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Old 11th Jan 2021, 08:58
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Got the idea from a 53 Cadillac Eldorado
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Old 11th Jan 2021, 09:04
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" Build it your self, parts supplied in 240 Monthly editions at a special introductory price of 99c "

apologies Buster just seen your one on the same lines

also appears Nutty has a stutter

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Do not pull the chain while in the station
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Early edition of the ' BatCopter '
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Having discarded the idea of a glider from the roof of the White House as it would crash onto the new tennis courts, serious attempts were made to construct a helicopter from discarded office furniture for the President's planned escape.
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Yes it's Little Nellie's big sister Bertha
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.....and to increase range we fill fuel into the tip tanks....on the rotor blades
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We just lost the left engine, no the right engine, no . . .

Fire emergency thrusters.
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All was well when we thought radar would just pass straight through and have the signature of a small humming bird. Then we found we could fry a egg on the flat panels at the back in the radiation.

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When the rotors start moving, you'll understand why we got the tin hats.
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The new Mothercare Pilot Activity Centre, keep them occupied for hours, batteries not included.
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Well I got the idea from Madonna's Conical Bra
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Old 11th Jan 2021, 12:19
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Having struggled to get airborne with a underslung load, It was found easier to have SLF instead
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“I thought you were the test pilot......”

”Not likely, I thought you were!”

“Oh, look - there he is, running away!”
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Man on left reads Take Off Checklist ... “Our Father, who art in Heaven .,. “
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Man on right ,,, “Of course I’m a Pilot, look at the size of my watch!”
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Designer ... “The YH-2 will have a “glass cockpit” once I figure out where to mount it.”
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The Flight Test Observer’s confidence was indicated by tbe spreading damp patch on the helipad.
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A significant design feature was the omission of space for inappropriate Squadron badges,
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