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    And this are two remarkable pictures, Ia-33 with Gloster and IA-24 attack craft in Cordoba, what times, snif...snif.






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    What a pic!

    Really impressive, I've never seen those photos. Can I ask your fonts?
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    My fonts ? you mean my sources ?


    Es esta:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Panzerknacker View Post
    And this are two remarkable pictures, Ia-33 with Gloster and IA-24 attack craft in Cordoba, what times, snif...snif.





    It seems our Panzerknacker has a sentimental streak,,,,,,

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    You bet ¡¡¡

    Comparing the 1940-50s Argentine military power with todays s one always make me melancolic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panzerknacker View Post
    You bet ¡¡¡

    Comparing the 1940-50s Argentine military power with todays s one always make me melancolic.
    you are a good man P.K. its always good to remember the old days, and old ways, and the things that made them happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panzerknacker View Post
    And this are two remarkable pictures, Ia-33 with Gloster and IA-24 attack craft in Cordoba, what times, snif...snif.

    The plane top left landing or taking off seems to be on course to clean up one of the planes in the foreground.

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    you are a good man P.K. its always good to remember the old days, and old ways, and the things that made them happen.
    Thanks, to be honest I am a old man trapped in a 27 years body , I dont like to use mobile phones, I prefer my CD player than the MP3, I rather go to the Cinema an not rent a DVD, I love my computers wich allow me to comunicate with the world but I love more my lathe and my drill to machining steel and aluminium, I prefer to talk directly "tete-a-tete" with a woman and not to use the Messenger, I prefer listen smooth music in a pub and not get deaf in the disco/night club, I love the 1970s-80s rock and I hate the modern pop, I dont like japanese cars/motorcycles, I have two Italian Gileras Motorcicles one of 1954 and other of 1955, I hate the fast food restaurants, I hate to eat in a rush (I never do that), I love the home slow cooking meal, I dont like to use kerosene for starting the fire in my asado, I dont like the prefabricated coal for the asado, I love to know about mechanical things and not about electronical things,I dont know how the funker works a Xbok or a Wii or an Ipod, I love to drink a good temperate Syrah and not cool icy beer... etc, etc, etc.

    Thats is me...

    I am so wrong ??

    Well, I dont think so.


    But let put some new thing, The new Light attack/ advanced trainer LMAASA AT-63 wich entered in service in April 2007, the AAF denominate this aircraft Pampa Serie II.








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    Quote Originally Posted by Panzerknacker
    Thanks, to be honest I am a old man trapped in a 27 years body , I dont like to use mobile phones, I prefer my CD player than the MP3, I rather go to the Cinema an not rent a DVD, I love my computers wich allow me to comunicate with the world but I love more my lathe and my drill to machining steel and aluminium, I prefer to talk directly "tete-a-tete" with a woman and not to use the Messenger, I prefer listen smooth music in a pub and not get deaf in the disco/night club, I love the 1970s-80s rock and I hate the modern pop, I dont like japanese cars/motorcycles, I have two Italian Gileras Motorcicles one of 1954 and other of 1955, I hate the fast food restaurants, I hate to eat in a rush (I never do that), I love the home slow cooking meal, I dont like to use kerosene for starting the fire in my asado, I dont like the prefabricated coal for the asado, I love to know about mechanical things and not about electronical things,I dont know how the funker works a Xbok or a Wii or an Ipod, I love to drink a good temperate Syrah and not cool icy beer... etc, etc, etc.
    We have much in common.

    I have a Triumph myself.


    Bonneville 800cc (or a bonnie).

    A throwback to my service with the the Royal Signals Motorcycle Display Team The "White Helmets".



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    Seen a little on TV.

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    We have much in common
    Really ? we need to have a date then .

    Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ¡¡¡...just kidding

    To be honest I dont believe we had things in common.

    Aniway here is one of my bikes, Gilera Saturno 500 cc, despite his age it can reach 150 km/h without too much trouble.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Panzerknacker View Post
    Really ? we need to have a date then .

    Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo ¡¡¡...just kidding

    To be honest I dont believe we had things in common.

    Aniway here is one of my bikes, Gilera Saturno 500 cc, despite his age it can reach 150 km/h without too much trouble.




    Well agreed my friend, Old things seem to have a substance lacking in the new electronica, That is a very cool bike too. a 500 single? that type engine is one of my favorites. also agreed on the machine tools, I had a nice shop some years back, machining, and forging. mostly obsolete machine parts was the business, also tools, crowbars, chisels, all sorts of things.
    Here is a pic of my oldest most favored bike, its a 1975 Electraglide.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1000ydstare View Post
    We have much in common.

    I have a Triumph myself.


    Bonneville 800cc (or a bonnie).

    A throwback to my service with the the Royal Signals Motorcycle Display Team The "White Helmets".



    More here http://www.army.mod.uk/royalsignals/whelmets/index.htm
    Is it true that Uk folk drink their beer room temp, becuse they all have Lucas refrigerators?

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    That red tone is beautiful for the Harley

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    Thank you my friend, its very old Candy-apple red, gold pin stripes. I have spent alot of hours tinkering, rebuilding, upgrading, (more Power!!) on the old girl, and I've always been a big fan of the big singles. so much torque, in a small package. do yours have compression releases to help kick em over?That is a real classic beauty you have.
    Last edited by tankgeezer; 08-07-2007 at 05:42 PM.

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    <Going totally off topic!>

    Quote Originally Posted by tankgeezer View Post
    Is it true that Uk folk drink their beer room temp, becuse they all have Lucas refrigerators?
    Nope, it's because we have beer that tastes nice. Americans drink their beer cold so they can distinguish it from urine

    Besides, it isn't room temperature. Beer (Ale to be more precise) should be drunk at cellar temperature, a little cooler than room temperature but not cold enough that you lose the taste. Get it right!
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