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Jul 9, 2011, 9:21:56 AM
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Curtiss P-47G Thunderbolt by NamelessFaithlessGod Curtiss P-47G Thunderbolt by NamelessFaithlessGod
Flying Legends 2011.
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:iconspeedymartin:
Love this, you know why ....
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:iconnamelessfaithlessgod:
I do, yes :) Hopefully I will get some flying shots of her soon. :)
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:iconspeedymartin:
Too bad it' s an earlier type, my father flew the bubble cockpit one.
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:iconsoter-1:
I know this isn't really a comment on this fantastic picture of an amazing plane, but I really like how the prop has framed the red stallion on the Mustang's tail.

This really is a great picture, though, and I can't wait to see her in the air.
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Kitsch1984 May 2, 2012  Professional General Artist
Pure power... Great!
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:iconfogllama:
I know the P-47 doesn't have the sex appeal of the Spitfire or Mustang; it lacks the sleek lines of the Corsair, the unusual style of the P-38; heck, it doesn't even have the romantic nostalgia of the P-40. But, sweet baby Cthulhu, I love the P-47.
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:iconnamelessfaithlessgod:
I think it does have the graceful lines of all those aircraft, but perhaps it is a little more tubby than the others. Still a beautiful aircraft in my opinion though and I very much look forward to catching her in the air. She made her first post restoration flight a week ago saturday.
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rOEN911 Apr 29, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
awesome i like p-47
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:iconnamelessfaithlessgod:
Thank you very much! She has since made her first post restoration flight so hopefully I will catch her in the air soon.
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Gary--T Apr 6, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
oh this is as you stated, another rare one to be a razorback G model when the D's were the teardrop canopy. compared to how graceful the Spitfire and Mustangs were, this really was a flying Jug. It must have seemed a beast to the pilots who had to give up smaller, more nimble machines at first, but any pilot you talk to that few the p-47, loved it.
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