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Here is a real delight, fresh out of Restoration (literally!).. This was snapped outside the hanger of a small aircraft restoration firm based at Bruntingthorpe...
All are welcome to grope around when open days are on.. And it is a fascinating place..
Painted in U.S. Navel colours in use in the Early 50's, it looks stunning in the sun..
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Make: NIKON CORPORATION
Model: NIKON D40
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This is a first class photograph Rob and a must zoom.
This really is a great-looking plane Rob, they did a great job restoring it
Just beautiful plane . Remember those ones in 50 and 60 Tarzan haved one similar one Hummm Thanks to share ((5++))
Sat in the sun to dry the paint.....brilliant mate.Hmmmm, may have to pass this on to Stan in the paintshop, I really like that shiny blue! (ha! Im sounding like Tara :-) Definitely a 'keeper' for a quite hour at The Plant.....
She's a beauty! Great capture.
Just beautiful! - Boy I'd love to take her up!
Fab capture Rob, love that colour.. and how it reflects light.. sooooo much brighter and 'bluer' in the sun.. looks beautiful!!
That's definitely a beauty, Rob, and you got a great shot of her! It's great seeing this lovely lady looking all sparkling new!
Outstanding pic of the Beech, mate, that looks so much like the Lockheed aeroplane that aviatrix Amelia Earhart flew around in.
So good to keep seeing new restorations joining the fleet. Fine photo my friend.
Looks stunning in blue mate.
Beautiful image :)
It's a beautiful plane nice catch on this one Rob.
You did very nice shot!
Really nice texturing and shading...Oh No...we are here at the photography gallery...LOL ;-))
The weld detail is so fine... the secret must be the gloss, it picks up all the subtle surface detail.
Stunning work Bro..very nicely captured!
Great capture of this restoration Rob!
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