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Kittyhawk at Temora June Flying Weekend
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This little beauty looks like one of the model airplanes that I assembled as a child. I was a bit obsessed with them -- and no, I didn't sniff the glue!!!. Thanks for sharing this great photo.
09/Sep/09 12:38 AM
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Nice picture of the Curtiss P-40 Warhawk, made famous by the Flying Tigers in WWII.
09/Sep/09 12:40 AM
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Fun puzzle photo - thanks! (Glad to hear you didn't sniff the glue as a little tyke, Kay!)
09/Sep/09 8:29 AM
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Another of ours from the Temora-Junee-Cowra weekend in June. Glsd you liked it.
09/Sep/09 1:19 PM
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glad !
09/Sep/09 1:19 PM
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I hope he's on our side!
09/Sep/09 2:48 PM
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curtiss_P-40_Warhawk
Warhawk - Tomahawk - Kittyhawk (same plane, several classes - several nations)

Wikipedia also says: Of the 13,738 P-40s built, only 19 P-40s remain airworthy with only three having dual controls. Approximately 80 aircraft are on static display or under restoration.

This one flies. It is one of the 19.
09/Sep/09 5:44 PM
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Actually it does not belong to the museum - it seems to be privately owned: http://www.aviationmuseum.com.au/news/JunFlyingWeekend2009.cfm
09/Sep/09 5:52 PM
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