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Die Französische ,Griffon motorisierte, Spitfire MK19 beim Schauflug über der Hahnweide !
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@TheSteamdriver Im afraid to say yes it did! It had the same Griffon as fitted to the Mk XIV.
the mk 19 didn’t that have the griffin engine
@Tony240Z Thank you Tony, that makes much more sense than my poor effort at translation. Best regards Harry
@HarryAardvark This Spit is owned by a Frenchman, but the markings are typical RAF far east.
i didnt realise that something bred for war could look so beautiful and produce a sound like music to my ears.
A Long nosed RR Griffon engines Mk 19 in French markings according to the titles. Sound Ok and is fast, but the lesser powered Merlin is pure music. Achtung Spitfeuer indeed. Many thanks
I’m half expecting the music from the film “Battle of Britain” to play in the background!
@critchley3819 ‘I’m guessing that you’re from the other side of the pond.
@blacktiger955i Well maybe, I do like the look of the Mustang also the Corsair.that in fighter planes, the best looking plane ever was the super connie.
Isn’t that still the best looking aircraft ever made…ever?
This Video Gives Me Wood.
@emperor270885 Ha Ha The Stuka Was A carthorse In comparrison to the Spit which was A raceHorse.
Give me a FW 190 D any day
@emperor270885 sonny – your shittin me …right?
The sound of Victory!
The Griffen, although the upgraded engine just doesn’t sound as sweet as a Merlin!
Whoever’s flying that Spitfire is flying it hard, just like it was designed to do.
this engine sounds different, it’s also got that whistle that sounds like a German supercharged engine??
No it did not the Mustang NEVER used Griffin engines. It started with Allisons and then went to Merlins. NO Mustang was fitted with Griffins other than post war Reno Racers.
@Bazajt but the world thanked god that they did though…..just sayin
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