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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue
Grapevine - Philip Jarrett's monthly round-up of aircraft preservation news
Supermarine's Air Yacht - Eric Morgan tells how a design for an armed reconnaissance flying boat became in reality a millionaire's floating gin palace
Personal Album - A collection of WWII photographs taken in Egypt and Norfolk
The experimental Voodoos - Bill Gunston describes the McDonnell XF-88 fighter, designed as a long-range bomber escort in the late 1940s
Stroukoff's cargo gliders - Howard Levy traces the early history of the Chase Aircraft Company
Armchair Aviation
Winston and Clementine - Sqn Ldr Rod Dean describes the Stirling service still being given by two Meteors at RAF Brawdy
Skywriters
Spits in civvies - After World War Two a few Spitfires were converted for civilian use. We look at some of those which shed their warpaint
The 1932 King's Cup Air Race - Fifty years ago this major event was run from Brooklands and staged all round England. Richard Riding turns the clock back
Painted wings - Our annual visit to the Guild of Aviation Artists' Summer Exhibition at the Oantas Gallery.
Preservation Profile - The Dewoitine D.520 c/n 408 preserved by the Musee De L'Air, Le Bourget is this month's subject
Last Cat up the Amazon? - Aviation artist Michael Turner downed his brushes early this year and flew up the Amazon in a Brazilian Air Force PBY-5 Catalina
Capon's corner - Featuring non-de Havilland aircraft types caught by P. T. Capon's camera at Stag Lane during the 1920s
Fulmar flight - Count Zichy recalls a nightmarish ferry flight battling against the ferry pilot's arch enemy, the British weather
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