Unique Lockheed Vega flies again

On December 17th,  a unique 1933 Lockheed Vega belonging to John Magoffin flew again. It is is one of nineVegas built by the Detroit Aircraft Corporation as part of the DL-1 series (for “Detroit Lockheed”). The Detroit-built Vega had aluminum fuselages, while the original Vega from Lockheed in California was plywood skinned.


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