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Feb 2016 - Good old boys!

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For our February competition we are looking for screen shots of pre 1960's propellor aircraft (the more props the better!) civil or military, flying low on a fine day.

The usual rules apply (3 unedited shots per member) and rules can be read here. http://forum.mutleyshangar.com/index.php/topic/13256-contest-rules-revised-july-2015/

Also note, the "Like" button is for general forum use and won't be considered in judging the competition.

Competition closes Feb 29th 2016 @ 23:59 UTC

Good luck!

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Pic.1 Just showing the Boeing Boy's her turn of speed while flying low over the Boeing Field's tower.

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Pic3 Having fun flying low around the Greek lsland of Kefallonia in my vintage Goose.

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Any day in the air is a fine day. :) 

Here is the 1935 Avia 57, a three engine Czechoslovakian 14-passenger commercial transport.

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Here are my three.

They are of Howard Hughes' Spruce Goose.

A fictional repaint but plenty of props.

 

1. Dawn sightseeing near Vancouver.

DawnSpruceGoose.jpg

 

2. The original prototype all white livery near Long Beach, California.

SpruceGoose2.jpg

 

 

3. Dornier near Vancouver. How many props do you want?

Dornier.jpg

 

 

Cheers.

 

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Sorry for the delay folks we are run  off our feet in the Hangar, normal service will be resumed soon!

 

This month's winning shot is of Howard Hughes' wooden wonder,the Spruce Goose, congratulations to Needle with this winning shot.  :clapping:

 

DawnSpruceGoose.jpg

 

Well  done Brian, please check your PM.

 

Cheers,

 

Joe

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