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Jeff

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  1. Oh that could very well be , but it seems there is a conversation out there, that operational machines did not have the crow bar installed at all, I'm sure I have read that on other sites, and it always kind of opened up a curiosity of the subject for me.... I would agree, that red may not have been the operational color, I would think possibly silver if it was installed for war time ops..... happy to be proven wrong... or right..;-)
  2. Squadron Leader Raymond "Cheval" Lallemant DFC and Bar On Spitfire XVI "Winston Churchill" 'DG-E' 'TB900' RAF 349 Squadron European continent 1945
  3. Just one more, from the same mark of Spitfire.... not trying to be an 'expert', just opening a possible discussion on a very curious topic...seems there is no hard and fast rule when it comes to the 'crow bar'................thoughts? Yes, this is post war, but....
  4. The 'Crow Bar' thing seems to be a curious topic................ not always 'modern crow bar'
  5. Great to see the progress on this one Carl..... love it...
  6. HOLY.................. me too 7 years last month ! Where does the time go?? And, I don't miss it one iota ( 'iota' .... word of the week ! )
  7. Thanks Gaz, that may be a consideration as well, although I would like to keep the temp at a fairly constant 60 f.... 'ish' if possible..... thanks for the input.... everything helps
  8. My buddy said that was the way to go, a closed circuit so to speak.... may have to seriously look into that
  9. It can get chilly, like -20 c and the dehumidifier is a good idea....and yes quite damp at times.... although where I am , it's not like at the coast.....
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