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  #91  
Old January 9th 07, 07:29 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
Flying Frog
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Default It's Nice Here ..... Mirage IIIO at RAAF Museum - Pt Cook 13

Le [Jour] 08/01/2007, Dave Kearton a écrit :

Ah, just another worf: I'm a Mitage III fanatic, and I'm looking for a
nice Walkatounf of single and two seater Australian MIIIs. If you know
a way to have that for my website, I'm very interested.


Miammmmmmm! Dave, are you able to do walkarounds I'm looking for?

--
Chris
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Walkarounds & Scale modelling Portal: http://www.ffsmc.com
Sites partenaires: Nikon France (http://www.nikon.fr) et Plus2PC
(http://www.plus2pc.com)
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  #92  
Old January 9th 07, 07:58 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
Dave Kearton
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Default It's Nice Here ..... Mirage IIIO at RAAF Museum - Pt Cook 13

Flying Frog wrote:
Le [Jour] 08/01/2007, Dave Kearton a écrit :

Ah, just another worf: I'm a Mitage III fanatic, and I'm looking
for a nice Walkatounf of single and two seater Australian MIIIs. If
you know a way to have that for my website, I'm very interested.


Miammmmmmm! Dave, are you able to do walkarounds I'm looking for?




Definitely. The museum at Parafield is the closest one to me, next
time I'm down that way I can get whatever you want. My father (the
chubby guy at left of the Bloodhound's tail) is visiting me in March and we
traditionally do the museum tour.


Incidentally, the Parafield Mirage is the one that landed wheels-up at
Tullamarine in 1974, using the drop tanks for undercarriage. While
the plane didn't look too bad (considering) the RAAF wrote it off anyway.
It was restored a couple of years ago, the elvons look absolutely
original - but are crafted out of marine ply. Most of the damage was
done post-landing by RAAF techs souveniring or stripping parts for other
birds.

Please send me a small example of what you want - and remind me sometime
early March.

--

Cheers

Dave Kearton


  #93  
Old January 9th 07, 07:58 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
Dave Kearton
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Default It's Nice Here ..... Mirage IIIO at RAAF Museum - Pt Cook 13

Flying Frog wrote:
Le [Jour] 08/01/2007, Dave Kearton a écrit :

Ah, just another worf: I'm a Mitage III fanatic, and I'm looking
for a nice Walkatounf of single and two seater Australian MIIIs. If
you know a way to have that for my website, I'm very interested.


Miammmmmmm! Dave, are you able to do walkarounds I'm looking for?




Definitely. The museum at Parafield is the closest one to me, next
time I'm down that way I can get whatever you want. My father (the
chubby guy at left of the Bloodhound's tail) is visiting me in March and we
traditionally do the museum tour.


Incidentally, the Parafield Mirage is the one that landed wheels-up at
Tullamarine in 1974, using the drop tanks for undercarriage. While
the plane didn't look too bad (considering) the RAAF wrote it off anyway.
It was restored a couple of years ago, the elvons look absolutely
original - but are crafted out of marine ply. Most of the damage was
done post-landing by RAAF techs souveniring or stripping parts for other
birds.

Please send me a small example of what you want - and remind me sometime
early March.

--

Cheers

Dave Kearton


  #94  
Old January 9th 07, 09:09 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
Flying Frog
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Default It's Nice Here ..... Mirage IIIO at RAAF Museum - Pt Cook 13

Dave Kearton a présenté l'énoncé suivant :

Definitely. The museum at Parafield is the closest one to me, next time
I'm down that way I can get whatever you want. My father (the chubby
guy at left of the Bloodhound's tail) is visiting me in March and we
traditionally do the museum tour.


Incidentally, the Parafield Mirage is the one that landed wheels-up at
Tullamarine in 1974, using the drop tanks for undercarriage. While
the plane didn't look too bad (considering) the RAAF wrote it off anyway. It
was restored a couple of years ago, the elvons look absolutely original -
but are crafted out of marine ply. Most of the damage was done
post-landing by RAAF techs souveniring or stripping parts for other birds.

Please send me a small example of what you want - and remind me sometime
early March.


Greaaaaaaaaaattttttttttttttt Dave!!!!!!!!!! Thanks a lot!!!

What I need? Hummm, hard to explaim because you know my poor English.
The better way I thing is to subscribe to my website
(http://www.ffsmc.com) and to go in the walkarounds to see.

Thanks again.. ;o)

--
Chris
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Walkarounds & Scale modelling Portal: http://www.ffsmc.com
Sites partenaires: Nikon France (http://www.nikon.fr) et Plus2PC
(http://www.plus2pc.com)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


  #95  
Old January 9th 07, 09:09 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
Flying Frog
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Default It's Nice Here ..... Mirage IIIO at RAAF Museum - Pt Cook 13

Dave Kearton a présenté l'énoncé suivant :

Definitely. The museum at Parafield is the closest one to me, next time
I'm down that way I can get whatever you want. My father (the chubby
guy at left of the Bloodhound's tail) is visiting me in March and we
traditionally do the museum tour.


Incidentally, the Parafield Mirage is the one that landed wheels-up at
Tullamarine in 1974, using the drop tanks for undercarriage. While
the plane didn't look too bad (considering) the RAAF wrote it off anyway. It
was restored a couple of years ago, the elvons look absolutely original -
but are crafted out of marine ply. Most of the damage was done
post-landing by RAAF techs souveniring or stripping parts for other birds.

Please send me a small example of what you want - and remind me sometime
early March.


Greaaaaaaaaaattttttttttttttt Dave!!!!!!!!!! Thanks a lot!!!

What I need? Hummm, hard to explaim because you know my poor English.
The better way I thing is to subscribe to my website
(http://www.ffsmc.com) and to go in the walkarounds to see.

Thanks again.. ;o)

--
Chris
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Walkarounds & Scale modelling Portal: http://www.ffsmc.com
Sites partenaires: Nikon France (http://www.nikon.fr) et Plus2PC
(http://www.plus2pc.com)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


  #96  
Old January 9th 07, 09:14 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
Flying Frog
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Default It's Nice Here ..... Mirage IIIO at RAAF Museum - Pt Cook 13

Flying Frog a formulé ce mardi :

Greaaaaaaaaaattttttttttttttt Dave!!!!!!!!!! Thanks a lot!!!

What I need? Hummm, hard to explaim because you know my poor English. The
better way I thing is to subscribe to my website (http://www.ffsmc.com) and
to go in the walkarounds to see.

Thanks again.. ;o)


Notice: I'm a Mirage fan, but I'm interested with everything which
flies, go on the sea, on a railway, on a road (especially the raod
trains...), etc... In fact, everything which is interesting for scale
modellers. Don't forget something you can see every day is often very
exotic for people from the other side of the world... ;o)

--
Chris
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Walkarounds & Scale modelling Portal: http://www.ffsmc.com
Sites partenaires: Nikon France (http://www.nikon.fr) et Plus2PC
(http://www.plus2pc.com)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


  #97  
Old January 9th 07, 09:14 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
Flying Frog
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Default It's Nice Here ..... Mirage IIIO at RAAF Museum - Pt Cook 13

Flying Frog a formulé ce mardi :

Greaaaaaaaaaattttttttttttttt Dave!!!!!!!!!! Thanks a lot!!!

What I need? Hummm, hard to explaim because you know my poor English. The
better way I thing is to subscribe to my website (http://www.ffsmc.com) and
to go in the walkarounds to see.

Thanks again.. ;o)


Notice: I'm a Mirage fan, but I'm interested with everything which
flies, go on the sea, on a railway, on a road (especially the raod
trains...), etc... In fact, everything which is interesting for scale
modellers. Don't forget something you can see every day is often very
exotic for people from the other side of the world... ;o)

--
Chris
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Walkarounds & Scale modelling Portal: http://www.ffsmc.com
Sites partenaires: Nikon France (http://www.nikon.fr) et Plus2PC
(http://www.plus2pc.com)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


  #98  
Old January 9th 07, 09:28 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
Dave Kearton
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Default It's Nice Here ..... Mirage IIIO at RAAF Museum - Pt Cook 13

Flying Frog wrote:
Dave Kearton a présenté l'énoncé suivant :

Definitely. The museum at Parafield is the closest one to me, next
time I'm down that way I can get whatever you want. My
father (the chubby guy at left of the Bloodhound's tail) is
visiting me in March and we traditionally do the museum tour.


Incidentally, the Parafield Mirage is the one that landed wheels-up
at Tullamarine in 1974, using the drop tanks for undercarriage. While
the plane didn't look too bad (considering) the RAAF wrote it
off anyway. It was restored a couple of years ago, the elvons look
absolutely original - but are crafted out of marine ply. Most
of the damage was done post-landing by RAAF techs souveniring or
stripping parts for other birds. Please send me a small example of what
you want - and remind me
sometime early March.


Greaaaaaaaaaattttttttttttttt Dave!!!!!!!!!! Thanks a lot!!!

What I need? Hummm, hard to explaim because you know my poor English.
The better way I thing is to subscribe to my website
(http://www.ffsmc.com) and to go in the walkarounds to see.

Thanks again.. ;o)




No problems Chris, consider it done - or as we say .... no WFs





--

Cheers

Dave Kearton


  #99  
Old January 9th 07, 09:28 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
Dave Kearton
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Posts: 1,453
Default It's Nice Here ..... Mirage IIIO at RAAF Museum - Pt Cook 13

Flying Frog wrote:
Dave Kearton a présenté l'énoncé suivant :

Definitely. The museum at Parafield is the closest one to me, next
time I'm down that way I can get whatever you want. My
father (the chubby guy at left of the Bloodhound's tail) is
visiting me in March and we traditionally do the museum tour.


Incidentally, the Parafield Mirage is the one that landed wheels-up
at Tullamarine in 1974, using the drop tanks for undercarriage. While
the plane didn't look too bad (considering) the RAAF wrote it
off anyway. It was restored a couple of years ago, the elvons look
absolutely original - but are crafted out of marine ply. Most
of the damage was done post-landing by RAAF techs souveniring or
stripping parts for other birds. Please send me a small example of what
you want - and remind me
sometime early March.


Greaaaaaaaaaattttttttttttttt Dave!!!!!!!!!! Thanks a lot!!!

What I need? Hummm, hard to explaim because you know my poor English.
The better way I thing is to subscribe to my website
(http://www.ffsmc.com) and to go in the walkarounds to see.

Thanks again.. ;o)




No problems Chris, consider it done - or as we say .... no WFs





--

Cheers

Dave Kearton


  #100  
Old January 9th 07, 09:31 AM posted to alt.binaries.pictures.aviation
Flying Frog
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Default It's Nice Here ..... Mirage IIIO at RAAF Museum - Pt Cook 13

Dave Kearton a exprimé avec précision :

No problems Chris, consider it done - or as we say .... no WFs


Thanks a lot Dave. I'm sure a lot of people will be very interested.

--
Chris
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Walkarounds & Scale modelling Portal: http://www.ffsmc.com
Sites partenaires: Nikon France (http://www.nikon.fr) et Plus2PC
(http://www.plus2pc.com)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


 




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