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    Default Re: 232 Sea Fury

    Quote Originally Posted by krts View Post
    Could you expand on the "lame"?
    Lon expanded on it pretty well
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    Quote Originally Posted by GRNDP51 View Post
    Lon expanded on it pretty well
    I know who bought it,where it is now,and eventually where its going to be based,but my question is, why is this lame?

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    Quote Originally Posted by krts View Post
    I know who bought it,where it is now,and eventually where its going to be based,but my question is, why is this lame?
    Well this is aafo not wix
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    Default Re: 232 Sea Fury

    Quote Originally Posted by GRNDP51 View Post
    Well this is aafo not wix
    Exactly
    You'll get your chance, smart guy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by krts View Post
    I know who bought it,where it is now,and eventually where its going to be based,but my question is, why is this lame?
    I just am very disappointed that this amazing Super Unlimited air racer with a long history in the sport and one of the few radial airplanes capable of challenging the Super Mustangs will now be converted back to (another) stock Sea Fury. I think that most who have been on the mountainside watching 232 round the pylons will agree with that sentiment. 232 is an absolute beast and it's sad to see her permanently leave the sport. As an Unlimited air racing fan, I value that airplane more as a racer than another post-war Sea Fury.

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    Unhappy Re: 232 Sea Fury

    I know who bought it,where it is now,and eventually where its going to be based,but my question is, why is this lame?
    If you don't know "why is this lame", you are clearly NOT an air race fan. Having yet another Gold race winning Super mod turned to a stocker is another nail in the coffin for the Unlimited air racing community. Period, end of story.

    Jeez. Some peoples kids......

    BTW, are you a stripper in your day job, cus you are a hell of a tease.
    Last edited by planecrazy2; 05-16-2019 at 08:06 AM.
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    So if any of you follow Meier Motors they go to Reno regularly. The new rumor is Sanders are getting it ready to race one last time in Reno crewed by Meier and then they're sending it overseas to stock. WE NEED MORE INFO
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    Default Re: 232 Sea Fury

    Quote Originally Posted by GRNDP51 View Post
    So if any of you follow Meier Motors they go to Reno regularly. The new rumor is Sanders are getting it ready to race one last time in Reno crewed by Meier and then they're sending it overseas to stock. WE NEED MORE INFO
    I heard that rumor but when I asked, I was basically told hell no. That came from someone very close to everything that is happening with that airplane at the moment.
    Last edited by Race5; 05-21-2019 at 06:38 PM.

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