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    Quote Originally Posted by Mk VII View Post
    The sole surviving example of the type rests in the RAF Museum; this a/c was supplied to the Americans as an evaluation sample and was swapped back by the Smithsonian some years ago.
    I'd like to see a current picture of that Typhoon, MKVII.

    The last picture I saw of it, the thing was sitting in near darkness, looking very forlorn, despite an apparently new coat of paint.

    Kind and Respectful Regards MKVII, Uyraell.

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    Thank you MkVII.

    A Much better pic than the last I chanced to see.

    Kind and Respectful Regards, Uyraell.

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    I kind of like the Hawker Fury and Tempest.
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    Aesthetically, I'm inclined to agree, Kiwimac.

    Having seen the "Baghdad Fury" close-up in Masterton in the late 1990's I can say the aircraft is certainly impressive to hear and see.

    The Tempest II / Fury II lineage is fairly obvious. So also is the size of the aircraft.
    The P47 Thunderbolt is often commented-upon, in terms of sheer size. The Tempest II is a close match.

    The Tempest as powered by the Napier Sabre Mk II a2/A2d/e, Mk IV, Mk IV E, or Mk VI/ VI E is certainly a "last of it's kind" inline-engined fighter.
    The like was never to be seen again, and was only thereafter but dimly echoed in aircraft like the Turbo Cavalier of the mid-to-late 1960's.

    There is much of appeal in the Tempest and Fury II, I agree.

    Kind and Respectful Regards Kiwimac, Uyraell.
    Last edited by Uyraell; 12-28-2010 at 11:00 PM. Reason: Typo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uyraell View Post
    Aesthetically, I'm inclined to agree, Kiwimac.

    Having seen the "Baghdad Fury" close-up in Masterton in the late 1990's I can say the aircraft is certainly impressive to hear and see.

    The Tempest II / Fury II lineage is fairly obvious. So also is the size of the aircraft.
    The P47 Thunderbolt is often commented-upon, in terms of sheer size. The Tempest II is a close match.

    The Tempest as powered by the Napier Sabre Mk II a2/A2d/e, Mk IV, Mk IV E, or Mk VI/ VI E is certainly a "last of it's kind" inline-engined fighter.
    The like was never to be seen again, and was only thereafter but dimly echoed in aircraft like the Turbo Cavalier of the mid-to-late 1960's.

    There is much of appeal in the Tempest and Fury II, I agree.

    Kind and Respectful Regards Kiwimac, Uyraell.
    Ah, Hood Aerodrome! I remember going to a Warbirds hoolie there in the late 80s, saw the Fury there then.
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    Last edited by kiwimac; 12-29-2010 at 05:34 AM.
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    Many, MANY Thanks for posting those pics Kiwimac!!

    A tremendous pleasure to see those, and recall various associate memories.

    Warm, Kind, and Respectful Regards Kiwimac, Uyraell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mk VII View Post
    The sole surviving example of the type rests in the RAF Museum; this a/c was supplied to the Americans as an evaluation sample and was swapped back by the Smithsonian some years ago.
    I have been to see it, and it does have real presence - despite the lack of light I managed to get a photo and tweak it up to make it visible...
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