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shiv,are u planning for a ride of any one of these? It’ll be a perfect opportunity to retrospect your career.
shiv, have some manners … atleast you could have identified those aircraft for the sake of others.
Ah! The de Havilland Moth. Very Classy!
my great grand-dads aircraft…….
The above “Mihir” isn’t me.
I hope nobody flies that contraption. the wings look like they are about to fall off
they are the tiger moth and harvard aircraft originally displayed at AFA museum.
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