Just posted Mystery 5. It is another video from You Tube. “Mysteries” on the left and then “Mystery 5”. Help me find out about the airplane and pilot.
After 60 years 10991 is back in the air. Since I now know how to embed videos, here is a chance to see it fly. “Aircraft” on the left and then“10991” will get you there. You have to supply the popcorn.
I found this on display in the Yanks Air Museum in Chino California. While in California a couple of weeks ago, I was able to spend about 20 minutes at their facility before they closed for the day and I had to head back home. The aircraft is currently N10860, but came put of the factory as N01904. Yanks Museum will definitely be on my radar for a return trip. Select “Aircraft” above and then “10904” to see my photographs and find the link to their site.
You may have noticed that I just learned how to embed You Tube videos into the website. Here is another one. Jim Ladwig sent me this video (which I also found on You Tube). It includes a scene of his father flying the airshow in Miami. If you go to “Aircraft” on the left and then “11804” you can see the video. It shows a couple of other aircraft before the Junior. Make sure you have the sound turned up.
I have posted three videos of Szekely engines that are running. Two were taken at a EAA chapter picnic. The other one is an old film of Leonard Wallenberg’s airplane. Select “Szekely” above.