin”

P-51D's "Miss Kandy", "Six Shooter" and "Lady Jo" Planes Of Fame 2015 P-51D’s “Miss Kandy”, “Six Shooter” and “Lady Jo”

P-51D's "Bunny", "Wee Willy II" and the dually named "Dolly/Spam Can" Planes of Fame 2015 P-51D’s “Bunny”, “Wee Willy II” and the dually named “Dolly/Spam Can”

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Planes of Fame Airshow 2015: USAAC Seversky AT-12 Guardsman & the Curtiss P-36 Hawk Flying Debut

For planes lovers

Aces Flying High

Planes of Fame in Chino, California operate a very unique 1930’s era aircraft in their flying collection. A Seversky AT-12 Guardsman (USAAC 2 seat advanced training version of the P-35 fighter), which is the only flying example in the world.

Seversky AT-12 Guardsman Planes of Fame Airshow 2015 Seversky AT-12 Guardsman

The only flying Seversky AT-12 Guardsman The only flying Seversky AT-12 Guardsman

Seversky AT-12 Guardsman on the flightline at the Sunday Planes of Fame Airshow 2015 Seversky AT-12 Guardsman on the flightline at the Sunday Planes of Fame Airshow 2015

The USAAC operated 50 AT-12’s. Originally they were ordered by Sweden but an arms embargo in 1940 resulted in them being purchased by the Army (Sweden ordered 52 but only received 2 before the ban). Although intended as an advanced trainer, according to Planes of Fame most of them ended up being a fast transport for base commanders during World War Two (this one, Serial Number 483-38 was last used in this role at Lowery Air Base in Denver, Colorado).

The Seversky AT-12 Guardsman is prepared for flight Planes of Fame 2015 The Seversky AT-12 Guardsman is prepared for flight

The Seversky AT-12 Guardsman rolls out for a flying display at the Planes of Fame Airshow 2015 The…

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