Cumbernald hangar gems

Cumbernald hangar gems

Postby Wbirdnut on Wed 11 Jul 2018, 6:03 am

The hangers at Cumbernald Airport hide some wonderful secrets, this glorious
DH Dragon believed to be one of the oldest DH twins in existence.

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Nice Supercub.
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A rare Porsche engined 182.
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Wbirdnut

Re: Cumbernald hangar gems

Postby ArabJazzie on Sat 14 Jul 2018, 7:51 pm

Was this during a flying visit?

Would love to visit there again but i hear it has been a bit off limits for us spotters and i know there are other things around there i would love to see.
Arabest,
Geoff.
52 in a year! We must be certifiable!
ArabJazzie

Re: Cumbernald hangar gems

Postby AMB on Mon 06 Aug 2018, 9:28 am

ArabJazzie wrote:Was this during a flying visit?

Would love to visit there again but i hear it has been a bit off limits for us spotters and i know there are other things around there i would love to see.
Arabest,
Geoff.


I contacted the owner of the Dragon, G-ACET, to see if he would bring it to any fly-ins or aviation events south of the border, but he wasn't interested. Great shame to have a rare gem hidden away there!
Adrian
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Re: Cumbernald hangar gems

Postby Wbirdnut on Tue 07 Aug 2018, 10:00 am

I do know there are some issues which keep it from flying, not able
to say why but when sorted highly likely she will attend airshows.
Wbirdnut


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