Raspberry Ripple Review!

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Rotor
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Raspberry Ripple Review!

Post by Rotor »

Too be honest i cant remember what threads we have had before.
After D200s latest Hip yesterday
Lets look back at the colourful Raspberry Ripple from over the Years.
Ill start with radar trials BAC1-11 ZE433
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This should be a good thread. :smile:

The VAAC Harrier - one of very few R-Rips in my collection! :oops:

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Oh yeah!...

http://www.fleurt.co.uk/acatalog/New-Si ... ipple.html

Nice, but not as sexy as...

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Why is it called raspberry ripple - when was the last time you had dark blue ice cream??
You caaan't trust the system... Maaan!

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A couple from Coltishall:-

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One from Kinloss:-

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And a Jaguar at Fairford:-

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A Devon at Bassingbourn:-

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and a Wessex at Farnborough:-

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Just so happens i was editing a Raspberry Ripple. Dire conditions but the sun popped out for a matter of seconds allowing me to get this frame

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EDIT - Good god, Rich's thread does exactly what it says on the tin! :grin:
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What used to be:( with a little hdr..

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Thanks for looking:)
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Lee that is stunning! :clap: :clap: :clap:

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Some from me taken last year.

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And a few more.....

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Cheers,

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st24 wrote:Oh yeah!...

http://www.fleurt.co.uk/acatalog/New-Si ... ipple.html

Nice, but not as sexy as...

Why is it called raspberry ripple - when was the last time you had dark blue ice cream??


Do like that collection :grin:

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st24 wrote:Oh yeah!...

http://www.fleurt.co.uk/acatalog/New-Si ... ipple.html

Nice, but not as sexy as...

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Why is it called raspberry ripple - when was the last time you had dark blue ice cream??



My personal fave! gotta be the most colourful with the yellow/black striped undersides

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Post by Two_Squirrels »

Very nice. I feel privileged knowing that I have flown in most of these! :smile:

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Nice to see you still about Chilts!

Anyway, my contribution...


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Enjoy

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I'll add in a couple of my own poor efforts... :smile:

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:smile:

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Bjcc wrote:Nice to see you still about Chilts!


Likewise Bernie, Thanks

Love the topsides! :clap:

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A few of mine
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Andy :smile:

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And two oldies at IAT 1985, Fairford from me.
The Air Tattoo used to attract lots of raspberries in those days. In 1985: Andover, 2 BAC1-11s, Dakota, Varsity, Viscount, 2 Devons, Phantom, Hawk, HS125, 2 Canberras, Scout and Basset. :kiss:

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What a wonderful topic. Thanks especially to chilts and bjcc and C-VIX. All interesting, though, I must admit! Ta! :clap: :clap: :clap:

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Post by BeanieMan »

A very good idea Rich!

Couple of badly scanned slides from 1990/2, when the UK's premier training base was open, Hawks were grey, Tucanos were red & white and these two were in active service at Boscombe. Happy days.........

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Wot a crackin thread, lots of luvvly ripple :drool: :yahoo:

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Fantastic thread, wish I could still see the Ras Rip Jag still flying!
I know that the BAC 1-11 and Andovers are still flying but how many?
Havn't seen them in a bit.

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Post by capercaillie »

A lovely selection but a couple of strays in there.

Tucano isn't raspberry ripple, but just in the old RAF training scheme of red, white and grey and the Comet isn't ripple either although if anyone can post XV814 :biggrin:

From recollection 30 types have been adorned in authentic ripple scheme:
Phantom, Buccaneer, Tornado, Jaguar, Harrier, Hunter, Canberra, Hawk, Meteor, Gnat, Jet Provost, Devon, Basset, Navajo, Jetstream, Dakota, Varsity, Viscount, 748 & Andover, One-Eleven, 125, Comet, Scout, Gazelle, Lynx, Wessex, Puma, Sea King, Mi8 and Twin Pioneer, the last being officially designed by Boscombe after the aircraft left service according to the Classic Flight at Coventry. Not included the Twin Squirrel as its not really in proper ripple (not enough red). If anyone can think of any others please add to the list. :smile:

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Does this count?

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Post by garethbrum »

What a great thread!

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Not sure this is strictly a ripple!

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Post by Lomcevak26 »

Some really excellent stuff in this thread! Lee, another :clap: for your Wessex shot - beautiful!

Morley, phabulous Phantom! Is it me or does the Phantom look better in R-Rip than anything other type, just seems to suit its lines so well.

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