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John moffitt
A beautiful aircraft beautifully photographed
Neil Ward
Spitfire SM845 is an early production Mk XVIII Spitfire built at Chattis Hill in 1945. She was delivered to 39 MU (Maintenance Unit) on May 30th before being shipped to Karachi, India where she served with the RAF South East Asia Air Command during 1946. Spitfire SM845 was then transferred to the Indian Air Force in late 1947 and served until the late 1950’s
Chris C Kinsley
Beautiful - just love those late marks with the massive tail units
Martin Allan
Just the sound of that big Rolls Royce engine makes my legs turn to jelly. Strange Spitfires & Hurricanes have similar engine, but it's possible to tell the difference just by the sound. Maybe the number of exhaust stubs is significant. Anybody got any thoughts?
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