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PostPosted: Tue Nov 04, 2008 9:13 pm 
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Just got a nice email from John Fallis.
His P-40N is repaired and flying again 8) 8)

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Good to hear! I was really looking forward to see this one fly at Geneseo this year, but sadly every time I saw it they had the engine panels off and were working on her. :cry: Im glad that the damage wasnt anymore severe.

Any chance we can get a pic of her after repairs? I always like looking at Warhawks without a shark mouth. :shock:

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Warhawks Without a Shark's Mouth?

Then you'll like the new one coming to Vintage Wings of Canada.

The original pilot, Stocky Edwards, is still hale and well in BC, and will be there at the unveiling in the spring. (He's the highest scoring surviving Canadian fighter pilot.)
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Its a K model to boot. Or should I say Mk. III? :lol:

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