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WW2 RAF Display

Article about: Hello everyone, thought I would show some items from my WW2 RAF collection.

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    Quote by Rossi View Post
    Now that is nummy num equipment there!!!
    What does that mean Rossi?

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    Quote by douglas2496 View Post
    What does that mean Rossi?
    It means he approves!...
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



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    That means I love militaria equipment stuff and eat it up! I must say the photos are amazing also! Top Shelf Shots Doug. I would have said I licked by screen about 5 times but that would have been weird so "nummy num" was as clean as I could keep it. Next time I will just give you two thumbs up.

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    Thank you for translating!

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    Thanks for the kind words.

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    Does that radio work? they are cracking sets for SWL if you rig a good antenna up. I used to have an AR88D. Some old bloke said I could have it for nothing if I carried it down two flights of stairs on my own. I was half-dead when I got to the car!

    Lovely collection of RAF artefacts you have there.
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    Quote by HARRY THE MOLE View Post
    Does that radio work? they are cracking sets for SWL if you rig a good antenna up. I used to have an AR88D. Some old bloke said I could have it for nothing if I carried it down two flights of stairs on my own. I was half-dead when I got to the car!

    Lovely collection of RAF artefacts you have there.
    Thanks for your comment. Its got no plug on it and I havnt tried to get the radio working but the inside appears complete and in very good condition so its something I may look into, but Im not technically minded and it might be beyond me. I rather like AR88D's but like you say they are bulky things.

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    You have some nice items there Mate . Well Done.

    Greg

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