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G-AGFT, 1941 Avia (Lombardi) FL3, C/N: 176

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G-AGFT, 1941 Avia (Lombardi) FL3 C/N 176, Avia-Lombardi FL3, Breighton Airfield UK, April 2006.

Avia-Lombardi FL3, Breighton Airfield UK, April 2006.

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Photographer: Malcolm Clarke
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Shot Date: 2006-04-22
Airport: EGBR
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Upload Date: 2012-04-26
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Device Manufacturer: Canon
Device Model: Canon EOS 20D
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Shot Time: 2006:04:22 11:25:21
Original Image Size: 1024 x 683 pixels
Exposure Time: 1/250 sec
F Number: f/10
Exposure Bias: 0
ISO Speed: 400
Focal Length: 24 mm
Flash: Red Eye, Auto-Mode
Exposure Mode: 0
White Balance: 0
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  • G-AGFT @ EGBR - Avia-Lombardi FL3, Breighton Airfield, April 2006. - by Malcolm Clarke by Malcolm Clarke @ EGBR
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  • G-AGFT @ EGBR - Avia (Lombardi) FL3 at Breighton Airfield, April 2006. - by Malcolm Clarke by Malcolm Clarke @ EGBR
  • G-AGFT @ EGBR - AVIA FL3. A very rare aircraft built in 1941 by A.V.I.A. (Anonima Vercellese Industria Aeronautica) in Vercelli, North Italy. It had its first post restoration flight at Breighton earlier this year after legal wrangling re its Croatian military markings. - by Malcolm Clarke by Malcolm Clarke @ EGBR