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Old Sep 19, 2010, 12:47 PM   #21
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Ahh... here's another shot of Nooky Booky from last year at Duxford with the Pilot taking a snap of the largest number of flying Spitfires in the world about to take off!


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Old Sep 19, 2010, 3:48 PM   #22
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Nice capture Harj. The black and white really works for the subject matter, good work.
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Hi Steve

Those pics of Crazy horse look tack sharp .. don;t know how some of you guys can pick out a version J from a D!

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Hi Steve

Those pics of Crazy horse look tack sharp .. don;t know how some of you guys can pick out a version J from a D!

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No big mystery Harj, just old aviation history enthusiasts who pick up details. The A-C models had the old style cockpit integrated into a thicker rear fuselage. The D was the most famous model, and most widely produced. It introduced the easily recognized bubble cockpit to the Mustang.

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