|Allan Bowker||14/07/2010 23:49:42|
1626 forum posts
A Spitfire and Typhoon last weekend at Duxford.
One of them has an unfair advantage, I will leave you lot to argue it out over who has it!
885 forum posts
|Well at least 50% of that formation has been an operational aircraft in the RAF, the other 50% is a waste of tax payers money and out of date before it entered service. I say entered service, we've paid for them but they don't work and haven't done anything useful in the 7 years the RAF has had them.|
|Peter Miller||15/07/2010 08:27:16|
10520 forum posts
IT should not have been called the Typhoon. It should have been called the Camel.
Camel: A horse designed by a comittee.
|ken anderson.||15/07/2010 09:12:19|
8526 forum posts
it is important as world leader's-we show the rest how to waste money correctley......never mind about save the planet etc...........
ken anderson....ne..1.....(vote for me)....
|Robin Coombs||15/07/2010 10:06:27|
144 forum posts
They look like nice models !! Good detail. He he
|kiwi g||15/07/2010 10:19:13|
1257 forum posts
Electric or nitro, opps glow
|A.A. Barry||15/07/2010 11:26:22|
1922 forum posts
I'll put money on the one in front
Edited By A.A. Barry on 15/07/2010 11:26:55
2083 forum posts
Spifire, can operate from firm grass, can be flown by civilian pilots, costs a lot less.
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