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Old 29 July 2000, 02:04 PM   #1
Mark P.
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Does anyone know where the airplanes from the GWP flown by Frank Tallman are now?

Mark P.
Old 31 July 2000, 12:10 AM   #2
Maxwell Crestborne
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The Camel look-alike which I believe was built by Jim Appelby, CA, is still very much alive and flying when the Warner Scarab allows, in England. It is operated by Personal Plane Services, out of Booker airfield, by Tony Bianchi. He is not the only pilot who flies it however. It's used for the occasional airshow and the like. The a/c is merely a look-alike built for the film originally. Hence the heat-shrink wrapper all- metal structure approach, yes that includes the wings too I'm afraid. Hope this helps.
Old 31 July 2000, 03:14 AM   #3
Mark P.
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Thanks for the info on the Camel. Would this be the same plane that the landing gear was hinged on one side? Would you know anything on the Dr1 (Kessler's) plane?

Thanks Again



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