Name that aircraft! 😀

I read that as you calling Ejc a brute in a Larry Grayson sort of way “Ooh, you are a brute!”

ETA - someone else can explain to the whipper snappers who Larry Grayson was, and Slack Alice :rofl:

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There’s a great doco on YT where Guy Martin helps restore a Spitfire.

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That one’s at Duxford, too. Shot down over Dunkirk and buried in the sand for 70 years. Not sure how much of its original though!

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Wasn’t it used in the Dunkirk film?

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From that to this! pretty remarkable engineering.

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It was more agricultural than I was expecting.

Sadly it didn’t leave the ground.

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Post of the year :slight_smile:

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Sadly, your references are probably only a mystery to a couple of people on here.

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Even I’m too young for slack Alice so reckon there’s more than a couple.

Or I’m old enough for dementia :thinking:

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oh dear…

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:frowning:.

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:flushed:

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Chinook passing over Spring Lakes…

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Is that the beginning of a Tom Clancy novel?

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no…the end of a Gerald Seymour…

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“I ain’t gettin on no plane fool”

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an athlete at a former club of mine had a big bike accident some years ago when a deer ran across the road and knocked her off the bike…she was on the Singapore airlines ‘turbulence’ flight the other week…

i am not taking any chances… :slight_smile:

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We had a Spitfire from Norwich airport doing paid flights (I think) followed by a Piper PA32 ( I think!)

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Noice. The Pipers are usually quite easy to identify as they sound like a moped in the sky.