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PostSubject: Omaka Airshow - Marlborough New Zealand   Tue Apr 18 2017, 05:52

Over the Easter weekend the Classic Fighters airshow was held in the upper South Island of NZ.

It is run every second year and is a great environment for an airshow with Sir Peter Jackson's museum on the same field and numerous old machines based there.

One of the newer resident warbirds is this beautiful MkXIV Spitfire in it's stunning SEAC scheme. This year they again flew the 1:1 replica V1 so a rare sight took place!

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PostSubject: Re: Omaka Airshow - Marlborough New Zealand   Tue Apr 18 2017, 09:33

Great shot. Never knew there was a flying V-1 replica.

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PostSubject: Re: Omaka Airshow - Marlborough New Zealand   Sat Apr 29 2017, 21:50

Beaut shot Stew. Cool
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PostSubject: Re: Omaka Airshow - Marlborough New Zealand   Sun May 07 2017, 17:47

Great pic and as the others have said I never hear of a V1 replica. RC I assunme but landing that thing in grass must take some doing and a little damage .

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