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jesse kyzer
1949 Globe GC-1B Swift
don't know where that SUPERMARINE comes from (any help)
SUPER THANK YOU! to everyone who help keep these Ol birds flying. Nice looking
jesse kyzer - that "Supermarine" reference springs from using "SWIF" as the "Aircraft Type" designation in the "Photo Tags" field, which according to ICAO codes is a Supermarine Swift. That a/c was a single seat jet fighter flown by Great Britian's RAF. The proper entry for a Globe/Temco Swift would be "GC1".
jesse kyzer
that don't make any sense
it isn't a jet
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