Hello. Find here all the best of clip video, photo of these last 3 years with this amazing survivor supermarine stunning spitfire PR XIX, equiped with high power griffon piston engine and contra rotating propeller, (listen to awesome start up sequence. startup) it is still flying very good and sharp, We are operating this bird in France, after rebuilding at Chino (CA USA) by Steve Hinton team, used by RAF royal air force in early days of 1945 at the end of the war ww2, it's a hight flight quality plane, agility, maneuverability for dog fight demo and display, aerobatic hight speed and low level pass, from Chino Los Angeles to Dijon Darois LFGI (france home base airfield and workshop) and flying also at legends airshow Duxford EGSU aerobatic and balbo display. Bex. Ila Berlin. Also with mustang p51 la Ferte Allais, paris (with Francois Gonet Annemasse on picture) flight formation airshow display at Hahnweide old timer, september 2007, festival de l'aviation ancienne. thumb up and see you soon at the field. save the planet aerobatic airshow... (acrobatie presentation voltige). enjoy this film and movie..
Undoubtedly the most famous British combat aircraft of World War II, the Spitfire is as deeply ingrained in the collective psyche of most Britons as the P-51 Mustang is in most Americans'. First flown on 5 March 1936, the Spitfire sprang from the design desk of R.J. Mitchell, who had previously submitted an unsuccessful design for a similar fighter, the Type 224. Once given the freedom to design an aircraft outside of the strict Air Ministry specifications, his Type 300 emerged as a clear winner; so much so that a new Air Ministry specification was written to match the new design.
Originally a gift from King Bhumibol of Thailand to The Planes of Fame Museum back in 1962, this aircraft spent many years in storage. The restoration gained impetus only oafter the museum decided to marry the airframe with Rolls-Royce Griffon engine and contra-rotating propeller from an Avro Shackleton maritime patrol aircraft.
- this Spitfire was operated in Chino LA for many years, but sold to France in 2007. Go fast and low level in danger zone to stay alive... ok...
Arnold. Original oldtimer Director and maker
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