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 Lieutenant) November 01, 2015
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The P-40 was the last and best known of Curtiss Hawk series fighters. The P-40 had no serious vices and was a pleasant aircraft to fly. When flown by an experienced pilot was able to give a good account of itself in aerial combat. It's...read more

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 Lieutenant) October 31, 2015
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Platinum Fighter Sales offer for sale this great warbird. It's a North American P-51D Mustang, s/n 45-11526, VH-FST. It has 219.2 Hours since ground up restoration completed by Panama Jack's, Perth, Western Australia. Its first flight after restoration was in 2001. Fuselage has new longerons and...read more

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The Hellcat was a terrific airplane and very effective fighter. It was positively a piece of cake to fly; just a dream.... The difference between the F4F [Wildcat] and the F6F was night and day. We had more range, more speed, more power... more everything. (US Navy...read more

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More warbirds now to commemorate fighter command during the Battle of Britain. A mass take off of Spitfires, Hurricanes and a Buchon all filling the skies over RAF Fairford. Whilst the formation gathered a Griffon powered Spitfire was in a dogfight with the Buchon before a mass of Merlin and...read more

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This is a Bell P-39Q-20-BE fighter aircraft from the second world war, this aircraft was delivered to the US Army Air Forces in the Pacific in 1942 and was mainly used for combat patrols, armed reconnaissance and attacking Japanese troops and shipping on Guadalcanal with the 347th Fighter Group...read more

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The Mitsubishi A6M3 Zero, Type 0 Model 22, that was found in the 1970s in Papua New Guinea and later was restored to airworthiness by the U.S. collector, and current owner Masahide Ishizuka, who bought the plane in 2008, is being prepared to once again take to the...read more

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The restored Vickers Supermarine Spitfire Mark.1A, P9374, just one of two airworthy Mk.1 Spitfires, was sold on July 9th in auction by Christie’s (London), for a record $4.8...read more

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 HQ Batallón) June 25, 2015
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Douglas A-26 Invader Bomber, $90,000 ESTATE SALE. We have a A-26 Invader Low time Aircraft, Dual Control, Metal Cannon Nose (only 6 ever made) for 50 Cal. Cannon. This Project has had the same owner since 1967 approx. Always stored in Sunny Dry Arizona. If your dream has always been to own a...read more

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 Lieutenant) June 10, 2015
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The B-25 Mitchell/44-31508, nicknamed “Lucky Lady”, will moved from Franklin, VA (United States), where the warbird remained abandoned, withdrawn from use, in poor condition and slowly going down down downhill, to Australia thanks to her new owner...read more

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