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Old 7th Nov 2013, 21:24
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Got it in one...

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the parked 206?
There was a guy hanging around the airport one day though that swore this aircraft was a very specific model of the 205. It is or it isn't I guess, pretty simple
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Old 7th Nov 2013, 21:42
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How much did it cost you to repair your jab xxx?
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Old 7th Nov 2013, 21:58
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not much i would imagine, just a new fence pailing..
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There was a guy hanging around the airport one day though that swore this aircraft was a very specific model of the 205. It is or it isn't I guess, pretty simple
It is not a 205. The easy way to tell is look for the rear baggage door on the LHS (no evidence of it in this pic).

It is an early model 206.
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How much did it cost you to repair your jab xxx?
not much i would imagine, just a new fence pailing..
That's right Ultralights, the LAME just whittled down an old railway sleeper that was lying behind the hangar and painted on some black tips.

It just needed a bulk strip / new engine and a cowl tidyup from memory, not much damage, but the 206 on the other hand
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Hello Ultralights, photos in order are Cape Frankland looking SW, Cape Frankland from Killiecrankie, Franklin Sound, St Helens, Port Arthur, Cradle Mountain, Hobart, Barnes Bluff, King Island. A good selection of Tasmania, hopes you had a great time.
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So you did hit the 206?
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So you did hit the 206?
No that wasn't me, sorry Jacko. It was a hired Jab.
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Team Dodgy meets the Cherokee Challenge Team in The Alice

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With the Cherokee

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Heh, I think two of those blokes are long lost Bros of mine!



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Old 10th Nov 2013, 11:53
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Whoever shopped that last picture, well done, you thought to do the ASIC as well. If the picture wasn't Photoshopped, my sincerest apologies.

As a beardy myself, I have a dilemma this time of year. I've already got the mo, do I let it get longer? I'm already chewing on it when I eat my lunch. Or do I shave it off for Movember?
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Makes me feel really old - CFK is in my logbook in 1969!

I saw her at YCAB a few years back, although the gent flying didn't appreciate the significance of the CF* rego....
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CFK is in my logbook also, Dora. Did my Bonanza endorsment in it with the infamous Hemple in the 70's. He read the paper while I familiarised myself with the Bo!

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Forkie:

As she was then:

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A Jab over the Blowhole and back to Jasper's Brush..



Australian made
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near Sydney



OK, exactly where was it taken and what aeroplane is it.

Taken last month during the fires near Sydney
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A Klemm Eagle, taken close to the sun?
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you got it,

Exactly correct!

I thought it was to obscure!
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