It never crossed my mind that a member of this forum would actually own one. How cool!!I haven’t had the chance to get both together for a photo op, but here’s a couple pics of the Mustangs in my life. The one I fly, and the other I own. Both are pretty sweet rides. I’m planning on getting both together for a pic in a few weeks or whenever spring decides to arrive!
It is probably along the lines of liability reasons. At this show they did have them on different areas of the runway, but I just asked the owner of the plane if I could take a photo and moved my car over by the planes.I went to a classic car and WWII airplane show at Paine Field up here near Seattle a couple years ago. It was a lot of fun but unlike your picture, the classic cars weren't allowed on the runway at the same time the planes were. Too bad, I'd have loved to take a couple pictures up close next to these awesome planes.
For any Central Texans wanting a photo there is a P51 known as Pecos Bill based at the Burnet, TX airport. It is in a private hangar across Hwy 281 from Seton Hospital, not at the main terminal and hangars. Here is a video of the airplane and owner, Cowden Ward.
Go Republic of Texas Air Force! I believe that is a Aichi D3A Type 99 "Val" bomber in the rear (or is it a zero; nose wheel is confusing).How about posting some photos of your cars posing with planes?
I had the chance to get a nice shot with a P51 over the weekend.
Actually, that plane in the back of the photo was described as being a Japanese trainer. Since it is not a tail dragger, I'm not sure what it actual is.Go Republic of Texas Air Force! I believe that is a Aichi D3A Type 99 "Val" bomber in the rear (or is it a zero; nose wheel is confusing).