Monday, April 20, 2009

A look at the show

Cars and planes from the Legend Aviation’s grand opening on Saturday. First the cars.


Another look at the Plymouth Barracuda (with converted headlights):


An old Buick Century with fuzzy dice:


A Camaro Rally-Sport, which I believe belongs to Crystal who now works at the Mustang Grill:


An old Russian-badged Oldsmobile F-38:


A look down a GTX:



And then the planes, whose models I know not at all.

The Flaming Mistress was a crowd-pleaser with its fiery paint job:


A mean looking machine gun:


Which was affixed to the wing of Lt. Jim Brooks’ plane named February:


Just a random pic of a prop and plane:


An odd angle of a bi-plane:


Some badges from far-off lands:


And of course there were a few ladies at the show as well. For example, “Wild Honey” showed up:


As did Miss Kitty:


All told we putzed around for about an hour and a half, and had a great time!

See all 27 pictures in the Flickr Set.


Jarart said...

Great series of pictures! We saw one of those planes fly over our house.

TomboCheck said...

Thanks Jarart! It was pretty neat to see the cars and planes all in one place. A very diverse group of folks out there. :)

Granny J said...

That's one problem with being only a walker -- the airport is a tad distant. Looks to have been a grand scene.

TomboCheck said...

Julie - Indeed the airport is a bit far for a walk. :) Hopefully I gave ya a decent peek into the event.