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    I have a weird affection for odd planes throughout history; here are a few of the other ones I like:

    Douglas C-124A Globemaster II


    Boeing stratocruiser


    Flying Boxcar


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    Two words. Airbus. Beluga.

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    Surprised no ones said it yet. Concorde hands down to me she'll always be the most beautiful plane to have graced the skies.
    Only wish I could have had the chance to beat the sun across the Atlantic and to arrive at JFK before I left Heathrow haha.






    Love this video about her too!


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    As a child I was fortunate enough to have seen the Concorde in action, take off and landing many times as well as even being able to walk through one and see the cockpit between flights. Although it was in fact an amazing plane to behold, I never really was impressed with how small the cabin was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carb0n Fiber View Post
    Very nice plane!!





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    My Fave plane is the one that doesnt crash
    But seriously at the moment its probably this



    Ive been a big fan of this since they annouced it. Imma have to hit up Hovy for a ride some day. If...when Im fortunate enough to be able to have one I'll definately get it.
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    Harrier AV-8B
    Ever since I saw it take off at an Air Show it's been one of my fav. planes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrCarreraGTO View Post
    My Fave plane is the one that doesnt crash
    But seriously at the moment its probably this



    Ive been a big fan of this since they annouced it. Imma have to hit up Hovy for a ride some day. If...when Im fortunate enough to be able to have one I'll definately get it.
    This was possibly its predecessor or at least where they got the design idea,

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