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    Default Re: Ken Burnstine

    Quote Originally Posted by mrcraigarcher View Post
    So, it's obvious what happened to Miss Suzy Q, unless she was salvaged somehow. But what has become of Miss Foxy Lady? She looks fast!
    The Jim Larsen designed canopy/windscreen now resides on Galloping Ghost............
    Last edited by t-dub; 11-19-2009 at 05:43 PM.
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    Default Re: Ken Burnstine

    Quote Originally Posted by sledge39 View Post
    ..."Miss Suzy-Q" N69QF at Mojave '73...



    ..."Miss Foxy Lady" N70QF at Chino Air Radio August 1975...

    The mustang to the left is Miss Francess John Crocker raced in that mustang that year. shawn

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    Default Re: Ken Burnstine

    Thanks for the info, Hope I'm not asking for to much, but does anyone have pictures of Miss Foxy Lady, in the black paint scheme?

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    Default Re: Ken Burnstine

    Quote Originally Posted by mmu2 View Post
    Thanks for the info, Hope I'm not asking for to much, but does anyone have pictures of Miss Foxy Lady, in the black paint scheme?
    Just use Google's image search tool. Here's a link to the pics you want:

    http://images.google.com/images?sour...-8&sa=N&tab=wi


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    Default Re: Ken Burnstine

    Quote Originally Posted by AirDOGGe View Post
    I believe the late John Crocker purchased it after Ken's passing and made it into SUMTHIN' ELSE, which has since been returned to stock form.

    It now exists as a TF-51 named "Kentucky Babe".
    Miss Suzie Q and Miss Foxy Lady are two different aircraft.
    I believe Miss Foxy Lady was purchased by John Crocker and turned into Sumpthin Else. It is now owned and flown by Stallion 51 as Crazy Horse 2.

    Jarrod

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    Default Re: Ken Burnstine

    Quote Originally Posted by sledge39 View Post
    ..."Miss Suzy-Q" N69QF at Mojave '73...

    ..."Miss Foxy Lady" N70QF at Chino Air Radio August 1975...
    Nice pictures there Sledge39!

    Jarrod
    Last edited by jarrodeu; 11-20-2009 at 02:53 PM.

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    Default Re: Ken Burnstine

    Sure looked a lot better as a racer!!

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    Default Re: Ken Burnstine

    Reading some of the reports on Ken's criminal activies & and cases that he was the feds star witness makes you believe there might be some truth to the rumours ??

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    Default Re: Ken Burnstine

    Quote Originally Posted by jarrodeu View Post
    Nice pictures there Sledge39!

    Jarrod

    ...thanks Jarrod...

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    Default Re: Ken Burnstine

    Quote Originally Posted by AirDOGGe View Post
    I believe the late John Crocker purchased it after Ken's passing and made it into SUMTHIN' ELSE, which has since been returned to stock form.

    It now exists as a TF-51 named "Kentucky Babe".

    Quote Originally Posted by jarrodeu View Post
    Miss Suzie Q and Miss Foxy Lady are two different aircraft.
    I believe Miss Foxy Lady was purchased by John Crocker and turned into Sumpthin Else. It is now owned and flown by Stallion 51 as Crazy Horse 2.

    Jarrod
    I realize that. My reply was to mrcraigarcher, who's post just preceeds mine, and who asked specifically what happened to Miss Foxy Lady.

    Ken owned both aircraft.
    Last edited by AirDOGGe; 11-20-2009 at 08:02 PM.

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