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LeMans IV With no intended disrespect of Thunderbolt pilots...
;-TYep, almost indestructible, and get you home. Maybe not quite as maneuverable as those sissy P51s.. ;D
All,I am very much an analog thinker. Part is the nature of my job, and part is just my weird wooden-like brain.The V7R reminds me of a favorite aircraft: the famous Convair 580. We used to fly these wonderful jet-prop aircraft on Frontier airlines up to 1980 or so until Boeing 737s replaced them, and other smaller prop aircraft. I love the sound of the big four bladed props driven by the massive turbines. The aircraft vibrated and has a particular resonance between the two engines. Very powerful-- and the CV 580s would leap into the air compared to the old DC-3's of way-back times. Here is a very, very fine example of a CV 580 with great sound capturing the turbines and their particular character:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4tKABFCejJoTurn it up, use headphones....sweet sounds...similar to a V7R wound up. When I lived in Casper, WY I lived near the airport. My room faced the runway, and we were less than 5 miles away. The CV 580s were always recognizable.Been years since I saw or heard one. Always loved the profile and huge tail. So yeah, what is your Moto Guzzi --- aircraft analog?
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