Chiltern TRs

Standard Triumph Marque Day, Sunday 29th May 2011

A good turn out of all the Standard and Triumph Clubs

A recreation of the 1980 Le Mans TR7 twin turbo V8. Not to everyone's taste but a great effort
Dear old TS2 ! All sorts of Triumph .......
..... and loads of TRs A Lysander (hanging from the ceiling), Anson and an Avro Vulcan
de Havilland DH-106 Comet 4, the world's first passenger jet, made the first scheduled transatlantic flight in 1958 The Comet 4 was in commercial service from October 1958 to November 1980, and with the RAF until 1997
The last airworthy B-17 Flying Fortress B17 in the UK. For over 30 years the "Sally B" has been maintained and flown as a memorial to the 79,000 Allied airmen who lost their lives in Europe during the Second World War. The famous 1943 Spitfire Mk IXc MH434 that Ray Hanna flew so memorably and so often the Goodwood revival Meeting
The Vickers Super VC10 G-ASGC ordered by BOAC and flew for the first time on 1st January 1965. Since 1980 she can be at Duxford, in the care of the Duxford Aviation Society (DAS) The cockpit of G-ASGC
The two seat Spitfire Trainer LF.IXc ML 407 owned and flown by Carolyn Grace ..... home time. A good time was had by all and the rain stayed away although the strong wind kept the temperature down

Thanks to Heather for the great pictures

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