B-25J Mitchell Medium Bomber
"Tondelayo" from starboard side rear. This aircraft was built in Aug, 1944.
Korean War Veteran, Radar equipped Corsair. Port-side on taxi after arriving.
Under the tail of the B-25J "Tondelayo".
1940 Chrysler Staff Car
F4U-5NL Corsair in the background, wings folded.
B-24J Liberator Bomber
"Witchcraft" Starboard-side on arrival.
"Witchcraft" - The world's only remaining airworthy B-24J. Starboard-side closer view showing all the names of those associated with this aircraft over the years.
"Witchcraft" - Starboard-side forward with ground guide in the roof hatch opening.
"Witchcraft" - Port-side forward showing nose art.
"Witchcraft" - From the port-side rear. Bomb bay doors open just before engine shut-down.
"Tondelayo" from port-side rear slightly different angle.
Witchcraft's 'mini me'. RC model that did not fly this day.
Looks real sharp in black.
Dual-control trainer based on the P-51D Mustang. Built in 1944 and in the markings of the West Virginia Air National Guard. "Toulouse Nuts"
Dual-control version of the P-51 Mustang. "Toulouse Nuts"
"Toulouse Nuts" under the port wing of "Tondelayo" on arrival.
"Toulouse Nuts" under the starboard-side rudder of "Tondelayo".
"Toulouse Nuts" port-side nose.
Forward with a 1969 Beech E33C on the active runway.
"Toulouse Nuts" Starboard-side.
Dual-control Mustang prepping for flight.
1969 Beech E33C
Over the active runway.
RC model. Witchcraft's 'mini me'.
Submarine Spitfire Mk. IX
Unfortunately this aircraft did not fly on this day but I have seen it in the air at a previous event.
Being tugged to the active area but did not fly.
Port-side on taxi.
Prepping for another flight.
Ford Police Interceptor Utility
Looking real sharp in the Massachusetts State Police colors.
"Baby Carmen", early WWII Dive Bomber and precurser to the P-51 Mustang series. Unfortunately this aircraft did not fly this day.
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