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View Poll Results: Wich is the best variant ?

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  • Mk-IX.

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  • FR Mk XIV.

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Thread: The Supermarine Spitfire.

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    Default The Supermarine Spitfire.

    Spitfire Mk-IX with Mark Hanna at the controls..

    Spitfire Mark IX.

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    Is that poll a WAH?
    1884 electric cartridge. Look similar to anything?

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    Try this one flown by Ray Hannah.
    The cameraman knew, the bloke on screen didn't !
    Look slightly to the left of the two tall trees just under the horizon on the right side of the commentator.


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    Nice haircut from that Spit, good video Cuts.

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    It was.

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    Airshow Action: Spitfire at Duxford
    Airshow Action: Spitfires at Duxford - a huge line up, said it is the largest since WW2,
    some twenty machines. Local TV piece with all the usual homilies.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8YOr9...elated&search=

    Spitfire line-up
    IWM Duxford sequence, a short clip of the Spitfires etc which were visiting for the airshow plus resident P51 etc.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0QsW...elated&search=

    Warbirds: Spitfire Doc Pt3
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_u5r...elated&search=

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    That's a pretty cool clip Panzerknacker.



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    With Spitfires I would have to split my vote into 2, for medium to low altitude I would go with the IX, for high altitude it would have to be the XIV.
    If I really had to choose it would be the XIV.
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    Nice picture Redcoat, here some basic info about the Spit:


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    A classic picture Redcoat. Very eerie.



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    Argentine Flight Lieutenant Algeron Middleton flying an Spitfire PR XIV meet unexpectedly a Me-262 prototypes flying over Peenemunde in 1944.



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    Default The Supermarine Spitfires

    Some pictures that I looked up on the internet. Very well taken pictures. Enjoy!



    This is probably the oldest picture of the Spitfire I found above.
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    Armament of the MK-I and MK-II variants:













    to be continued....

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    Spifire Mk II Long range:

    This weird variant of 1941 had a fixed underwing tank of 184 liters. Used mostly for escorting duties of the bombers in the early "Circus" operations.




    The tank was not droppable and reduced the maximum speed to mere 528 km/h.

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    nace pic redcoat. this wing tipping stunt had to be changed, after a while the germens started to put a wire from the tip of the wing to the fuselage so if another plain tryed to tip the wing the it would trigger off the bomb so then the pilots had to bring there wing just under or over the wing of the v1 to send it off corse.

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