Military Review

Festival of Retro Planes and Cars (Part of 2)

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These L-39 models were not so easy to catch in the lens in view of the high angular velocity.
regarding photographing. Group "Nobodys". Pilots: Wolgang Klühr and Thomas Singer.

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In the middle of the day, Fieseler Storch arrived.

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Fieseler Storch (D-EVDB) 1944 release of the year. Pilot: Dirk Bende.

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Ford Corvette BM-G 88 1959 release of the year.

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Daimler Benz 230 MK-RU 60 1932 Edition.

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Rolls Royce Silver Wraith K-RR 1949.

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DAX Cobra SI-CO 64.

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Yak-52 (HA-NSD) Pilot: Guido Gottschalk und Willem Hofmann.

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Segelkunstflug DG1000. He performed very beautifully.

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Bücker 131 (D-EFCB) 1963 release of the year. Pilot Stefan Drumm

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On the original!

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Legendary Fighters. International team. http://www.legendaryfighters.de/

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Model La-Xnumx.

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Dornier Do-335 or "Nasenbär.

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Pilots are aircraft. smile

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KR200 NR-Y 55 1955 release of the year.

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Messerschmitt.

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NSU-Super Max 251 OSB SI-XY 49.

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Mercedes-Benz 220 S.

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Pierce-Arrow Liberty Truck (1917 of the Year?).

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At the performances of the "Flying Circus" from the Netherlands, spectators did not disagree every day.

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Someone from these boys and girls will necessarily connect their lives with the sky.

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Shows children how to refuel the plane.

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"How do you get down then?"

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"Or so?"

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Pilots are going home.
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  1. Panikovsky
    Panikovsky 9 June 2015 08: 50
    +2
    the photos are good, no words, but somehow you all turned out messy and haphazard. Type get a bunch of photos and choose who you like.
    1. Simple
      9 June 2015 16: 46
      +1
      Hm. ...

      Briefly describe how such a photo story should look like in your opinion.

      At all, of course, you will not please the style of presentation of the material, but your constructive will listen with pleasure.
      1. Panikovsky
        Panikovsky 9 June 2015 19: 05
        +1
        at least systematize. these are flights, these are replicas, these are models, this is according to countries, cars to devote some special niche, since they are not in business in the aviation context, and to inform about this city-Wurbach. I googled and didn’t understand anything, well, in the German region, and then dung, there is no such city!
        1. Simple
          9 June 2015 19: 40
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          In the first part of the photo essay, I briefly outlined the systematization of the photographs I published.

          From the point of view of aesthetics, I did not find it necessary to divide the retromachines by countries and nationalities.


          There are very few unmarked aircraft models, aircraft or car models.

          As for a special niche for cars. It was a festival of retro cars and airplanes.

          What was at the festival, then published.

          If you approach from the formal side, then retro cars were on the airfield.
          And no one separated them from the rest of the exposition.
          What I agree with you is so little printed information.
          You yourself have not tried to read photos without text?
          1. Panikovsky
            Panikovsky 9 June 2015 21: 13
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            Sasha, I expressed my point of view to you, and you, as you see fit, feel about it, but I advise you to listen, a bunch of photos, even very spectacular and high-quality and thematic photo essays are all different things. with uv.
            1. Simple
              9 June 2015 21: 35
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              I'll try.

              Just in the photographs I wanted to convey the feeling of being at the festival.

              With so many photos, to create a harmonious (in terms of transmitting sensations) photo report - there is something to work on.

              Sincerely.
              1. Panikovsky
                Panikovsky 9 June 2015 21: 52
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                I added you for your photos, they are very good, but you need an editor.
  2. miv110
    miv110 9 June 2015 10: 28
    +4
    Modeller La-5 is a big dreamer. This is a clear hybrid of La and Yak (some kind of LaYak). In addition, La were not in service with the Normandy - Neman squadron!
    1. Rjn
      Rjn 9 June 2015 12: 41
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      Yes, the shape of the keel is immediately noticeable, as it does not correspond to Lavochkin.
  3. bbss
    bbss 9 June 2015 10: 37
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    Yes, unfortunately the reportage has turned into a kind of "vinaigrette". Plus I put it in order to encourage.
  4. miv110
    miv110 9 June 2015 11: 22
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    Returning to the La-5 topic. Somewhere in my memory there was a vague association with the image of an airplane and Oops! The source of this exuberant modeling fantasy has been found! This is nothing more than an attempt to copy the Yak-11 in a single version (in my opinion, not entirely successful - the lamp is shifted back more than necessary). These planes starred in a long-standing film about the Normandy-Neman squadron. Voila!
    1. Argon
      Argon 9 June 2015 13: 46
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      Most likely this is a model of the "clone" of the Yak-11 produced in Poland or Czechoslovakia, abroad Yak-11s were also produced in a single version (in small series) as aerobatic ones.
  5. miv110
    miv110 9 June 2015 12: 23
    +1
    Quote: Yak-11 filmed in the "Baltic Sky". Some of them were heavily altered to make them look like I-16. Seven cars were converted from doubles to single, they played the role of "shop". Then the same planes were used for filming the film Normandie-Niemen.
    In addition, the Yak-11 played the role of a German aircraft in the 4 1971-episode film "The Last Flight of the Albatross". Source-http: //nacekomie.ru/forum/viewtopic.php? F = 27 & t = 3124
  6. Avenich
    Avenich 9 June 2015 12: 38
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    I agree with the previous commentators, the material is presented somewhat chaotic, but the photo report is "plus", the event is "plus". In general, aviation lost something with the departure of propeller-driven aircraft.
  7. AlexA
    AlexA 9 June 2015 14: 02
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    Quote: miv110
    Then the same planes were used for filming the film Normandie-Niemen.

    To clarify: "Normandie-Niemen" was filmed before "Baltic sky". I remember personally.
    Yes, and La-5 had a noticeable garroth behind the lantern. So there is a solid inaccuracy in the model.
  8. 52
    52 9 June 2015 17: 15
    +2
    Great reporting!