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Russ Magnuson and his Goodyear Blimp Control Car
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For over twenty years Russ Magnuson has led a team of volunteers in restoring a Goodyear blimp control car to superb condition at the New England Air Museum. Here he works on a wooden pattern to be used in fabricating aluminum engine cowlings.
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Geüpload: 26/06/2014
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