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Gulfstream Aerospace Gulfstream V (N776RB)

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Kobe Hunte
Awesome pic!!

Love the Gulfstreams!
Ethan65
Man, That's a good looking airplane.....
larrykekst
I know it must be the angle and illusion, but does the partially obscured right engine look much larger in diameter than the exposed left engine?
terry kelsey
Larry..the apparent difference in engine size is a visual aberration, and should be the opposite of this. I therefore suspect the photo is reversed?
terry kelsey
Wait that makes no sense either. Sorry
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David Seider
Oooooh!
A G5 at Nice, on the Cote d'Azur.
Yeah, that fits.
Donald Randolph
Visual aberration. Take a piece of paper and cover the lower half of the picture at the point where the L engine meets the fuselage and you will see they are the same size. Hope this helps.
Richard Lusebrink
That probably belongs to that 1 % you hear about.

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