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Images Dated 15th February 2021

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North American P-51D Mustang N335 BARDAHL II Featured 15 Feb 2021 Image

North American P-51D Mustang N335 BARDAHL II

North American P-51D Mustang N335, BARDAHL II, race number 14 at Santa Monica, with sister-ship N335J just visible parked alongside. built as P-51D-30-NA for the United States Army Air Force (USAAF) 7June 1947: Delivered to Royal Canadian Air Force as 9564.20 September 1960: Struck off charge.25 February 1957-1960: James H. FeFuria-Fred Ritts-Intercontinental Airways, Canastota, NY, February 25, 1957-1960, registered as N6343T, but stored at Carberry, Manitoba.10 May 1960-1964 Aero Enterprises, Elkhart, IN.17 April 1964-1973: E.D. Weiner, Santa Monica, CA., registered as N335, race number 14 - Bardahl II'.1965: Sep - Race number 14 - white-black checkers, polished prop, no name - piloted by E.D. Weiner - 1st place in Transcontinental Race from Tampa to Reno1966: Sep - Reno, Race number 14, pilot: E.D. Weiner1967: Sep - Reno, Race number 14 - Bardahl II - piloted by E.D. Weiner- 2nd in the Transcon Race at 400.234 mph1968: Sep - Reno, Race number 14 - Bardahl II - piloted by E.D. Weiner- yellow and black checkerboard paint- new racing canopy-turtle-deck- won the Harold's Club Transcontinental Trophy Dash from Milwaukee to Reno, 1,667 miles averaging 361.14 mph1969: Sep - Reno, Race number 14 - STP Special - all red paint- E.D. Weiner too sick to fly in the Transcontinental Race- Weiner raced his pylon racer number 49 Bardahl Miss, but pulled out because of a heart attack. He died a week later.8 May 1973-2002 : Violet M. Bonzer, Los Angeles, CA. - 1973-1980 loaned to EAA Museum, Hales Corner, WI,.- 1980-1989 Stored, Truckee, CA., then trucked to Mesa, AZ for restoration.- Under restoration to airworthy as American Dreamer. 2012: Seen in good condition. (Note: Not to be confused with N335J Miss Bardahl a different aircraft also painted in Yellow checkerboard, owned by E.D. Weinr) Date: circa 1968

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Convair 580 N331G Featured 15 Feb 2021 Image

Convair 580 N331G

Convair 580 N331G (msn 202) Capitalist Tool of Forbes Magazine at London Heathrow Airport. built as a Convair CV-340-79-, powered by Pratt & Whitney R-2800 piston engines, 202 was converted to Convair 580 by fitting Allison 501D turboprop engines. Date: circa 1970

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Royal Air Force - Avro Shackleton AEW.2 WR960 Dougal Featured 15 Feb 2021 Image

Royal Air Force - Avro Shackleton AEW.2 WR960 Dougal

Royal Air Force - Avro Shackleton AEW.2 WR960 Dougal, delivered to No.8 Squadron at RAF Lossiemouth on 8 June 1972 and retired in 1981. The Airborne Early Warning (AEW) Shackletons of 8 Squadron were named after characters in the Oliver Postgate animated childrens series The Herbs and The Magic Roundabout: WL741 delivered 4.4.73 PC Knapweed, ret 81WL745 delivered 19.9.73 Sage, ret 81WL747 delivered 11.4.72 Florence, ret 91WL754 delivered 29.11.72 Paul, ret 81WL756 delivered 5.5.72, 21.6.72 Mr Rusty, ret 91WL757 delivered 29.8.72 Brian, ret 91WL790 delivered 20.9.72, 11.5.73 Mr McHenry, ret 91WL793 delivered 23.2.73 Ermintrude, ret 81WL795 delivered 18.10.72 Rosalie, ret 81WR960 delivered 8.6.72 Dougal, ret 81WR963 delivered 1.8.72 Ermintrude, changed to Parsley on 16.8.73, ret 91WR965 delivered 31.1.73, changed to Dill 17.8.73, written off with all crew killed 30.4.90 Date: circa 1977

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