No question, Ferrari is an iconic car and no other design from Maranello in the past 40 years is more iconic than the 328GTS. This is one cherry example, with only 62,000km on it, you'd never guess this car was 25 years old.
Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Sunday, June 16, 2013
June 15, 2013 saw us at the Hamilton Air show. The show featured many WW2 warbirds, including the world's only flying De Havilland Mosquito. The sound of nine Rolls Royce Merlin engines from the Mosquito, a Lancaster, two Hawker Hurricanes and one Spitfire was intoxicating to the ears and eyes.
A Focke Wolf 190
A Grumman Avenger under restoration
A Beech 18
A Bristol Bollingbrook (Beaufighter) under resoration
A Westland Lysander
A CF104 Starfighter
One of two flying Avro Lancasters, and the De Havilland Mosquito
A Lockheed Electra
The Mosquito again
The Lancaster, Mosquito, two Hurricanes and a Supermarine Spitfire
A CF86 Sabre from the Golden Hawks of the 60s, that pre-dated the Snowbirds
Posted by John Andrews at 8:23 PM