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Mosquito

Uploaded by: fotomacc

Saturday September 29, 2012

Papakura, New Zealand

Caption: This fully restored Mosquito has now got about 3 hours flying time on its clock. I has been built for American Jerry Yager (hope I've got that right). he had the re-build done in new Zealand because he could not find the necessary skills anywhere else. :-) This was at an airshow in Auckland's Ardmore Airfield.

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11. fotomacc
5:49 AM GMT on November 19, 2012
Thank you Agris.
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10. Agris
8:18 PM GMT on November 18, 2012
Top exclusive view! Elegant series !! Thank you for comments to another remarks. I read them with great interest ! Good luck to the team working with this unique planes history and made them from dreams to reality.

It is pretty nice to see them flying !
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9. fotomacc
3:23 AM GMT on October 22, 2012
Thanks Steve.
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8. Bluesmaster
11:59 PM GMT on October 21, 2012
What a great sight to see this war bird flying, terrific shot!
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7. fotomacc
5:38 AM GMT on October 16, 2012
Thank you Gil.
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6. gilg72
1:20 AM GMT on October 16, 2012
Beautiful shot & series.
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5. fotomacc
7:31 AM GMT on October 02, 2012
Yes, indeed it is made of wood. Now that the mould is available there is at least one other under construction here in Auckland.

It was a great treat to see it flying.

And, Bernard, I can't agree with you more.
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4. whooper
10:26 PM GMT on October 01, 2012
What a treat to see one of these flying again. Yes it's made of wood........
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3. Hotzenwaelder
10:02 AM GMT on October 01, 2012
I am always amazed at the beauty of machines that were were build to bring death and destruction.
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2. bird12
3:19 PM GMT on September 30, 2012
niceClassic ... I've never seen one ... and I think this is made of wood too ...
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1. fotomacc
8:11 AM GMT on September 30, 2012
Jerry's name is Yagen - not Yager. He comes from Norfolk, VA. He is also having a CAC31 Sabre restored here.
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What a great place our world is, and what better place to get to see it than here at WunderPhotos. Thank you every one for sharing your scenes with us all. I hope to share with you some images from New Zealand. I hope you enjoy them. Please forgive me if I do not comment frequently on your images : so many photos - so little time.

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