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Post by Tom Everitt AFG »

airboatr wrote:very Nice Aeroplane
I was wondering what type of
chase plane you were using
thanks for posting them
The photoship was deHavilland Rapide G-AGTM. We'd been down to Oxford to collect it after a weekend of pleasure flying down there for Delta Aviation.

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Post by TobyV »

So I did see 'GTM in the forground of the news reports on the crashed Harrier.
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Post by delticbob »

So that will be what flew south over north Doncaster noon/early afternoon on Monday :lol:

Looked very good - shame it wans't a bit lower, but these images are the bees knees :wink:

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Post by Tom Everitt AFG »

Hi Bob,

Yeah, we were at Church Fenton on Monday for some filming. Flew back over Sheffield to say hi to the parents :wink:

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Post by Vulcan_to_the_Sky! »

Brilliant shots.

Repaint for Dereks Dove anyone? :dance:
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Post by Garry Russell »

No no no Vulc. :shock:

Wrong type of Dove :tuttut:

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Post by Vulcan_to_the_Sky! »

Ack!

Thats two classic british planes that I've not spotted visual differences on, I really must pay more attention, :roll: :doh:

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Post by DelP »

Garry Russell wrote:No no no Vulc. :shock:

Wrong type of Dove :tuttut:

:lol:
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Excellent Garry...I was wondering who would spot that one first..

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Post by Garry Russell »

Thing is Del..............

If the door handle was two inches lower than on your model everyone would notice that straight off :think:

:lol: :lol: :lol:

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That is one beautiful aeroplane but then wasn't everything that DH built?Best Wishes EricT
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