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Rogen

Super Cub, PBR Cub and Avatar evolution

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Hey Folks,

Jusrt a few pics showing Flight Replica's Super Cub and the A2A PBR Cub, as well as the evolution of Avatar design.

Cheers

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Great shots of both cubs!


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Yes, lovely shots of these planes, Rogen..!

Liked that close-up shot of the plane's nose...with engine parts sticking out....(and those bow-ties / security-ties on the hood)...! Great aircraft from FR/A2A..!!

(And, of course,, your aviator and aviatrix, seem, ready to respond to your call...🙂...)

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