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North Cascades Vintage Fly-In, Waco QFC-2, Skagit Aero, Concrete, WA
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A partially restored 1931 Waco QFC-2 sits in the back shop of the restoration hangar of the Skagit Aero Education Museum at Mears Field in Concrete, Washington. An ‘in process’ recreation of the 1932 Hall Bulldog air racer sits at the other end of the shop. Both are projects of Jim Jenkins, the Executive Director of the Museum. These fascinating restoration areas were open to vintage aircraft enthusiasts during the annual North Cascades Vintage Fly-In.
Copyright: Bill edwards
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上传: 01/08/2012
更新: 03/07/2014
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Tags: airplanes; aircraft; vintage aircraft; mears field; concrete; washington; north cascades vintage fly-in; skagit aero; waco 1931 qcf-2; hall bulldog
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