P 47 Razorback Restoration

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  1. rodmountie

    rodmountie New Member

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    Hi all just visited the HARS Museum near Sydney and saw the P47's they are restoring. One looks quite advanced with the body nearly complete and engine mounting attached. Looks there was another one behind it but in an early stage of rebuild. Have some pics if anyone is interested. These are from PNG and can be seen on the pacificwrecks website. Cheers Rod
     
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    Can you post 'em? Would love to see.
     
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    I'm wondering if the second one is not being used for parts for the first. At any rate, I'd love to see the pics!
     
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    Yes.........pics please
     
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    Hi can I post pics on this website? Otherwise can email you them Cheers Rod
     
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    Respond via "Go Advanced". There's a button there called Manage Attachments". In there you uplaod from your computer to your post. Try to keep the file 8 or 900 pixrls wide before you post. You may have ot reduce the pics using photoshop or equivalent to to that.
     
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    ...and post away!
     
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