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    Senior Member Bo_Nidle's Avatar
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    I bought the Nov 05 issue of Flypast magazine and there was a nice article about this restored P-51D and pilot of the original aircraft, Bill Price coming over to the UK to fly in a P-51 again for the first time in 60 years!

    Inspiration doesn't come better than that!
    "Janie"
    its available at http://www.flying-legends.net


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    Senior Member Bo_Nidle's Avatar
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    I bought the Nov 05 issue of Flypast magazine and there was a nice article about this restored P-51D and pilot of the original aircraft, Bill Price coming over to the UK to fly in a P-51 again for the first time in 60 years!

    Inspiration doesn't come better than that!
    "Janie"
    its available at http://www.flying-legends.net


    Bo_Nidle



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    Lord Flasheart RFC 1917

    "All that is required for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing" Edmund Burke
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    Again, sweet mate.
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    Just when I thought it was safe to come in for the night, you put up another of these things. Now there's a full flight. So, I have to download it, unzip and put it in the sim. Then make up the full flight...3 ol' AIs and me, and go chasing around the Normandy map at dusk.

    Life gets tedious sometimes.

    Don't stop. We love it!

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    A being breathing thoughtful breath,/A Traveller between life and death." -- Wordsworth
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