“Malo periculosam, libertatem quam quietam servitutem.”
No problem if the cannons work.
'zackly what I was thinking.Coupla passes to strafe, and you've got all the parking room you need. ;)
A Canadair CL-13 Sabre Mk.6, last model of the Canadian license-built copy of the North American F-86, with some Canadian modifications including a more powerful engine. Since the US Department of Defense by law will not transfer military aircraft to private citizens, the F-86s you see at air shows are Canadian-built copies, often brought in from overseas since Canada exported of a lot of these. Jackie Cochran set speed record for female pilot using a RCAF Canadair CL-13 Because the US Air Force would not let her borrow one of their F-86s.The German Air Force used Canadian-built Sabres (Mk.4 and Mk.6) between mid 50s to the mid 60s until they replaced it with the F104 Starfighter. Even the USAF used some Canadian-built F-86s (Mk.2 version with US engine, and pretty much identical to US -built F-86) during the Korean War. Various sources say the Mk.6 with a US redesigned wing and Canadian engine was the best F-86 variant ever built.This one is rotting away as a static display at Airport Uetersen-Heist GmbH in Germany. How sad. Maybe a rich collector will make them an offer and fix it up some day.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHhf223jGIE&t=418sJet powered pontoon boat. Gas powered Tesla.
Not even a bitch pad. No gal is going to want to ride on that for long. Not even Joyce the Whore, in the above comment.-Snakepit
I don't see a clutch handle either.