Aeroplane Monthly 1986-02
Aeroplane Monthly 1986-02
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Six views of the Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-3 wreckage in Finmark, Northern Norway. It was scattered over a 750ft square of land.
Top, two views of the cockpit area. Center left, the tailplane; right, an almost intact wing. Bottom left, the cockpit, minus all the instruments;the 14-cylinder BMW 801D-2 radial engine.
Two South African Air Force Harvards escorting Supermarine Spitfire LF. IX PT672 Evelyn. Built as Spitfire LF IX MA793 at Castle Bromwich in 1943, this aircraft went to South Africa in 1948. In 1975 it was painstakingly restored to airworthy condition to represent SAAF Spitfire PT672.
Two South African Air Force Harvards escorting Supermarine Spitfire LF. IX PT672 Evelyn. Built as Spitfire LF IX MA793 at Castle Bromwich in 1943, this aircraft went to South Africa in 1948. In 1975 it was painstakingly restored to airworthy condition to represent SAAF Spitfire PT672.
Fokker Dr I replica ZK-FOK and S.E.5a replica ZK-SET in action over Manawatu province, New Zealand. The aircraft are operated by Stuart Tantrum and Wg Cdr John Lanham RNZAF as the Foxpine Flying Circus, based at Foxpine Airfield near Foxton, NZ. Tantrum built both machines; the Lycoming-powered S.E.Sa made its first flight in 1978, and the Continental-powered Dr I first flew in February 1985.
Fokker Dr I replica ZK-FOK and S.E.5a replica ZK-SET in action over Manawatu province, New Zealand. The aircraft are operated by Stuart Tantrum and Wg Cdr John Lanham RNZAF as the Foxpine Flying Circus, based at Foxpine Airfield near Foxton, NZ. Tantrum built both machines; the Lycoming-powered S.E.Sa made its first flight in 1978, and the Continental-powered Dr I first flew in February 1985.