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N924G

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Hawker Sea Fury T Mk.20 N924G at Chino, California on April 30, 2016.

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Paul Wisgerhof
The North American Fury is an FJ-2/3 and variants built for the U.S. Navy. It was a single engine/single pilot jet based on the North American F-86 Saber. The aircraft above was built by Hawker in the U.K., not by North American Aviation.
Alan Brown
If this is the same Hawker Sea Fury that I saw at Reno in 2013, it is "The Spirit of Texas", and it is using a Griffon engine for propulsion.
jim gevay
This 1954 Sea Fury is owned by Sanders Aeronautics in California.
It is powered by the original Bristol Centaurus MK.18 radial engine, not a Rolls Royce Griffin, which is a V-12.

http://www.sandersaeronautics.com/restoration_seafury-924.asp
Neil Klapthor
Well, whatever it's proper ID, I love it...great shot!
Jason Belanger
Just WOW!
Michael Hoare
I just laugh at all the comments,with every trying to outdo each other.My two cents worth,before I read the details picked it as a Seafury.
William Baldwin
Great photo, Great airplane!
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