Is that one of the Spanish ones with merlin engines?John
This one looks like a real beauty and its a real pity more have not been restored.Cheers, Doc
John, I'm not sure. There wasn't much information available and the website/forum is equally uninformative. Most of the people there seemed to be 'hard-core' aviation fans (as indicated by the huge and very expensive lenses on their cameras) and they probably know every last detail. I'll keep looking for details though and if I come up with any information I'll post it here.
HiThis is a HA-1109/1112 Buchon, after WWII Spanish variant of Bf-109 with another engineThese planes often playing 109 in some post war cartoonshttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hispano_Aviaci%C3%B3n_HA-1112Best wishes from Russian modelers!
Today I heard warbird and bomber engines overhead. I went outside and there was an Me-1-9 and a B-25 flying around. I went to the webside of the airport near me and found out there is a ton more stuff there.Evidentally Paine Field, which is quite literally across the street from me, not only has a collection of restored vintage planes but they have production lines for replicas including 5 airworthy Me-262s. I have almost driven off the road watching one of the Me-262s landing.Here is a link to Paine Field's site - http://www.painefield.com/-Eli
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