Фото из журналов
Photos from magazines
Air International 1985-10
Colour Contrasts at Stans
Fighter A to Z
??? - Liore-Et-Olivier 45 ... A Study in Elegance /Warbirds/
??? - Orlik ... A Polish Fledgeling
??? - Watsonville Comes of Age /Veteran & Vintage/
D.Brown - Home of the Right Stuff
M.Hirst - Propeller Power (5)
P.Jackson - Tornado Comes on Fighting
The oldest aircraft at Watsonville was this 90 per cent original Curtiss JN-4, owned by Jim Nissen. Flown in April 1976 after a six-year restoration, it has completed 270 hrs since then.
Curtiss JN-4 Jenny -
One of the few European aircraft present was this Stampe SV-4C, "Chinatown"
Stampe et Vertongen SV-4 -
A Monocoupe 110 powered by a 125 hp Warner engine and restored by Ted and Betty Hendrickson of Snohomish, near Seattle.
Monocoupe 90 / 110 / 145 -
An immaculate Stinson 108-3, restored by Ken Brock.
Stinson 108 Voyager -
Another old-timer on show was the 1929 Davis D1W owned by Roy Moore, winner of the Angeles Antiquers award for the best aircraft. All aircraft over 50 years old also were awarded a medallion. Built at Richmond, Indiana, this D1W has a Warner engine.
Davis D-1 -
Only three Harlow PJC-2s survive of 12 built in 1940.
Harlow PJC-1 / PJC-2 -