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Classic Wings Magazine WWII Naval Aviation Research Pacific Luftwaffe Resource Center
When Hollywood Ruled The Skies - Volumes 1 through 4 by Bruce Oriss


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 27, 2015 6:37 am 
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My Dad just sent me this link...so good I had to share! Picture quality is incredible. Enjoy!

https://www.flickr.com/photos/23032926@N05/albums/72157628027548881/page1/

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Cool pics.

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Wow! These are great! My favourites have to be the natural-metal A4D, the Shawnee, and that stunning Harpoon. What a collection! Thanks heaps for the link! :drink3:

Now, who'll be first to say which of these airframes survive and where?

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I contacted Bob Garrard regarding the B-25 photos in his collection, He refused (which is his option) to let me obtain the copies without the Bob Garrard watermark because he didn’t take the pictures. I sure would have loved to have been able to add those B-25s to my collection.
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gary1954 wrote:
I contacted Bob Garrard regarding the B-25 photos in his collection, He refused (which is his option) to let me obtain the copies without the Bob Garrard watermark because he didn’t take the pictures. I sure would have loved to have been able to add those B-25s to my collection.
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Try the NMUSAF: some were in Dave Menard's collection (without watermark!). Not really 'on' to cite the "not mine" BS, when they're obviously in many cases available elsewhere.


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wow - those are all really cool - the YB-52, The Goblin - just wow! Can you imagine an air show with that kind of hardware now? - NEVER.

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