Dutch Spitfire landing mishap

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  1. v2

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    This is what she looked like a week before the mishap:
     

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    Damage doesn't look too bad. Looks like the gear folded up. No fire. That's good.
     
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    Hope they get her repaired again, sure was a nice looking spit.
     
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    Doesn't look too bad. The good thing aboout the spitfires is that the have the wooden prop blades that are designed to snap off when things like that happen. Makes it easier on the engine.
     
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