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    This is pretty sweet.

    A bunch of gas powered italian, german, japanese, and american things with four wheels. On order is a bunch of the same, and previously I had a bunch of the same. Oh and I fly, tool around on boats, and have been known to ride motorcycles.

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    Pretty sweet. We should find ones we can rent and do ummm... motorsport things on them

    A bunch of gas powered italian, german, japanese, and american things with four wheels. On order is a bunch of the same, and previously I had a bunch of the same. Oh and I fly, tool around on boats, and have been known to ride motorcycles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul N View Post
    Pretty sweet. We should find ones we can rent and do ummm... motorsport things on them
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    cool site - love stuff like this.

    this is where i go running 2-3x/week now - no longer an airfield but still looks more or less the same...



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    I love history.. especially when it is close to home..

    I always knew about Benbrook Field in Fort Wort, living for a bit in Benbrook. Had no clue as to how big the facility was..



    There are still remnants of the field in the area, concrete slabs remain in what are now people's backyards..

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    Quote Originally Posted by carendt242 View Post

    We were in San Fran back in March for a vacation on the central coast. I've been to SF numerous times but had never been to the Presidio. I could tell right away by the hangars and large flat field that there had once been an airfield there. Having grown up on Air Force bases, I could have spent all day there looking at the historical pictures.

    Cool site.

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    nice find!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul N View Post
    Pretty sweet. We should find ones we can rent and do ummm... motorsport things on them
    +1 - - Fo Sho!

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    I wish Meigs field was still around.

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