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Ian L

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About Ian L

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  • Birthday November 27

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  1. Hello RAFMT did you receive my PM to you ? Regards Ian
  2. Lovely looking restoration, I'm surprised its not sold at £6,500. good luck.
  3. The Victoty show is back again for 2020 then ? Only missed this year because of Arnhem
  4. Thanks for the heads up Nick, I've just booked in my Norton 16H & Ariel WNG
  5. Promote that man to Squadron leader, that's exactly what I'm looking for where did you find it & have you got the other appendix's B E F G mentioned. I knew it would be an exact pattern/size, I'll up the airfield tonight practising my night landings.
  6. Where did you get that from Guy as I'm not sure I agree with that. As a pilot myself I dont see how you would get the landing perceptive & flare height right without the spacing always being the same otherwise you would not be able to judge height above ground or runway distance.
  7. Hi Guy. That's good mate that's a start, that's sort of what I'm looking for as I cant find anything on 'Wicki' There must be a booklet around showing how these were used & laid out on a landing strip ? thay would have to be spaced at an exact distance otherwise the pilot would not know the length of the runway at night.
  8. Oh ok I thought it was going to be instructions on how to use it ?
  9. The publication regarding to that reference number i posted
  10. Hi Guys I'm looking for this information regarding the Goose Neck Flares. The '21G/95' is the RAF AP 1086 Stores Vocabulary number, i.e. Section 21G, Reference 95 Clive can you help ?
  11. Ok 5 days but my point is that the organiser is providing all the amenities we need for a cheap camp & then half way through the paying public come in.
  12. So we have all had a very cheep holiday for many years but now he's charging realistic prices, had it only been a 3 day show & open to the public on each day then yes I agree that we shouldn't pay to bring our vehicles but its not a 3 day show. Its a weeks camp open for 3 days to the public, the rest of the time the organiser is paying for security, toilets, medical tent and hundreds of other things for us to have a cheep weeks holiday.
  13. You quite obviously have quite a rare vehicle and deep pockets if you can afford to have it transported to the show, I personally drive my 1944 Ausrin 135 miles to the show costing me arround £125 each way and its smiles per mile all the way.
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