Warbirds for sale...

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  1. v2

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    FLYBOYJ "THE GREAT GAZOO"
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    That Focke-Wulf 189 would be very cool!
     
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    Gnomey World Travelling Doctor
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    Yeah it would be! Would cost a load though :/
     
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    The 109's would be so cool to have, but I'd have to go with the FW-189 too, just for having something rare.
     
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    The 189 would be cool. I wonder about the wing disassembly procedure that they used on the P-39. Looks like trouble...
     
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    heck i'll take em' all :)
     
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    I'd take the 109. Merely cause i cant be bothered travelling a few hundred k's to see one in Canberra. Whats worse is its original and they stuck it on a pole and made a tacky light and sound show with G for George Lanc:evil:
     
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    Sounds awful hey...

    The 109 has all its paint from WW2, its a G 10 i think. Yeah i was admiring it althought wondering why it was stuck on this 20 foot pole and then back its gun ports light up and cockpit with mock radio chatter....


    Same deal with the lanc, turrets light up etc..


    Just wasnt cool:evil:
     
  10. DerAdlerIstGelandet

    DerAdlerIstGelandet Der Crew Chief
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    Id love to have all of them. Especially the 109s because they are my fav planes but think about the 189 and how much fun it would be to fly in that glass enclosed cockpit.

    I am really glad to see the 110s are going back to Germany. Will be great to get a chance and see them.
     
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