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So, What would you buy with your lottery win?

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cymaz17/08/2017 08:14:20
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One of these perhaps??

cymaz17/08/2017 08:15:29
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Oh butter fingers ,me! Can a mod change the spelling pleaseblushblush

buster prop17/08/2017 08:19:04
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A big field?

Andy G.17/08/2017 08:27:52
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I would spend most of it on wild women and drink, what was leftover I would just waste! devil

Jon - Laser Engines17/08/2017 08:29:32
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The Spit is lovely but this is such a bargain i couldnt pass it up! **LINK**

iqon17/08/2017 08:29:48
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A spell checker surprise

cymaz17/08/2017 08:33:20
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A spiel chequer ??

Keith Sharples17/08/2017 08:39:28
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I would get what every my wife would like or wants, if she is happy and content then I am.

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Then I would get a field with crossing tarmac runways so it's good which ever the direction of the wind. It would be away from anyone that can complain, a club house alongside the field and start a good club. Also all the models I have dreamed of.

Simon B17/08/2017 08:40:09
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I'd buy my own field with a hard runway
Denis Watkins17/08/2017 09:08:33
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It has to be field ownership

And a tarmac strip, with flat grass strip either side of course

Bob Cotsford17/08/2017 10:33:47
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Posted by cymaz on 17/08/2017 08:14:20:

One of these perhaps??

No thanks, it would have to be a two-seater so I could be chauffeured around the sky.

More realistically it would be a bungalow with extensive workshop and storage space, preferably with a small lake in the back garden so I could fly floatplanes again without the traveling.

Josip Vrandecic -Mes17/08/2017 10:42:23
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Hi Peter, I sign ... but I take this one **LINK** and we will fly over Cornwall..... together,surviving the crisis of middle and old (my) age blush

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Edited By Josip Vrandecic -Mes on 17/08/2017 10:45:44

Bob Cotsford17/08/2017 11:02:33
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and as gate-guardian for my bungalow

Chris Walby17/08/2017 11:58:55
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Why a gate guardian when you could have the real thing

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As the biggest share holder might even get to be navigator

Failing that a nice scale mossi with a couple of Moki radials, not the same, but would sound nice in a different sort of way!

john stones 117/08/2017 12:06:10
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Some land and an Horse, would adopt some dogs from RSPCA as well, oh an a Goat. face 1

KiwiKid17/08/2017 15:05:39
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Posted by Denis Watkins on 17/08/2017 09:08:33:

It has to be field ownership

And a tarmac strip, with flat grass strip either side of course

This guy in the States actually did it. He has two guys employed maintaining the site and building him new jets!

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John Bisset17/08/2017 15:37:54
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The Hurricane, and a field to base her on, preferably in France since they are so much more aviation friendly than we have become! . Plus of course a Harvard for conversion training!

And of course if it was a good enough win I could buy a suitable machine with which to waft myself and my partner (plus sundry r/c models) across to go play. Nothing too ostentatious you understand...

Colin Carpenter17/08/2017 15:37:59
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Cor !!!!!!!!!😤

cymaz17/08/2017 15:43:20
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Posted by john stones 1 on 17/08/2017 12:06:10:

Some land and an Horse, would adopt some dogs from RSPCA as well, oh an a Goat. face 1

What's the goat for? Company for the horse?

Geoff Sleath17/08/2017 16:24:53
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I'd buy our airfield and have mains drainage and electricity so it was all very civilised. Oh and build a house/workshop (not necessarily in that order) so I didn't have far to go to fly. It's also in a very attractive part of S Derbyshire with good access to quiet lanes and footpaths so we could have hassle free walking and cycling.

Geoff

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