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Old 02-04-2014, 07:06 PM   #1
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Default Huge planes, at LMA RAF Cosford RC show

Probably none of these planes are electric, but all of them will amaze you.


LMA is the Large Model Association in England, and maybe a large part of Europe. These models are unbelieveable.

I did a youtube search for LMA RAF Cosford, and my internet TV stopped looking after finding 500 videos.

I will be recouping from hip surgery in 2 weeks, I plan to watch a lot of these.

Also check out this KOLM engine !


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I think I saw the video with that huge Vulcan. Some very impressive planes.

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Those are some awesome planes! Thanks for posting the info!

Take care and thanks for posting at WattFlyer!!

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Awesome ! Wait till Nigel sees this !
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Awesome planes, but that engine is great love the sound of it revving.
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Please excuse my ignorance: what is the plane shown at 8:00 in the first movie? British markings but it looks similar to a FW-190

Flying more, crashing less. Feels great!

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I believe that is a Hawker Sea Fury http://www.fleetairarmarchive.net/aircraft/Seafury.html

Wildflyer good luck with the hip surgery, and may you heal quickly.
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The link provided great background. As a Canuck, seeing a photo of a trio of warbirds sporting RCN livery is great reference material.

One more plane added to the list... /enter the dark zone/

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