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SE-AWS, 1943 Fairchild UC-61A Argus II (24W-41A), C/N: 804

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Photo ID: AC514813

SE-AWS, 1943 Fairchild UC-61A Argus II (24W-41A) C/N 804, View into the cockpit of the Fairchild 24W-41 which has been restored into its original state.

View into the cockpit of the Fairchild 24W-41 which has been restored into its original state.

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Photographer: Henk van Capelle
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Shot Date: 2010-06-20
Airport: ESSF
Hultsfred-Vimmerby Airport, Hultsfred / Vimmerby Sweden
Upload Date: 2010-08-29
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Photo MetaData

Device Manufacturer: Nikon Corporation
Device Model: NIKON D90
Device Type: Digital Still Camera
Shot Time: 2010:06:20 13:09:43
Original Image Size: x
Exposure Time: 1/100 sec
F Number: f/4
Exposure Bias: 0
ISO Speed: 640
Focal Length: 70 mm
Flash: No Flash
Exposure Mode: 0
White Balance: 0
Scene Type: Directly Photographed
Contrast: 0
Saturation: 0
Sharpness: 0
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  • SE-AWS @ ESSF - Fairchild 24W-41 flying at Hultsfred airport, Sweden. This aircraft has been beautifully restored by its owner. - by Henk van Capelle by Henk van Capelle @ ESSF
  • SE-AWS @ HATUNAHOLM - Fairchild UC-61A Argus II, c/n: 804 - by Maurice Lewis Fishman by Maurice Lewis Fishman @ HATUNAHOLM
  • SE-AWS @ ESSP - Fairchild UC-61A Argus II [804] Norrkoping~SE 08/06/2008. Seen here taxiing in at Norrkoping. This aircraft also wears military marks of 314840 and is displayed in US military scheme. - by Ray Barber by Ray Barber @ ESSP
  • SE-AWS @ ESSP - Fairchild UC-61A Argus II [804] Norrkoping~SE 08/06/2008. Seen here taxiing in at Norrkoping. This aircraft also wears military marks of 314840 and is displayed in US military markings. - by Ray Barber by Ray Barber @ ESSP