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Old 9th April 2007, 22:51
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FW 190 A Replica Donaueschingen

Hello, i was flying last friday in the vicinity of Donaueschingen (Southern Germany). With a little luck i saw the FW 190 replica of Mr. Bronner, who built and fly this magnificent bird (made of wood !). He used plans for his construction, that came from a man called Jurca - the plans are meanwhile twenty years - old if i got that right ! In my opinion the only flyable Jurca FW 190 around. Ok, the wheels are too small - no ' Lüfterrad' and some other compromises had to be made ..... but look yourself - i was pleased with what i saw ! The engine is of a DC 3, this plane made my day, i hope you will like the pictures !
Ok, maybe this here is not the really correct place for posting this photos, but the pictures should spread some atmosphere of the old times ...

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Old 9th April 2007, 23:09
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Re: FW 190 A Replica Donaueschingen

...thanks for posting them Thomas I for one wasn't aware of this replica. Can I please reproduced the images over on the LEMB?

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Old 9th April 2007, 23:36
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Re: FW 190 A Replica Donaueschingen

Thanks indeed, very nice of your to have uploaded these photos!

Which reminds me that I have a Photo gallery just one click away to be activated...
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Old 10th April 2007, 00:26
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Re: FW 190 A Replica Donaueschingen

Hello Peter and Ruy, thank's for your positive feedback and of course you may use these photos also at the LEMB. Good to see, that there are more enthusiasts who like event's like this new born baby ...... I hope there will be some more replicas like this in the future !
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Re: FW 190 A Replica Donaueschingen

Look amazing!!! How long time were spent to build this nice replica?
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Hello Pilot,

as far as i know it took 12 years to built the plane .....
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