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Cavanaugh Flight Museum 2018

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Very cool, I love Cavanaugh!! Went there some years back and had a good time. Glad to see they still have the Spanish He-111 from the BoB movie, too. Did you know that the nose art on their silver B-25 was re-painted during restoration by the same veteran who painted it during WW2, with the SAME enamel paints?

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Hi, very nice pictures, and just a question: was that A26 invader in your first picture in the "warbird-flying" society a couple of years ago,  mainly out of Norway?

If so, i've seen it flying from our airport in the past.

 

HTH

 

Jack

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The sign for the A-26 says that Cavanaugh aquired it in 2008. It doesn't say who was the previous owner. The serial number is 44-35710.

 

I'm told that the Fw 190D is not a real plane.   Just a moqup.  I've only seen it in the storage hangar.  Never on display. 

 

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Guest Clunkmeister

That place is 15 miles from me, and other than getting checked out in a T-6 a few years back, I’ve never been there.

 

Silly me. I’ve never been in their main hangar.

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