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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by EvilGenius, Jan 1, 2009.
The all jet B-36 variant, cool pic!
You can tell they're professionals. They can't even afford pants!
Nice work with the Citabria Norcalwelder. I wouldn't mind owning one of those myself.
Somebody took the heel off that poor girls shoe.
smoking hot girls and you notice the one girl's shoe...
True! Makes you wonder what else is edited in, or out, or...accentuated...
I think her ankle is just turned inward at an odd angle, and the ankle is hidden by her foot. I'll continue to study the pic in detail and let you know what else I discover.
Ankle is hidden by her foot?!
My bad! Heel of the shoe is hidden by her foot.
And I don't know how many guys here own hangars, but they just installed this in one of ours...a ceiling fan with a 24 foot diameter. The company is Big Ass Fans. Maybe this belongs in the thread of awesome...
They have some of those fans in the outdoor garden section at the local WalMart...they move quite a bit of air!
I was working my way down dammit.
Seen those before. They are impressive.
they are in our lcoal hardware store as well
Uber cool that they have winglets (and not wanting to start a whole debate about winglets)
One big exhaust pipe on each side
Here is the startup video:
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Stewart S51 is the one i was thinking of...
Building an almost new Mosquito in New Zealand
Wonder what engines this will have in it?
We've got 3 of them.
Keep an eye on the blade to hubdrive brackets, all of ours developed stress cracks after a year.
They came and fixed 'em under warranty though.
These are pics of the 20 101 and 82nd airborne pathfinder units that led the Normandy invasion. Pics of each plane with crew and unit. The were first in and set up radio and spotlight markers for the rest of the airborne.
D-Day - Pathfinders