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Re: CBFS SPOTTER

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Clues have come & gone, let's close this one tomorrow. 24 hours.
btw, the large print is always for the benefit of those using mobiles to read updates.
Late tries still welcome :)

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Re: CBFS SPOTTER

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16-06-22 results
Simon (simondix) looked like being our sole success for a while, then in trotted Ben and Keith (Dev One) for their diamonds
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Then there were the clues.......= downgrade awards one notch....
AllanL got it on his second try, for silver
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Finally, Mick, who was actually first responder, got there on his 4th suggestion. It didn't help that Mick initially thought he was looking at the underside of a high wing wreck. Top marks for enthusiasm,wooden patch for Spotting :)
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Are you going to tell us what it was (I say 'was', as it's not an aeroplane any more)?

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Absolutely - I think we should be told!
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Edit: Okay, don't bother, I looked up the registration - VH-UVJ GAL Monospar ST.25
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Obviously its upside down because it was on the Australian register…
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PeteP wrote:
23 Jun 2022, 07:26
Absolutely - I think we should be told!
P.

Edit: Okay, don't bother, I looked up the registration - VH-UVJ GAL Monospar ST.25
Also, shows as a QANTAS and JetStar Airbus A320.

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Platinum badge for you Kevin, you saw through the disguise 😁
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TSR2 wrote:
23 Jun 2022, 08:15
Platinum badge for you Kevin, you saw through the disguise 😁
:lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: CBFS SPOTTER

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Sorry for omitting that description. Yes, it was a GAL Monospar ST-25 :agree:
I had a heap of trouble doing the post and got distracted.
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Re: CBFS SPOTTER

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I would never have got the GAL. Besides which, GALS are called Sheilas down there.

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