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Oct 07 2012

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Grumman F3F flies again

A rare Grumman F3F-2 flew again recentely at Sonoma Valley Airport in California, with pilot and restorer Chris Prevost at the controls.

This F3F was part of the aircraft that were salvaged in Hawaii and restored in Texas. After being used by the Lone Star Flight Museum for several years, it was damaged in a flood and sold.

Source: Fly to another time

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